Twitter dating service
Another girl worked at a major bank and was willing to write whatever check it took for me to get divorced. Plus a friend of mine had gone out with one or both of them and I didn’t like that and he couldn’t even remember. Why the GM Volt would need to have a twitter strategy was not my business to ask. I met one girl who hadn’t worked in 20 years but lived in a beautiful apartment on the Upper East Side her father paid for. I liked the lesbian but dated the one that might not have been but she couldn’t handle kids. One of the investors was the woman who had started the very first online dating service, back in 1995. Also other people were interested in getting advice on how to manage their own twitter strategies so we named the company “140 Labs” so it would be more than just dating. Some ad agency even wanted my help with setting up the twitter strategy for GM’s Volt launch. I said, “I’m working on a dating site for twitter.” I thought everyone would start cheering and clapping. I couldn’t waste time going to Detroit and I felt like a fake speaking at a twitter conference about love. I could be a dating service and maybe sell it to another dating service while I raise the money and build other twitter ideas since I now had twitter skills. On the day the next 0,000 was supposed to be wired in I woke up shaking. But it had been hard work and I needed a rest after that. It was in some summer program at a college (that was my definition of “summer vacation” during college.
First the mystery, then the sweet taste, then the identities revealed. I met one girl who had just divorced a 0 millionaire 20 years older. We got some investors excited and got enough interest to raise up to 0,000 or more. And Jeff Pulver wanted me to speak at a conference about love and twitter. That’s like panties with shit on it having something to do with nudity. A few months earlier I had to be escorted to a motel by police. I’d spend two hours a night instant-messaging, preparing messages, looking at pictures. Also, every day we’d use an algorithm to determine your ideal picks and we’d send you the twitter IDs of your “perfect matches”. Meanwhile, GM wanted me to go to Detroit to talk about Twitter. I felt like I was in the ad agency business again and I gave that up 10 years earlier. What would love having anything to do with twitter anyway. Despite “Cocoon” being ‘so sweet”, Sophia Lee didn’t fall in love with me.
Its been two or three years since then and only one twitter-related business has been sold. The world was post-apocalytpic and we were now living in the radioactive fallout.