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I'm not even sure what the etiquette is, is there a polite waiting period? Podesta does not appear to have replied to the email.
At any rate, I was glad to have received your details in the email as you seemed lovely! It is unclear whether Podesta, who is married, actually attended a speed dating event or whether the email was accidentally sent to him.
As I built more confidence and improved my ability to attract women during a conversation, I got to a point where at least 5 out 10 of the women would tick on their forms to be able to meet me again and would then follow up with a few of them to have some casual sex.
Not all of the women are extremely beautiful at speed dating, but there are usually at least a few that are hot, cute or pretty enough to have sex with.
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Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta, who is married, received an email from a woman who claims she met him at a speed dating event.
If you both circle yes, you get each others’ contact information in an email the next day. Last week I went speed dating and I met two Australians who had only been in the country for five days, a soldier who finished his service in Afghanistan three days earlier, and a guy who works for Time Warner and was afraid I would hold that against him (I didn’t. Yet, they somehow all convinced each other that no one there was good enough for them.