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Hi. I actually live in Palmdale California inside the LA County, I moved here about a year ago from Israel. Back in Israel I used to date lots of girls who were "geeky" about lots of stuff, mainly tech. But here, I cannot find any place or girls who are interested in those kind of stuff.. I wonder where they all are, it's America, it's where it all started right?

So where should I look for? maybe I don't live in the right place?

asked Sep 19 '10 at 00:28

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Palmdale? forget abt nerdy girl. Go hang out at Santa Monica beach!

answered Sep 19 '10 at 01:02

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LOL well.. I do that every weekend lol, it's time for a little change :P

(Sep 19 '10 at 02:21) yeahmeknows yeahmeknows's gravatar image

You should try New York, there are LOTS over here!

answered Sep 19 '10 at 01:19

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Oh wow that's a little bit too cold and stuffy for me, I'm more of a sunshine, palm trees and convertibles kinda guy haha.

(Sep 19 '10 at 02:22) yeahmeknows yeahmeknows's gravatar image

NY is interesting because we don't have a "Spring" or "Fall" per se. It's either extremely hot, or extremely cold, with only about 2 weeks of comfortable weather!

Still, you get used to it...

(Sep 19 '10 at 03:12) refrwfrwgrfd refrwfrwgrfd's gravatar image

You need to head to Pasadena... home of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, among other things.

answered Sep 19 '10 at 03:12

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