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And after a year of being single without much mingle, I thought it would be funny to try a bunch of new-to-me (i.e., non-Tinder) online-dating sites.

The first thing that made me anxious about online dating was that I had to delete all my favorite apps to make room for the new ones, which promised to find me love (or at least a one-night stand).

I signed up for a smorgasbord of different apps/sites that took over my life as well as my i Phone memory: JSwipe, Grouper, The League, Farmers Only.com, Sizzl, Bumble, Glimpse, Score, Tatsebuds and Bristlr. Waiting outside the bar alone for 15 minutes because his BART ride is late. My friend Craig told me about JSwipe months ago, and I was intrigued by the smiling Star of David and “Mazel Tov! I’d never dated a Jew, much to my Bubbe’s chagrin, and I figured I’d give it a shot. A cute New Jersey native didn’t like my Bruce Springsteen reference. But he was nice and didn’t murder me — my top two qualifications for meeting someone from the Internet in real life.

Finding dates became a part-time job; I considered hiring someone from Task Rabbit to manage all of it. Online dating is all of the waiting, plus the isolation of scrolling alone in bed for a match. But I made some friends and got some stories out of it. But then a guy wished me a “Shana Tovah” and sent me a article about bagels. He and I met for a beer, which ended up being a beer. And now my Bubby can die happy knowing I gave Jewish dating a chance.

I like to think of it as the only show on public radio other than "Car Talk" that both Daniel Schorr [NPR news analyst] and Kurt Cobain [lead singer/guitarist of Nirvana] could listen to.

I think it's appropriate that the show [which aired on Friday evenings] is on a station that most people don't listen to at a time when most people won't hear it.

There he is known for being the reporter and the host of several shows named Morning Edition, All Things Considered, and Talk of the Nation.

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