GeekHarmony (or Geeks Need Love, Too)

An idea dawned on me the other day while my wife and I were having a blissful weekend moment.

I think I want to help other geeks like myself find love.  I know that there are plenty of eligible geeks out there in cyberspace.  Heck, isn’t that about 80% of what the internet is completely comprised of at this point?   Considering I’ve had my fair share of relationships, some of which began on the internet, before I met my lovely bride, I know how hard it out there being a geek.  But through the grace of Zod and the powers of self-depricating humor I found true love.  And she just so happened to be as geeky as me. OK, maybe a little less geeky, but the point is that she accepts me for my geekiness.  Revels in it, actually, and I want to share that feeling with other people out there like myself. 

Shot Through The Heart...And You're To Blame...You Give Love...A GEEK NAME!

So, it’s about time I played Cupid and tried to set up the   Now here’s the deal.  I want you to ask yourself these simple questions (aloud is fine if you’re feeling particularly odd): 

  • Are you are a single (emphasis on this part…SINGLE!) person between the ages of 18 and 60?
  • Do you classify yourself as a geek?
  • Are you from the greater Southeastern Pennsylvania, South Jersey, Central Jersey or Delaware area(s)?
  • Are you lonely and having trouble finding a compatible mate?
  • Are you feeling particularly brave?

Well, if you answered yes to all of these questions above and want to do something about it, then the Suburban Geek wants to hear from YOU!  (Wait, did I just refer to myself in the Third person?)

After conducting some preliminary interviews I will be selecting who I think are the “Most Eligible Geeks In The Area.”  I will then post a blog featuring the Geek of the Week with information on how to contact the featured party.  The intention is to help make a love connection for a pair of geeks (or a geek and a geek-friendly mate).

This is open to geeks of all shapes, sizes, races, genders, sexual preferences and pop culture obsessions.  If you are interested AND you agree to the terms and conditions listed below, please email me at SUBURBANGEEKBLOG@GMAIL.COM

And now for the fine print:

Limitation of Liability.
  1. Incidental Damages and Aggregate Liability. IN NO EVENT WILL THE SUBURBAN GEEK (Marc Lombardi) BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR INDIRECT DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO THE CONTACT INFORMATION PROVIDED WHEN TAKING PART IN THIS DATE-FINDING ESCAPADE  INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, DAMAGES FOR LOSS.
  2. No Liability for non-SuburbanGeek Actions. TO THE MAXIMUM EXTENT PERMITTED BY APPLICABLE LAW, IN NO EVENT WILL THE SUBURBAN GEEK (Marc Lombardi), HIS PUBLISHERS OR INTERNET/BLOG PROVIDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES WHATSOEVER, WHETHER DIRECT, INDIRECT, GENERAL, SPECIAL, COMPENSATORY, CONSEQUENTIAL, AND/OR INCIDENTAL, ARISING OUT OF OR RELATING TO THE CONDUCT OF YOU OR ANYONE ELSE IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OF THIS BLOG FEATURE, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITATION, BODILY INJURY, EMOTIONAL DISTRESS, AND/OR ANY OTHER DAMAGES RESULTING FROM COMMUNICATIONS OR MEETINGS WITH ANY CONTACTS PROVIDED.  THIS INCLUDES ANY CLAIMS, LOSSES OR DAMAGES ARISING FROM THE CONDUCT OF RESPONDERS WHO CONTACT YOU UNDER FALSE PRETENSES OR WHO ATTEMPT TO DEFRAUD OR HARM YOU.
  3. Information Verification. THE SUBURBAN GEEK (Marc Lombardi) and its contractors may use various ways of verifying information that Geeks of Interest have provided. However, none of those ways are perfect, and you agree that THE SUBURBAN GEEK and its contractors will have no liability to you arising from any incorrectly verified information.
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One thought on “GeekHarmony (or Geeks Need Love, Too)

  1. Great idea and great blog post!

    Marc, I hope you help some lonely Geeks find happiness and soul mates who will love them for their Geeky intelligence and wit. All the best.

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