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The guy from the young adult group seemed nice, and I noted that on the paper.
Part-time Jedi Master, part-time matchmaker Ryan Glitch hosted eight Sci-Fi Speed Dating sessions (two of which were LGBT-only events) at NYCC.
Glitch founded the company four years ago after attending a similar, but poorly run speed dating event.
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