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This speed dating event brings together Jewish professionals from around the city who are single and ready to mingle.
Avoid the pressure of a blind date, and the irritation of meeting singles at the bar or club, and join an environment that encourages conversation and laughs.
In those analog days, you had to call a 1-900 number to “hear the voice behind the ad,” after entering the four-number code at the end of their listing.
You could also send a handwritten letter of response (and photo) to a P. box; the recipient would decide what to do with you after reading your note and gazing upon your studly/sultry visage. ) I scoured a bunch of “Strictly Personals” ads from issues of New York published in 19 (more than 20 years ago, unbelievably; a digital lifetime ago), collecting those that gave the best sense of how we did things back then, and some that I just found hilarious.
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