In the early 90s I was a Twin Peaks freak. . . and secretly in love with Special Agent Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan), the quirky FBI agent who comes to town to investigate the murder of Laura Palmer. Granted, most detectives don’t have the benefit of psychic dreams featuring a backwards-talking midget to help solve cases. But there is a lot that investigators can learn from the (sadly) fictional Agent Cooper’s unconventional methods.
Because temper tantrums don’t always stop after childhood. . .my glimpse into the world of middle-aged beauty pageants. [Daily Mail]
I’ve written before about how important it is to verify addresses early in the relationship. But what if your lover’s dirty little secret isn’t another person? What if it’s a huge doll collection, or mountains of garbage? While watching a ‘Hoarders’ marathon (it was a slow day!) I was reminded yet again that it’s not just about seeing where someone lives, but how they live.
Self-described ‘love concierge’ Amy Andersen is revving up Silicon Valley’s dating scene by transforming her mega-successful bachelors from geek to chic. According to Vanity Fair, when the 36-year-old CEO of Linx Dating started ‘Cougar Night’ at the Rosewood Sand Hills Hotel, she took advantage of a gap in the market: Successful but socially awkward single men.[. . .]