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Should I begin by setting the scene with a dramatic description of one of my more memorable encounters from the event?

I have to describe the logistics of the event at some point -- should I open the article with those?

Kelleher, who works as an IT engineer at a power plant company, immediately recognized this and saw an opportunity for some flirtatious banter.

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It was, obviously, told to men who signed up for the event at the Sci-Fi Speed Dating (I really feel like I should be using an acronym for that at this point, but I'm starting to enjoy typing those words because they make me think of warp speed and Starfleet uniforms with corsages and boutonnieres) table in the exhibit hall, but I went straight to the event (I didn't know I was supposed to sign up beforehand) and so was kept out of the loop. Now, I don't resent their charging men and not women.

Anyway, the information that is apparently lacking almost everywhere is this: IF YOU ARE A MAN, SCI-FI SPEED DATING WILL COST YOU MONEY. This is definitely the type of event that would be more appealing to men than women, and the organizers need some way to keep the numbers relatively equal -- so I suppose that making men pay would eliminate some men who would rather spend $20 on something other than talking to strangers in short intervals.

So I’m not one of those sassy kinds of single people.

You know, the ones who are always going, “SINGLE AND LOVING EVERY MINUTE OF IT,” or like, drinking fun cocktails and stuff like that.

) and the info on the Sci-Fi Speed Dating website, I recognized the absence of some information that I admittedly felt completely blindsided by when I showed up for the event.

It wasn't on any of the posters advertising the event; it wasn't in the Awesome Con program; it apparently remained hidden even to the female daters who showed up for the event.

Or would discussing the history of the event and organization (apparently it's featured on TLC's "Geek Love") make for a more appropriate introduction to the world of Sci-Fi Speed Dating as I experienced it at Awesome Con 2015?

But then, as I perused the articles written by previous participants (all women, interestingly enough; are dudes too embarrassed to admit that they've done this, or is Google just not coming through for me?

I've waffled on how to begin this article on Sci-Fi Speed Dating.

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