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Still, not everyone came into the event sold on the idea of finding a potential mate after talking for only a matter of minutes.Bruce, who asked that his last name not be published, said he was newly single and a bit apprehensive about attending."Don't ask me what I'm doing here because I don't know," he said.There's "not so much pressure" when there is only five to seven minutes of conversation allowed, Orland Township spokesman Joe Snaidauf said.Maureen Reid, of Orland Park, put the event into perspective."I've done (speed dating) before," she said.Demonstrating the divide is different from addressing the reason behind it.Perhaps sociologists and evolutionary biologists will find an answer.Fisman and Sheena Iyengar, and Stanford University's Itamar Simonson wondered how race might be involved in dating choices.The rate of interracial marriage in the United States is only about 5%–10%. The team set up a speed-dating event at a restaurant in New York near Columbia University, where students were recruited for the study.
Emir Kamenica, professor of economics at Chicago Booth, Columbia University's Raymond J.
The Orland Township hosted a senior speed dating event Thursday at the 94 West Grill and Tavern, 15410 94th Ave.
While men sat at individual tables, women rotated from table to table in five to seven minute intervals, introducing themselves and chatting a little before moving on.
Participates gave a donation to the food pantry to get in on the action.
Men sat at different tables, and women rotated from table to table in timed increments, staying only long enough to introduce themselves and talk a bit before moving on to the next potential love connection.