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Fri 11 Jan pm – more dates / Country. Bevan Gardiner of John Denver. A scrap looms with NRL clubs as the Denver test promoter says it's 'likely' to return next year. I'm sure the bar/brewpub scene is as worthless in Denver as in Seattle as far . Nonetheless, I am sure Denver's dating scene is better than.
Besides doing our live shows, we spent a lot of time going around the city and talking to people. And we found it it wasn't one of those cases like in New York or San Francisco or Boston, where the women are difficult or unapproachable or think they're too good. Denver women are pretty much as good as you're going to get. But the men in Denver — and I'm generalizing — are as passive as any we've come across considering what they have there and their ability to do better.
They just hang out together in groups. But in Denver, men who are in their thirties and forties are acting that way. They don't have Facebook, they don't have Tinder, and they don't have porn, so they're forced to interact with each other. But Denver has so much natural beauty and so many things going on that I think it's made everybody a little lazy. Maybe it's too nice and comfortable and active. Like, 'Let's go on a hike' instead of going on an actual date — and one woman in Denver told us, 'If we really wanted to go hiking, they should serve wine on top of the mountain.
But Howie scoffs at the entire concept. That's supposedly why there are these bro packs that you just don't see in the rest of the country.
But in Man Jose, they're a bunch of mostly techny nerds who are afraid of women, and the men in Denver aren't afraid of women. I'm also going to look for a Jewish community to attend if I move there and I have heard there are a few synagogues in the area, although Denver doesn't have too large of a Jewish community.
I'm not too religious, semi-observant, and I would probably not date any religious girl, as I rather have a more secular relationship. I also plan on never marrying and even though I love kids, probably won't have any. As an MOT myself I can say that Denver actually has a very large and long established Jewish community for a city of this size.
It's probably at least as big if not even bigger than Seattle's Jewish community. And leaving aside the massive contradictions in your statements, if you do if fact plan on "never marrying" and having kids, you'll find plenty of like minded people here so no problem in that department.
Or to put it another way, Denver is no NYC, but you're certainly not losing anything in a Seattle to Denver move when it comes to that department.
And, of course, I wonder how hard it is to establish friendships with people in Denver area? Would my ethnic or political background turn people away as it does in Seattle? Are people very hardcore into their political and social beliefs or is it more of a live and let live culture?
As stated above, way less hardcore, way more live and let live and apolitical. A breath of fresh air compared to Seattle in that regard.
In Seattle area, many people are super busy all the time and introverted and usually like to be left alone and form a little niche group of friends. Friendships take a very, very long time in Seattle and people are usually superficial and polite, but it is not easy forming connections. There is a certain culture of mistrust and fear I feel among people where I live. The phenomenon has been referred to as Seattle Freeze and it feels real to me for the 5 or 6 years I have lived here.
I'm not sure how the mindset is in Denver.
What's up Auckland!
Similar in some ways, different in some ways than Seattle. I think the "friendliness" factor in Denver is starting to steadily go downhill as Denver keeps rapidly growing, and was never that high to begin with. Best bet is to socialize with other transplants-- if you fit a certain mold which I've alluded to above.
Oh yeah, as a software developer, how hard is it to network with other software developers in this city? In Seattle, I find the introverted rat-race culture to make it a real challenge to network and get involved with other developers. I'm wondering if the software people in Denver area are a bit more easy going and sociable than in the Seattle area? It's not a deal breaker, as I know the IT industry spawns introvertedness, but I have heard Denver has a thriving tech scene and it would be nice to do some networking if I can.
That I can't answer as I do not work in that industry.
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