If You Can't Find Your Neo-Classical-Liberal Dream Girl At the Bar, the AFF Is Here To Help
Would you like to go an online dating seminar/rountable hosted by a young Conservatarian foundation? Sure, we all would! Because who could possibly know more about negotiating the dangerous terrain of young love than the think tank-bound late-20's supply-siders (or "supplied-siders" in the argot of today's Note -- IS THAT A JOKE, GUYS?) at the AFF. Not that one. No, not that one either. And surprisingly, not even that one. This one, it turns out.
AFF Roundtable Discussion: Have You Ever Dated a Crackberry?
WASHINGTON, DC - America's Future Foundation will hold a current affairs roundtable discussion titled "Dating in the Age of Constant Communication: Why 'I Missed Your Call' Doesn't Cut It Anymore," featuring promising young conservative and libertarian pundits. The event will be held Wednesday, February 8th at The Fund for American Studies at 1706 New Hampshire Avenue. Doors open at 6:30pm and the hour-long discussion begins at 7pm. The event is free for AFF members, $5 for non-members. Refreshments will be served.
Moderated by Ken Wolfe, former speechwriter to then-House Republican Conference Chairman J.C. Watts (R-OK), this month's roundtable will be featuring confirmed panelists Charlotte Hays of the Independent Women's Forum, Julian Sanchez of Reason magazine, AFF Doublethink Sex Columnist Mollie Ziegler, and Martin Reape, a jaded survivor of the Match.com experience. Topics covered include:
* What impact has technology had on the dating scene, with the influx of text messaging, email, and instant messenger?
* Does being so tuned-in lead to better communication or more trouble?
* Is human interaction being replaced?
* Will constant technological interaction have implications on a broader scale, for society?
Other topics under discussion:
* Is there such thing as a female Libertarian?
* No, seriously. Is there?
* Where are they?
* Ayn Rand doesn't count.