My quote is based on my experiences here. The right woman is probably around here somewhere, I've honestly believed that for many, many years, it's just a question of finding her. After trying just about everything and looked just about everywhere in this town, it seems like it will be about as probable as finding extraterrestrial life somewhere in the universe -- it's possible, but it will probably take forever. After a while, I have to realize that my time would be better spent searching in a town with a greater number of people who come closer to what I'm looking for.Originally Posted by carvedog
My point is, a person looking for an avid snowboarder would be better off looking in Jay, Vermont than Miami, Florida.
Actually, I'm ending with that, not starting with it. But I do agree with you, starting out believing you will fail will usually lead to failure.Originally Posted by carvedog
I'm in Montreal, Quebec. I only mentioned Alberta because I was still thinking of that South Park episode I saw last night where the kids trying to save the baby cows. It reminded me of the K.D. Lang/Alberta thing that happened years ago. I never claimed to be good at analogies. Don't worry, you're not prying at all.Originally Posted by carvedog
I agree with principle, but not the scope. I think there is a minimum scope size, below which the principle would be false. In short, I don't think it applies to any town. At least, that's the way I see it. Fortunately, I love travelling.Originally Posted by carvedog