> > Oh please marry me before some other geek picks you up! ;-) > ><languish sigh, wink> Alas, alack--I'm committed to my boyfriend of >three years, who is a physics geek and is not at all fazed by my >interests (even when he doesn't share them, he thinks it's neat that I >enjoy 'em). Damn. There's always a catch somewhere, is't it? ;-) > Truthfully, though--if I exist, there must be other such >females in the world. This past weekend I was at a conference for >undergraduate women in math--there were ~100 of us, and I was so *happy* >to know I wasn't alone! One of the girls I met (who is also a senior in >college this year) was American, but she's into analysis (pure math only, >though) and languages--she arguably speaks better Korean than I do, and >also knows Chinese, and likes languages in general. We were kept too >busy for a lot of small talk, but I wouldn't have been that surprised if >I'd learned she conlanged, too! Keep looking. :-) > >YHL I'll keep hoping an looking! Andreas _________________________________________________________________________ Get Your Private, Free E-mail from MSN Hotmail at http://www.hotmail.com.