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Fortunately, I have a relatively good memory and can tell you that Ryan started Sci-Fi Speed Dating after a terrible con speed dating experience.

Over the last seven years Sci-Fi Speed Dating has produced an impressive number of marriages, engagements, babies, and relationships.

He’s a favorite at Comedy Central, working on the roasts, writing and acting for “Another Period,” and hosting his own show “Problematic.” He’s a podcasting all-star.

Nor am I one of those stressed out kinds of single people, who appear to view finding “the one” in a similar way to defusing a bomb. So when we went to Comic-Con (full report on that HERE) and Stephanie said, “You are going to do this Sci-Fi Speed Dating thing,” I was like, “Okay.” I have never done speed dating or Internet dating or blind dating before, so I thought it would be cool to give my dating life a weird edge for once.And while I wasn’t really EXPECTING to have success, I also wasn’t closed to the possibility. Moshe has wowed audiences with both his writing and his skill as a performer.The molten hot asteroid of several women's eye was a man dressed up as Bane, one of Batman's arch enemies.Ladies who spoke to Huff Post Weird News said the man was a real charmer during the 2-hour quick-date fest, despite his character being a real nemesis. But it turned out that Bane was a real life Two-Face.So I’m not one of those sassy kinds of single people.

You know, the ones who are always going, “SINGLE AND LOVING EVERY MINUTE OF IT,” or like, drinking fun cocktails and stuff like that.Many Comic Con attendees dress like their favorite comic book, video game, anime, sci-fi, movies, and TV characters to celebrate their fandom — a ritual called cosplay.(Click here for further explanation.) pin over her heart, and black collar suggested that she belonged to the Starfleet Corps of Engineers, of the "Star Trek" universe.Go to local conventions, signings, readings, movies, museum shows, science lectures and more!This past weekend I attended Dallas Comic Con Fan Days at the Irving Convention Center.However, as a blogger who frequently takes to her blog to gripe about dating and being single, I immediately thought that an interview with Sci-Fi Speed Dating’s owner Ryan Glitch would be a great addition to the blog.