“We take care of that.” Players sign up either by themselves or with a friend (i.e.
wingman or wingwoman) and Shimon constructs the teams randomly, dividing 470 men and women evenly.
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Travel will be dangerous, even for several hours after the snow has ended.
“People keep the friends they make in the league,” he said. But while I was prepared for the lack of public transportation and the slight southern drawl of southern Indiana, I was not quite ready for the drastically different dating environment.It's not that dating in a small town is worse, or better, than in a big city - it is just different.“If you’re a single guy or girl and you don’t have a lot of friends in Chicago yet, it’s just a good way to make friends,” he said. “No, I have not met the man of my dreams,” she joked.“But it’s to the point now where I hang out more with softball people than my old group of friends, who are all having babies or in relationships.” Ryan said part of the league’s appeal is that she gets to meet a lot of people who are in the same situation — as in, people who aren’t ready for the babies yet — and that this commonality makes for fast and easy friendships.The idea, according to founder and league coordinator Ben Shimon, 27, was to force people to meet each other.“For a lot of leagues, it can be tough to get enough people to form a team,” Shimon said. I've discovered the Red Eye and really like it for my weekday news (hell, it takes me most of the week to get through the Sunday paper).Anyway, I couldn't find a Red Eye anywhere in my neighborhood this morning - and I even went a block out of my way to check. There's a heated alderman run-off in my ward and, ironically, the Red Eye contained an article in the Red Eye that was favorable to the challenger....so, before I jump to a conspiracy theory I wanted to know if they usually "sell out" on a Thursday morning? Teams are matched approximately by age and neighborhood as often as possible.Following games, all teams congregate at the same bar rather than branching away to separate drinking establishments. “I was new to the city when I joined in the summer of ’09, and some of my best friends in the city are from that summer,” said player Jimmy Kimball, a 30-year-old accountant.