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Also don't discuss body parts on the first encounter.
She had one person she dated who gave her the details of his colonoscopy between the entrée and the dessert.
She is a gifted mentor and sits on the board of several charitable organizations in Los Angeles. Julie Spira is an author, entrepreneur, radio show host, and super-successful cyber-dater.
She is a gifted mentor and sits on the board of several charitable organizations in Los Angeles. In her accounting she lets us share in her dates with The Architect, the Neurologist, and the Plastic Surgeon.