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When after all those years frowning into a mirror, mining blackheads from your too-big-nose or trying to force down your sticky-out-ears, a sudden sense of peace washes over you.It’s not the absolute end of physical self-consciousness, of course.All you have is hair, eyes, noses and mouths – raw physical attributes, a solitary sensory input, less even than animals when they’re deciding whether to hump.The speed at which you make these determinations is oddly frightening. Thanks to a deer camera, police now have an image of a possible suspect. But outside the home, a relative recently set up a night-vision deer cam, which last week took the lone shot of an interloper. It’s possible.”Anyone who recognizes the face is act to contact the Bartonville Police Department at (309) 697-2323 or Greater Peoria Area Crime Stoppers at (309) 673-9000.“Now the challenge is whether we can identify the person,” Fengel says. He can be reached at [email protected], facebook.com/philluciano and (309) 686-3155.

If that sounds awful, then remember: these are the terms of the game. What three weeks or so on Tinder has taught me is that my own face isn’t very attractive at all, or why else would every last one of the beautiful women I’ve eagerly swiped ‘yes’ to have looked into my own jumble of flesh and sinew and swiped ‘no’? And so the cheerful, ‘ah-well-it’s-not-too-bad’ attitude I’ve had towards my own visage since wriggling free of my teenage years has now been unexpectantly shaken.I’m talking about Tinder, the latest – and arguably purest – form of online ‘dating’ yet devised. The only time you’re actually able to converse is when two people say yes to each other and are ‘matched’.For the uninitiated, Tinder is an app on which you browse an endless stream of photographs (up to five, taken from people’s Facebook accounts), swiping each one either left for ‘no thanks’ or right for ‘yes please’. In a basic sense, Tinder is no more shallow than the scan men – and women too, I expect – perform whenever they enter a new room or board a train.At the same time, your face is being peddled out to others on your behalf, who are also putting you in the ‘Phwoar! It’s the instinctive, ‘is there anyone here I find attractive’ sweep we do, like Terminator robots pretending they can have sex.In quite another sense, Tinder is the most shallow invention mankind has ever devised, because nothing – no display of talent, act of kindness, or even just a great laugh – is discernible in the person you’re assessing.

If that sounds awful, then remember: these are the terms of the game. What three weeks or so on Tinder has taught me is that my own face isn’t very attractive at all, or why else would every last one of the beautiful women I’ve eagerly swiped ‘yes’ to have looked into my own jumble of flesh and sinew and swiped ‘no’? And so the cheerful, ‘ah-well-it’s-not-too-bad’ attitude I’ve had towards my own visage since wriggling free of my teenage years has now been unexpectantly shaken.

I’m talking about Tinder, the latest – and arguably purest – form of online ‘dating’ yet devised. The only time you’re actually able to converse is when two people say yes to each other and are ‘matched’.

For the uninitiated, Tinder is an app on which you browse an endless stream of photographs (up to five, taken from people’s Facebook accounts), swiping each one either left for ‘no thanks’ or right for ‘yes please’. In a basic sense, Tinder is no more shallow than the scan men – and women too, I expect – perform whenever they enter a new room or board a train.

At the same time, your face is being peddled out to others on your behalf, who are also putting you in the ‘Phwoar! It’s the instinctive, ‘is there anyone here I find attractive’ sweep we do, like Terminator robots pretending they can have sex.

In quite another sense, Tinder is the most shallow invention mankind has ever devised, because nothing – no display of talent, act of kindness, or even just a great laugh – is discernible in the person you’re assessing.

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