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Presenting this week’s hate-read, courtesy of the New York Post: “Why I won’t date hot women anymore.” The story begins by a courageous 40-year-old man with a “muscular build and a head full of hair” explaining why he’s sworn off the model-like ladies he used to court in favor of a brunette who, while beautiful, is a lowly 5 feet, 2 inches and therefore cannot walk the runway.“Beautiful women who get a fair amount of attention get full of themselves,” he told the Post.“Eventually, I was dreading getting dinner with them because they couldn’t carry a conversation.” Both men and women go on to explain why they find model-like hotties to be vapid and vain. There are plenty of reasons not to date all sorts of people and things. The goal-oriented: Partners too oriented toward a goal have terrible peripheral vision.Here’s a non-definitive list: People with good personalities: Bad for your self-esteem. A nice girl: Such women will allow you to let your guard down, making it easier for attackers to exploit your weaknesses.
Take “Women are not capable of understanding ‘Good Fellas’” (by one-man troll factory Kyle Smith), or “Hey, ladies — catcalls are flattering!
In 1975, Adams published a biography of Jolie Gabor, the mother of the Gabor sisters.
Among those whom she interviewed in 1970 was Mohammad-Rezā Pahlavi, the shah of Iran.
Adams also wrote for local papers, including, eventually, the New York Post at the same time as her husband, who wrote a newspaper column for the Long Island Press on Long Island, New York, and later the New York Post.
In 1965, she co-wrote an English-language autobiography of Indonesia's President Sukarno, about whom she wrote another book two years later.
He has been called "the enfant terrible of the New York press". His father was the athletic director for SUNY Geneseo and his mother was a grade-school librarian.