After hearing the plight of a recently divorced female farmer trying to navigate the singles' scene, Jerry Miller was inspired to create the dating website Farmers Only because "city folks just couldn't relate to [farmers]." Plus, Miller said, the average farmer lives miles and miles away from his neighbors, hurting his chances of finding a compatible partner through traditional methods.
Farmers often have a less materialistic view of the world than their urban counterparts, Miller explained, adding that there is "definitely a divide" between people "in the corporate rat race" and those in rural areas. To illustrate his point, Miller told the story of a woman who owned horses and was in a serious relationship with a city dweller before joining the site.
I wonder if James Carville and Mary Matalin met while checking out the other party?
There's Democratic People Meet for liberals and Republican People Meet for conservatives.
The former “Bachelor,” who was briefly engaged to Whitney Bischoff, alleges in his lawsuit that the website used his “persona” without his authorization in ad, and now he’s ready to plough the dating service in court.
There’s one hitch for Soules, who remains unhitched.