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Meet the single men of Bay Ridge

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Dave Jones
Age: 21
Occupation: Waiter at a “premium” Manhattan restaurant
Sign: Gemini
Drives: 2005 Dodge Charger
Dating advice: “Take your time and don’t rush things. You could be easily deceived when you first start talking to females.”
Lives with his mom? No
Ernesto Avacato
Age: 26
Occupation: Pursuing master’s in health
Sign: Aquarius
Drives: 2006 Dodge Charger
Dating advice: “Remember that it’s a two-way street. If you’re a 10, I will go up and say something. But if you’re not, I won’t.”
Lives with his mom? Yes
Kyle Campion
Age: 24
Occupation: Financial analyst
Sign: Capricorn
Drives: No car
Dating advice: “You have to go out in the city to find good- looking women with good personality. A lot of guys stay here and live with their families. Go out!”
Lives with his mom? No
Matt Jensen
Age: 26
Occupation: Works freelance in film production
Sign: Libra
Drives: No car
Dating advice: “I don’t go out in Bay Ridge. You’re better off in the dating game to try to make your way north.”
Lives with his mom? No

Behold: The eligible bachelors of Bay Ridge!

Reach reporter Dan MacLeod at dmacleod@cnglocal.com or by calling him at (718) 260-4507. You can also follow his Tweets at twitter.com/dsmacleod.
Updated 5:29 pm, July 9, 2018
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Reasonable discourse

Moses from Park Slope says:
This looks like c*pola! Doesn't anyone over there know how to do a proper Vox Pop? Jesus.
Jan. 27, 2012, 11:07 am
Bay Ride from BR says:
No wonder they are single. Good Grief.
Jan. 31, 2012, 10:46 am

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