Please, read this fantastic article by Maxine Swann in the NYT Magazine on a gullible professor, or perhaps on a professor who wanted us to believe that he is gullible:
‘In November 2011, Paul Frampton, a theoretical particle physicist, met Denise Milani, a Czech bikini model, on the online dating site Mate1.com. She was gorgeous — dark-haired and dark-eyed, with a supposedly natural DDD breast size. In some photos, she looked tauntingly steamy; in others, she offered a warm smile. Soon, Frampton and Milani were chatting online nearly every day. Frampton would return home from campus — he’d been a professor in the physics and astronomy department at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill for 30 years — and his computer would buzz. “Are you there, honey?” They’d chat on Yahoo Messenger for a while, and then he’d go into the other room to take care of something. A half-hour later, there was the familiar buzz. It was always Milani. “What are you doing now?”’
(Read the complete article here.)
I understand the attraction of Czech bikini models, but as the story of Paul Frampton tells us: it starts with a bikini model, it ends in prison.
Before you go to Mate1.com check out the neighbor’s wife. It may be a less dangerous route to love and self-fulfillment.