When her friends caught her texting her cheating ex-boyfriend while they were out celebrating, they decided to take matters into their own hands by finding and introducing her to a random guy in the bar — a normal-seeming dude named Justin.
Justin bought Pylant a drink and the pair made plans for a follow-up date on Monday at the Truxton Inn in Washington, D. But Justin wasn’t just any guy, and their date wasn’t just any date. dude’s attempt at a 6-date night ― as told by the women — "While the rest of us were enthralled by the 'Bachelorette' finale on Monday night, six women in Washington became unwitting participants in an epic dating game of their own.
According to yesterday’s report, older people are ‘more connected, economically and socially, than they were before.’Both living and working for longer were also likely factors in more people opting to go their separate ways.
It was once viewed as an inaccessible minefield by many of the older generation.
Justin Schweiger set up at a bar in Washington with six – count ‘em: six! (@Lisette Pylant)Alexandra Woody, the fifth woman in Schweiger's six-date series.
-- Tom Ashbrook Lisette Pylant, social media manager and barista at China Town Coffee in northeast Washington.
(CNN) -- Trump administration national security, military and diplomatic officials are holding an unexpected July 4 meeting to discuss what options might be needed if it is determined by the US that North Korea conducted an intercontinental ballistic missile test, several administration officials tell CNN.
US military technical experts are now reviewing all data and intelligence gathered by US satellites, aircraft and other systems to determine if North Korea's claim that it fired an intercontinental missile is true.