“East Indian” was a phrase I heard all the time growing up.When I was younger I was like, what is East Indian?"I hoped it would add more trust and credibility, which would result in more matches," Jamieson wrote in his initial recap on the blogging site Medium.He said the tactic may have exploited the system, but didn't think it misled women, many of whom recognized that it was a joke, he said.It operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week all year, except in the case of repairs and maintenance.Indian Point supplies electricity to homes, businesses, municipalities, hospitals and other critical regional infrastructures.
In his experiment, Jamieson made his profile look as if Tinder had endorsed him with an authentic-seeming logo and "Match of the Day" written on it.
Some might call his e-dating tactics a form of spam and others might even call them false advertising, but Jamieson says he's simply found a playful way to increase his odds on the app, which at its most basic level is a game.
Tinder users, on their smartphone touchscreens, swipe right on profiles and photos they like and swipe left if they don't. Jamieson, 29, found some interesting dating insights.
My mom, her father was a professor and her grandmother marched with Gandhi and went to jail during the independence movement. But the kids there would call us “Hindu” or “Gandhi” or “Curry.” I mean, there wasn’t even a racial slur for Indian kids, and I don’t know if that’s good or bad.
I don’t speak it that well, I speak poorly, but I can understand. Like I want to talk about adult things but I can only talk about them like a 12 year old. There was this Ashton Kutcher incident awhile back when he was a spokesperson for popchips. Growing up in Queens, me and my brother were very aware of racial dynamics from a super super young age.