Bad news is that it's very poorly rated and there isn't a whole lot entertaining or redeeming about it, though it does rank higher than Ralphie May’s The crowd seems to enjoy her and maybe she's your cup of coffee, but this show went down like decaf.She covers Liam Neeson, Starbucks, and European travel, but like decaf, it's a poor substitute for the real thing and will leave you ready for bed.The scores are not available to the public, but Tinder recently granted me access to my own—and I’ve regretted learning it ever since.Referred to inside the company as an “Elo score,” a term the chess world uses to rank player skill levels, Tinder’s rating system helps it parse its user base in order to facilitate better matches.“I used to play a long time ago, and whenever you play somebody with a really high score, you end up gaining more points than if you played someone with a lower score,” he says.“It’s a way of essentially matching people and ranking them more quickly and accurately based on who they are being matched up against.”Still, as nuanced as Tinder’s algorithm may be, it ultimately comes down to what Tinder data analyst Chris Dumler calls a “vast voting system.” Every time you swipe right on one person and left on another, you’re fundamentally saying, “This person is more desirable than this other person,” says Dumler.And multiple posters warned that you should run for the hills if someone tells you: 'Girls are too much drama so I only have guy friends'.One poster helpfully shared a long list of princess warning signs, including idolising the Kardashians, taking too many selfies and not letting you see them without make up.
How many people who you swipe right on, swipe right too? Do you include education and career information in your profile? Jonathan Badeen, Tinder’s VP of product, compares it to the video game .
New Yorkers in general are savvy to everything trendy way before it’s trendy, have a unique style, they talk smart and know what’s going on around them, they’re street smart, and always know how to have a good time. But in a city with this many people, most importantly, you discover that there’s a lid to every pot.
So, you sing Barry Manilow in the shower and celebrate your cat’s birthday complete with Burger King crowns? The bar for what’s weird is set 10 times higher than it is anywhere else.
Foxworthy is still solid as he delivers a dosage of redneck humor and decries America's culture of lawsuits, but Larry, who goes second, must have forgotten to take his Prilosec.
It's pretty much what you'd expect from the pair, which is great if that's what you want; otherwise, not much you haven't seen before.