Julie Weiss, who has been on Jdate for just under a month, recently made history when it was reported that she showed up for her date with fellow Jdater Adam Millman on time, and as originally scheduled. Initial reports were unconfirmed, but more than two witnesses at the Coffee Bean where the date took place reported seeing Weiss come into the establishment to meet Millman at exactly two o’clock.
A man who did not want to be identified because he is also currently single stated, “I mean, I just couldn’t believe it. There were about ten of us single guys waiting there and this girl comes walking in exactly on the hour. It was just weird. I asked the guy she met up with after she left whether this was the original date and time they had discussed meeting on, and he said yes. I didn’t believe him at first thinking there was no way she didn’t change the appointment at least twice, but he pulled out his Iphone and showed me the appointment in his calendar. There was no way he could have changed it that fast since he didn’t see me coming. I was like, Dude, that’s insane!”
While it is standard practice for Los Angeles Jewish women to constantly change appointments at the drop of a hat, grossly inconveniencing the men they are suppose to meet, Ms. Weiss admits that she generally just likes to keep her word when it comes to making appointments and be punctual. Her attitude however, has not gone over so well with fellow colleagues. Jennifer Schatz, another Jdater had this to say. “I mean, seriously, she has to understand that our time is more valuable than theirs, and when it comes to scheduling, that’s just not how we do it here in LA. I think she’s only been living here for like two months or something so I’m hoping she’ll get with the program soon.” For now however, Julie, while she feels didn’t make a connection with Adam, is ready to keep dating, and ready to show up on time again. Her next date is scheduled for Thursday of next week, and press has been invited to cover and actaully witness the event.