Dating scene in san antonio
But, I’ve also had conversations there about phenomenological philosophy, tropical ecology, and libertarian politics. I wouldn’t describe San Antonio’s dating scene as a “desert.” But, it takes some shifting and some flexibility.(I never had much luck finding vegetarian academics who love punk rock, but they’re a rare breed anywhere.) Given my interests in indie music and the arts, it hasn’t been hard to meet people.
I might be an optimist, but I also think I’m right.
San Antonio is by far the friendliest city in which I’ve lived.
It feels much more like a community than Austin, where I spend a lot of time.
(I’m biased, of course, but I hope the state continues to invest in the growth of UTSA.
A broad community of undergrad and graduate students will do more to change the aspirations of San Antonio’s youth than anything else.) The fact that Callie’s piece drew such a strong response shows that there is a lot of truth in it.In fact, probably my least favorite thing about this city is the incessant whining of many of its residents. But for many of us, those are the same things we like to laugh about. I don’t think that San Antonio will ever be a “where it’s at” city.