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Posted: Friday, April 13, 2012 12:00 am

In the blur of people you pass every day, most strangers are forgotten. But what if your soul mate were sitting behind you at the movies or living down the hall?

Maybe you met someone in a coffee shop but it didn't work out. You still see the person there, sitting at a rickety table, reading that same pretentious book which once seemed intellectual, with those phony hipster glasses which once seemed hot, and suddenly your coffee tastes a little bitter. Maybe you only met awkward teenagers, semi-happily married couples and hawkish mothers in synagogue.

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