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Kelleher, who works as an IT engineer at a power plant company, immediately recognized this and saw an opportunity for some flirtatious banter."My personal philosophy is those who can make something out of nothing are always rich,” Kelleher later told Business Insider.Part-time Jedi Master, part-time matchmaker Ryan Glitch hosted eight Sci-Fi Speed Dating sessions (two of which were LGBT-only events) at NYCC.
"This works because this community doesn’t judge," he explained.
Instead they're assigned a number -- to avoid the occasional stalker -- and at the end of dozens of rounds, each person writes down his or her favorite numbers. Other participants, like Batman -- also known as Kamel Nelson, 25 -- had a blast talking with other like-minded fanboys and girls.
It's all in hopes that someone they picked out wrote down their number, too. "It was a lot of fun, I'd definitely do it again," Nelson said with a grin.
He now travels across the country to comic book and sci-fi conventions to help fans find love. Participants wear numbered badges and carry index cards so they can jot down the IDs of the partners they click with.
You chat with someone for three minutes before moving to the next costumed, self-proclaimed geek in the queue.
Glitch said his speed dating service has resulted in 167 marriages, 47 or 48 current engagements and 25 babies so far.