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A Foreign Affair offers lonely hearts an electronic emporium of brides online

They were just average Joes from Phoenix, Ariz., none of them married, trying to figure out a way to make a nice dollar in 1995. They already had good jobs, but they wanted something all their own, and being sharp lads, they knew this much: 1) good love is hard to find; and 2) the Internet has shrunk the planet, opening up a world of romantic options.

And so it was that John Adams, Ken Agee and Ron Redburn rented a little house on 24th Street and began an international dating service called A Foreign Affair, a.k.a. They...

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