A couple of decades ago I was in Manhattan on business. One day I finished my appointments by midafternoon and found myself near a Greenwich Village. I went in to have a quick drink before heading to my hotel. The bar was almost deserted and I watched a game show on TV while nursing my drink. The only man I can remember at the bar was much older with two wheeled vehicles by his stool. One was a walker and the other was an oxygen tank. While watching the game show, a very handsome young man walked up to me and started talking. We chatted and he seemed genuinely interested in what I had to say. He asked where I was staying and I got uncomfortable because while I was really flattered,I was also self-conscious because I didn’t know how to handle a come on. I told him about Ed and that I wasn’t interested. We said goodbye and he moved on. A few minutes later I noticed he had moved on to the older guy with the walker and oxygen. I went from feeling flattered to feeling naïve. The handsome young man was apparently a working man and I was one of only two prospects available.