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For those in awe of the Microsoft founder, Gates' scruffy hair and rumpled suits make him much more credible as an information-technology tycoon and a symbol of his love for all things IT even though he could easily hire a slew of stylists to look as sharp as any Wall Street executive.
There are many performances by street entertainers as well as events such as a photo contest where participants can win luxurious prizes.
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Moreover, Junko Sakai, a commentator who writes frequently about romantic relationships, said in an interview with Japanese magazine Aera this week that women in their 30s who are still single will be attracted to geeks if they themselves are more willing to be "more like a patron, who wants to nurture a man to her liking," so long as the geek is willing to be like a white canvas and is prepared to adapt to her wants and needs.
Others, however, worry that public attraction to geeks will be short-lived, like any trend, especially if the computer-obsessed men don't buy into the notion of falling in love in the first place.
As a result, the story evolves as Train Man posts the latest development about the woman he meets, and when he finally asks her out to dinner he quickly turns to his cyberspace friends for advice on where to eat.