There is nothing wrong with not having a photo posted. However, many dating sites say people feel like they are talking to a real person when a photo is present. I think blank profiles look very lonely. Not that it is a requirement to have a photo, but I think even if a person puts picture it would bring a bit of life to any profile.
Okay, I give, whats the big mystery, lots of ex-atheletes have many problems when their careers are over at 35, so fess up and tell us all how well you are doing now. ? And your not gambling or drinking your money and health away trying to fill the void sports left in you.
i am going to guess a really good baseball player. you need to give me more, a picture might help. , and there was just to much. my step-brother was a pitcher. he pitched pretty damn fast. how fast can you pitch?
Hmmmm,no idea.Then again,I LOVE my baseball but I'm not the world's biggest sports fan,and when I lived in CA,I followed my Giants.I hope you're enjoying retirement :-) One of my exe's played pro rugby league here in Australia for 14 yrs & when he retired,it was extremely difficult for him to deal with as he was so used to the lifestyle.Did you have a similar problem or were you over the moon about it?Best wishes! ;-)