Sent in by “Joe”:

MySpace, Facebook Add Opportunity for Love, Trouble to Online Dating

…The landscape of online dating has changed. Once limited to dedicated sites like and eHarmony, it has expanded to social networking sites like Facebook and MySpace, putting an exponentially larger number of available dates at your click and call.

But every day isn’t Valentine’s Day. Just ask 25-year-old Texas native Meghan Stamps.

Stamps, 22 at the time, was living in Los Angeles and had signed up for MySpace as a means to try to meet people in a city she knew very little about.

It wasn’t long before she received a message from an Albanian man who had fled his country seven years earlier to avoid fighting in the military. He described himself on his profile as having a “very calm nature,” according to Stamps.

After a so-so first date, the two decided to give it another shot.

“He seemed nice enough, so we went out bar-hopping for the second date,” Stamps said. “As we’re finishing our first drink, he mentions very casually that when he was 13, he killed someone with an ax for looking at his sister wrong. I was creeped out, but I let it go.”

The date didn’t improve from there. At the third bar of the night, fed up with watching his companion being ogled by numerous patrons, Stamps’ date took matters into his own hands. He decided to confront one of the men attempting to make eyes with his date.

“There were some words shared and we went out to the dance floor,” Stamps said. “Not two minutes later, the guy flirting with me comes up behind me, grabs my arm and starts pulling me with him. The next thing I know, my date pushed the guy against the wall and punched him in the face, and I was out the door. I never talked to him again.”

It’d be hard to defend that temper from anyone, let alone from the “very calm” guy Stamps thought she was getting. This misrepresentation may become more frequent as more people jump into online dating via social networking sites….

While his reaction to a strange guy coming up to his date and pulling her away doesn’t strike me as partiuclarly abnormal, the axing thing that she shrugged off would have given me pause about accepting that second date. But her non-reaction says it all in that it is about the same level of reaction that Americans have had to Albanians axing people and kicking them out of Kosovo over the past nine years (and earlier).

Americans think they can party with the great “pro-Americans” of our era, the Albanians, but the chance that your new Albanian friend has in his young or old life killed someone just isn’t that small. Whether as members or supporters of the KLA (which accounts for about 100% of Albanians), or simply as the violent cretins their culture births and nurtures, not only has your new Albanian friend killed or is related to someone who has, but the culprit most likely hasn’t done prison time for it — since, after all, it’s part of the culture.

Have fun with your new pal, America! As I’ve said before, you earned him.

Related: Who can forget the case of the Israeli tourist in England who accepted a date with an Albanian, got raped and then taken out to dinner. That’s Albantainment!