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Manufacturing was the mainstay of the local economy until the 1970s. Barnum built four houses in Bridgeport, and housed his circus in town during winter.

The first Subway restaurant opened in the North End section of the city in 1965.

My partner will treat me like a lady, be honest and considerate with me.

I also am interested in someone who likes to have fun in and out of the bedroom - someone who would like to go to dinner, the theatre, walks in the neighborhood or a park, invigorating conversations, etc..work hours are a bit hectic and my days off vary but as they say variety is the spice of life.

Creativity is always looked upon with a smile as the same old thing gets boring when done day in and day out. The most complaint we get from married women in Connecticut, CT was lack of sex in the marriage.

One main preference is that you are a NON-SMOKER - sorry but I just don't care for the habit. If you make plans with me - keep them or don't bother. Many married women would say that their husband was too involved in working.

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Don't be shy, I won't bite unless you ask My Ideal Person: I want someone looking to have a good time with me, maybe go out for dinner/drinks,take a walk somewhere and see where things go. I Love to have Fun...don't you MUST MUST MUST MUST HAVE A RECENT FACE PIC.

The town incorporated to subsidize the Housatonic Railroad and rapidly industrialized following the rail line's connection to the New York and New Haven railroad.

The namesake of the town was the need for bridges over the Pequonnock River that provided a navigable port at the mouth of the river. Barnum was a resident of the city and served as the town's mayor in the late 19th century.

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