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"I came to Portland without a job, without knowing anybody, without having a place to live," says Strom, who moved to the city in January 2008.She's not sure if Portland men are too laid-back, Portland women too independent, or a combination of both. " Some people contend the city's eclectic coolness makes dating a real challenge, regardless of gender."Men are just really nonchalant and kind of loosey-goosey about plans, almost like they're not interested," Fuller says. '" And I'll say, 'Oh, you know, I suffer from PPMS: Portland Passive Male Syndrome.'" She laughs and tells the story of a date that didn't happen. "Portland is a great place for a man without a job, an apartment or life to find a hardworking woman who will give him 'three hots and a cot,' an allowance and a place for his band to practice," says Jennifer Lane, founder of Bar Fly Magazine."We met for a beer there three years ago exactly on Valentine's Day," says Strom, who admits she generally treats Feb. "I figured it was going to take me months to sort of make some decent friends.Along came Dave, and he made Portland much friendlier than I was expecting," she laughs.