Stanford "Ford" Filbrick Pines   born June 15, about 15 minutes before Stan Pines  , also known as The Author , or simply Grunkle Ford , is a paranormal investigator who came to Gravity Falls, Oregon , to study the huge concentration of supernatural activity in and around the town. After spending years cataloging his research in a series of journals , he disappeared into an alternate dimension. His writings were left as the only evidence of his existence. Ford's identity and whereabouts were a central mystery and element of foreshadowing of the Gravity Falls series until the middle of the show's second season when he was revealed to be Stan Pines' long-lost twin brother, who vanished after a fight with his brother caused him to stumble through the universe portal.
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Stanford Blatch is Carrie Bradshaw 's best friend outside of the 3 women. Stanford Blatch is a classy gay man, not by stature, as he is physically rather measly, a major dating disadvantage, but definitely in terms of good taste. Stanford is professionally a success and greatly enjoys working with attractive young men, occasionally the same targets as the girls, but has a better instinct to tell which share his preference. He is very social, and gets along well with the quartet, especially Carrie, even mutually sharing confidences and asking advice neither would be at ease with among their own genders, as he often understands women better than they can themselves.
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After more than twenty years, economist Paul Oyer found himself back on the dating scene — but what a difference a few years made. Dating was now dominated by sites like Match. But Oyer had a secret weapon: economics. It turns out that dating sites are no different than the markets Oyer had spent a lifetime studying.