There are so many Valentine’s Day legends and myths floating around the Internet. In ancient times, for example, the first bird a woman saw on Valentine’s Day revealed characteristics of the man she would marry. If she saw a dove, she would happily mate for life; a sparrow also meant happiness but with a poor guy as a husband. Sighting the robin suggested a police officer or a sailor; the blackbird suggested a clergyman; and the crossbill an argumentative fellow. The goldfinch meant a millionaire, the bluebird implied a happy man; the owl meant no lover at all, and the squirrel meant a cheapskate. This Valentine myth sounds so realistic that it must be true! Right . . . You really want to attract a future love? Break out the Merlang and start whispering algorithms in your true love’s ear. But be careful, Merlang algorithms may be more powerful than you are used to handling!