Here's my list. If you are not on it, it's because you haven't hit me up in an email. I order the list according to the ones I am most likely to meet for geographical reasons.
Laura: San Francisco women have a well-deserved reputation of being smart, sophisticated, beautiful, socially-conscious, maverick. Laura is way on top of that game. Luckily (for me, at least) I may soon get to meet her.
Mei-Ling rages in Oak Town (Oakland, CA) where she does her art (I have a THANG for artists) and sometimes snorts at my off-color jokes. Lives close enough that we could get together for a bowl of jiaozi, if only we could find a place that makes them with coconut flour :)
BakingBread formerly known as BaconBitch lives close enough in Sonoma County, so we could definitely meet up there and enjoy the fine wine and some of the most breathtaking California coastline.
SherpaMelissa was the first person I took a liking to on here. She is also on my list because she is Incredibly Hot in all of the photos she's posted here on PaleoHacks. Chicago isn't that far.
AKD We have the same politics and we like the same books. Born and raised in the South, I find New England more exotic than Mozambique. If it weren't for The Scarlet Letter, I would suspect you all of using some alternative form of reproductive strategy. I have been to Boston once though, so I'd like to come out there and check you out.
The Quilt Most of my family lives in Nashville, so I get down there from time to time. If ever your office manager tells you there's a crazy guy in the waiting room with a saliva cortisol test in hand and asking for "Dr Q", just know that would be me.
Tartare has that understated Mittel Europa charm going on. She also knows something about reindeer urine and that means a lot to me ;) Pretty hard to get to where she's at, but you never know.
Gone2Croat I like the sound of her circle of friends. Sound a little bit like a southern version of Warhol's factory. Would love to get drunk and fight with those folks.
Sage_: I have many wonderful associations with Toronto, even though I've never been there.
Uggla: Chilllllllllllllllllld, you can call yourself that name if you want, but I know that you are really Freja. That raven mane tosses in the wind as you hunt down game in some primeval Scandinavian forest. You are one of those pagans in Tarkovsky's Andrei Rublev You make sacrifices to gods whose names contain no vowels and use Lutherans as fodder for the pyre.
Patrik: He's the Grand Lama of the board. With one click of the delete button, he can send us all packing for Yahoo Answers. I don't know where he is, but his name doesn't have a "c" in it. Whenever I see the letter "k", I immediately think of Germany. You've got to admit that plosive phonemes are intimidating.