I guess this is where I'm supposed to tell you something about
myself, and that would be the conventional thing to do, but now
that you're here with me, alone in this Self-Summary Box, I hope
you'll forgive me if we pass on convention, so that I can serenade
you with a song. Professor, give me a C, a bouncy C:
Como una promesa, eres tú, eres tú.
Como una mañana de verano.
Como una sonrisa, eres tú, eres tú.
Así, así, eres tú.
I don't know about you, Little Lady, but I felt something just now,
something deep down in my plums, something that tells me that you
and I are on a collision course to make history, sort of like the
Titanic and that big old iceberg out there, the one that ripped a
hole the size of a Buick in the side of the Titanic's fuselage, or
whatever you want to call it. My point is it sank the damned boat,
and that's what I can do for you, if you let me. Aw, hell, hold on
now, I feel a second verse coming on:
Toda mi esperanza, eres tú, eres
Como lluvia fresca en mis manos
Como fuerte brisa, eres tú, eres tú
Así, así, eres tú
You know, they say that as a man gets older, the things that were
once considered to be luxuries now become necessities. I never knew
what they meant by that expression, but seeing you here, now, alone
with me by candlelight, the evening breeze blowing softly through
your hair, I totally get the picture. Final verse coming up:
Eres tu como el agua de mi fuente
(Algo asi eres tu)
Eres tu el fuego de mi hogar
Eres tu como el fuego de mi hoguera
Eres tu el trigo de mi pan.
What I’m doing with my life
Taking the road less traveled by....
I’m really good at
Parallel parking. I know, I know....it's a dying art, and one that
cars are now programmed to do on their own, but to see a
Grandmaster of the Art such as myself, actually in the moment,
squeezing an automobile into the narrowest of spaces along the
crooked streets of Boston....well, let's just say: Ladies, get
ready to have your breath taken away!
The first things people usually notice about me
My two opposable thumbs and my ability to fashion tools out of
sticks, flintstones, and other items found in nature.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: "Imperium" by Robert Harris
Movies: "There Will Be Blood"
Shows: "Dual Survival"
The six things I could never do without
Wouldn't you like to know!
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Trends in economics and politics, and how I can help my clients
profit from them--or, at the least, not suffer any losses from
them--in the financial markets.
On a typical Friday night I am
Heading back to Boston after another long week of business
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I once shot a man in Reno just to watch him die....
You should message me if
And when you are ready to enter a world of dark mysteries and
secret pleasures....or if you just want to say "hi".