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DavidTrx

71 M Baltimore, MD

My Details

Last Online
Today – 8:27pm
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
Height
5′ 9″ (1.75m)
Body Type
A little extra
Diet
Smokes
No
Drinks
Rarely
Drugs
Never
Religion
Sign
Education
Dropped out of Ph.D program
Job
Income
Relationship Status
Single
Relationship Type
Offspring
Pets
Likes dogs and likes cats
Speaks
English

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My self-summary
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Enlightened, joyous, playful, sensual, thoughtful, and uninhibited!

Emotionally available and evolved, bright, playful, witty, warm, sensual, deeply thoughtful and considerate. My mind and heart are open. Substance and character
What I’m doing with my life
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Being a very thoughtful, playful, enabler. These past two years I've become enamored with Argentine Tango. Very intimate, powerful, magical shared space. A very refreshing perspective on life. Lots of intimacy. I've been deeply involved in bringing sophisticated mathematical techniques to bear on investment decisions, indeed making sense of aggregate human behavior... and being a decent, warm human being in all my encounters. I'm also broadening my focus to write magical applications for the iPad
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Peering into the fog surrounding life and seeing a bit further, a bit clearer. Articulate in expressing my passion about life and the human condition. A good friend and steadying influence. Having fun together. Affirmation of life
The first things people usually notice about me
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In person, I'm very warm, open, playful, and thoughtful. Conversation flows effortlessly. I'm friendly and easy to be with. I see life in affirmative tones with a sense of adventurousness. It's a very special experience, I promise! Can only be experienced in person but email and phone will hint at the possibilities
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Dancing Argentine Tango. My reading list is long and varied, reflecting a great, insatiable curiosity about life and selected major issues of our times. When I lived in NYC, I was an active participant in the NY Film Festival, almost from its inception. I'm drawn to thoughtful movies... or spy movies, or movies with great characters and those which shed light on human foibles.

I regress to my childlike state on the Indiana Jones series, and 007 movies as well. Love Waterworld, Love in a Time of Cholera and almost anything with Javier Bardem, whose acting skills and spirit I admire greatly. Loved Harold and Maude, just about everything by the Coen brothers, The DaVinci Code, Forbidden Planet, 2001, Fail Safe, Once Upon A Time in America, Seven Samurai (and the English ripoff with Yul Brynner), In The Realm of the Senses (which had to go all the way to the US Supreme Court to obtain release of the film from US Customs for subsequent showing at the Museum of Modern Art), The Count of Monte Cristo, films with Helen Mirren, Like Water for Chocolate, Once Upon a Time in Mexico, Frida, Lawrence of Arabia, Inglourious Basterds, Avatar, Phantom of Liberty and other films by Luis Bunuel ("Thank God, I'm an atheist," "Sex without religion is like cooking an egg without salt. Sin gives more chances to desire", "Age is something that doesn't matter, unless you are a cheese"), Alfred Hitchcock, Ian Fleming, Tom Clancy. Never saw any Harry Potter films, Jurassic Park, or films about giant sharks!
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In recent months, saw The Book of Eli. Loved it! The Green Mile was also one of my favorites. Finally saw 'The Piano' on cable. Very stirring. Marvelous acting. Stirring direction. Ah, yes, Bell, Book & Candle, films and books by Dan Brown

Love Ravel, Bolero still stirs me despite its seeming simplicity. Drawn toward Satie, Copland, Montoya, find solace in the beautiful simplicity and complexity of Philip Glass, Pachelbel Canon in D major

Loved 'The Wire,' a gritty series about police, corruption, drugs and reality in Baltimore and watched little else when it was running on cable over several years. Some of the characters are locals and their own stories are no less fascinating. Last year I saw 'Coco Chanel & Igor Stravinsky' on cable. Extraordinary film. Highly recommended. Loved 'Young Victoria,' with a marvelous Emily Blunt as Queen Victoria. 'The King of Hearts' still brings a smile to my face with its amusing insights into the human condition. Saw 'Kolya' at a friend's house. The US doesn't make beautiful and gentle films like this. A few months ago, Isaw the last part of 'Venus' with Peter O'Toole. Absolutely charming and refreshing. And of course Werner Herzog is always very engaging and thought-provoking. Apocolypto was a powerful, disturbing film... and, oh yes, 'Death Becomes Her,' what a hoot! Saw 'The Order' with Heath Ledger. Powerful and scary! And now I've seen and found engrossing 'The Ides Of March' starring and directed by George Clooney.

Saw 'Zero Dark Thirty' a week after it opened nationwide. Engrossing, engaging, powerful in many dimensions even while some portrayals and representations may deviate from reports. Haunting and troubling

A while back I started reading 'Lessons in Disaster: McGeorge Bundy and the Path to War in Vietnam' after learning it was considered 'must reading' in the Obama White House. Reinforces a recurring observation: brains are not enough!
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Argentine Tango now that I've been studying it for over two years. But far more importantly, human warmth and emotional closeness. Physical and emotional intimacy. Introspection and self-awareness, a clear mind. Humor, and naps, are important. Then there's always my souped-up MacBook Pro, extraordinary iPad, and perchance, intimacy with You!
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Quantitative solutions to real world questions. The computer is an enormously powerful enabler. But even more powerful, is the human mind itself. Awesome! This great adventure called 'life'
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
On the first Friday night of the month, when the weather is mild I'm dancing Argentine Tango out on the Broadway pier in historic Fells Point, Baltimore. On Thursday nights I used to be out on Segway patrol with off-duty Baltimore Police patrolling the neighborhood, on Sunday evenings, dancing Argentine Tango in Freedom Plaza near The White House in DC. Otherwise I am reading, resting, studying technical material. TMI?
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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My desire and appetite for human warmth and passion. And oh, I smile much more than my pictures suggest

A word about age: Every week, dancing Argentine Tango, I find myself in close embrace with women in ages ranging from 17 to their 70s, and occasionally younger, with their parents looking on in beaming admiration and encouragement. They come in all sizes, in their prime or hunched over, our arms, legs, chests, faces, in intimate contact. Some speak no English. Some travel from thousands of miles away. No one pays any attention to age differences. We all cherish the intimate experience and are better for it. If the world shared more intimacy, we'd all be better for it too. This should not be seen as a suggestion for an open license, but perhaps to be taken in a spirit of gentle reflection
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 53–69
  • Located anywhere
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
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You enjoy playful repartee, are sensual, seek intimacy, and have a passion for truth, openness, and the vibrancy of life. Report any signs of intelligent life on the Internet

Gee, I hope you don't try to read all of my Q&A. I certainly started small, but kept on filling in missing questions!!! A reflection of my penchant to be open

My view of life is as an extraordinary adventure in a most extraordinary universe. If you relate to this perspective, want to enrich your inner life and widen your horizons as well as contributing to enriching mine, let's explore the possibilities of a real romantic partnership