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My self-summary
Online Dating Motto: [In economic terms] optimally improving the quality of dates in favor of one's utility function in the long-run.


À plus tard et je t'adore.
What I’m doing with my life
I started using online dating just shy of a year ago after a string of long-term relationships that didn't seem to work out. Like most, at first, I was extremely skeptical of the idea of finding dates through a dating service. But, one of my close friends convinced me to sign-up and only after a few weeks in, online dating became one of my greatest assets for broadening my social circle. I went on some pretty wonderful dates, met a lot of great people in the city, and really got the chance to get to know myself better. Online dating sites don’t just give you the traditional experience of dating; they help you learn what really works and what doesn’t, and really quickly. I don’t think I’ll ever get over how magical a scientifically calculated algorithm can be, and for that, I find this to be truly amazing.

I completed my undergrad at NYU studying Economics and Chemistry (Yes. I am a nerd), in hopes of one day finding the missing link between the social and hard sciences. For two years, I worked at a company in NJ as a practitioner using neuroplasticity to help treat patients with ADHD, autism, dementia, Alzheimer's, and TBI/concussions. Now, I'm back in the city (mostly in Brooklyn & Manhattan), spending my final weeks soaking up the summer bliss before grad school begins.

Update: Just started grad school this fall at Case.
I’m really good at
analyzing using logic and reasoning, deduction, and math-related things.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
TV Shows: Dr. Who, Mad Men, White Collar, Lie to Me, Community, New Girl, Arrested Development, Pushing Daisies, Modern Family, 30 Rock, Greek, Grey's Anatomy, How I Met Your Mother, Law & Order SVU, Numb3rs, The X-Files, Doogie Howser, M.D., 90210

Movies: TiMER, Sliding Doors, Cafe, Original Sin, 500 Days of Summer, Inception, W;t, People Will Talk, The Imitation Game (this movie reminded me of another great biography "Tesla - Man Out of Time" that I finished reading recently), The Duchess, Under the Hawthorne Tree, House of Flying Daggers, Law Abiding Citizen, The Shining, 28 Days Later, Zombieland,Hot Fuzz, Shaun of the Dead, Suckerpunch, Kickass, Fantastic Mr. Fox,Moonrise Kingdom, Up, Ratatouille, Cabin in the Woods (thanks to an incredibly persuasive debater usernamephobic

Literature: NYT, WSJ, and any current bestsellers

I absolutely love reading. I'll pretty much read anything that anyone recommends to me. If you have a good book, I'm always up for that.

Food: Italian, Mediterranean, French, Thai, Japanese, Korean, Afghan, homemade Chinese, and an assortment of desserts that I indulge in on occasion.
The six things I could never do without
the 5 basic needs, the ability to feel emotions, meaningful conversations, healthy and unhealthy obsessions, time, and second chances.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
whether or not I give due credit to the potential of math and science and its current capabilities to significantly impact our world.
On a typical Friday night I am
meeting up with fellow OKC members, going out with friends, at a bar, wandering the streets of NYC (now CLE), relaxing at home watching my latest TV series obsession, staying in and studying up, or back in Jersey desperate for some unnerving rest.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'll raise you 4.

I dance on my commute to work.

I fall in love swiftly.

I need a full-time secretary to handle my OKC account... (I respond in bulk.)

And, I eat my candy the way sick Americans pop pills.
You should message me if
you think we would be compatible if we met.

Cheers to you all and hope those in search of love find it.