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33 Chicago, IL Man


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  • Ages 29–35
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5′ 11″ (1.80m)
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Mostly anything
Graduated from masters program
Banking / Finance
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids
Likes dogs

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My self-summary
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Born in Chicago, grew up in Rogers Park and the suburbs. Went to college downstate, worked for a nonprofit for a few years, then moved to Dallas for a promotion and to get my MBA. Now I'm back in Chicago and happy to be closer to my family.

More generally in that "be honest but positive about my traits" stuff? I'm funny, smart, athletic (if clumsy), mature and relaxed. If you believe the idea that people are a lot like their dogs, then I really like laying on couches, leaving hair everywhere and stealing my own food.
What I’m doing with my life
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Career stuff
- Project management for a bank, moonlighting as a PM for a friend's software company
- Helping a friend write a business plan for a non-profit
- Trying to learn R, Python and a few other programming languages on a remedial level

Personal life
- Working out a lot. A friend introduced me to kettlebell training, and I was shocked at how bad I was at it. Personal challenge.
-Reading. I feel I have to make some use of this iPad I got
- Getting back into wrestling (MMA style, but professional if I can find a good costume obviously). Looking to get my purple belt in BJJ by end of next year
- Adopting a new dog. I'm glad I didn't bring Minnie up for this winter, she couldn't stand the light snow dustings in Dallas, so she never would have forgiven me for this.
-Giving. It's a lot like volunteering for an organization, except different. I end up at about one charity event every other month, uncomfortably bothering the staff and trying to not look too immature eating hors d'oeuvres

Stuff on the back-back-back burner
-Continue traveling/writing. I was in Saigon about a year back as my first serious international trip, and I feel guilty I haven't taken more in my life.
-Learn to dance. I feel like every adult should be able to do this. I can't.
-Surf? Does everyone say something like this? I guess...
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I wrote a travel blog article for a friend that got 400,000 visitors. I mostly just used curse words so I guess that's what sold it to people? I guess I'm a good writer/blogger/funny guy.

(If you want to check it out.......
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Reading a translation of Jorge Borges' short fictions as a sort of literary challenge - to see if I can actually figure out all the meaning of Pierre Menard, Author of the Quixote. To balance that out, my light train-ride reading is the Karla trilogy by John LaCarre. Generally I like short story collections because I tend to get pulled away from longer reads. Lost in the City, How We are Hungry, etc.

Other readings:
- Gawker: good to stay up on what Taylor Swift is doing
- Ken Jenning's twitter: stealing all his jokes
- mobile Wikipedia pages so I can be certain of things like whether the Quakers and Shakers are different groups

Movie taste is all over the map, but generally low brow. Usually if I'm watching a movie it's because I'm out with people or it's in the background while I'm doing something else. Michael Bay, Will Farrell comedies... all that. I liked Hugo and The Kings Speech and other Oscar-bait stuff as well, but I'll admit to not being a Criterion Collection guy. UPDATE: I thought Guardians of the Galaxy was fun.

The Wire, Deadwood, Community, Fargo, New Girl, Arrow, Unsupervised, Discovery Channel shows on giant snakes. I'm on a big Hulu/Amazon Prime kick right now.

Music? Kanye pretty much all the time blasting in my ears.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
- good scotch
- a book on statistics
- videos of dogs
- Amazon instant
- Derrick Rose jersey
- ......
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Does anyone really do anything on Friday nights anymore? We're in our 30s, we're lucky we still have all of our teeth.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
When it comes to drinks in cans, there's some chance I'm going to just spill everything on myself like a 5 year old.
You should message me if
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I'm pretty disappointed if you don't have pics of you wearing a plastic old-timey mustache, sitting on the skydeck, and standing around after a tough mudder.