Weekend walker / Runner / Soccer player
Avid reader of The New Yorker.What else is there ?
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5) get to know each other
Sucks to say how boring you will ultimately find me once you discover how I like to read the Journal of Database Management. That said, I like to read in general, from Financial Times to Twitter. I grew up in an academic / literary environment. I’d find you attractive if you were in the same boat. Wearing librarian glasses and being a smart ass, too. It’s a large boat metaphor
That said, however, I'm a certified homebody. I like decompressing with pure cable, hipster indie flicks and clever neo-tv-series. I’m a cuddlebug and media junkie. That said, I like going out and enjoying all that Boston has to offer, including the parks.
My hobby is fiction. I grew up writing short fiction and reading/studying some postmodern authors who kicked my metaphorical ass. My fiction writing is a problem cause it materializes in regular stuff, like an exuberant cook thinking its laundry: shirts in the oven, pants on the stove. Writing is a dimension that reality never concedes.
I’m not going to change the world, astonish you, or blow you away with my pure awesomeness. I work as a Dilbert database administrator for a securities firm. I like working. Working is good for the soul; being productive, creative or “taking care of business” is merely a natural extension of my routine. I happen to be good at my job. Thus, the employment thing.
If you still reading, then glad you're still aboard !
5) Get to know you
My goal is to make reading my profile less a chore and more an engagement, like a potential relationship. Yet it takes work and expectation management. Are we long-term relationship material? At least this is my goal, and yours too. Guilty as charged for stumbling into the less than long-term, but only in terms of believing in much more. Chalk it up to being a romantic soul with a charming inability to navigate the courting process; botching your name or your cat's name; or saying 'I love you' when I meant to say was 'Please pass the ketchup'.
If our content summaries feel compatible, then reach out. I’m more inclined to meet face to face in some low-drill setting as opposed to email/phone musical rifts. Going out on a date would save us both time and reveal our potential together. My goal is to make you feel comfortable and be amused and feel like you can be yourself. Side course of my hot body is complimentary, of course *rimshot*.