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39 New York, NY Man


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  • Ages 20–45
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5′ 8″ (1.73m)
Body Type
Mostly anything
Atheism, and somewhat serious about it
Sagittarius, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from masters program
Banking / Finance
More than $1,000,000
Doesn’t have kids
Likes dogs and dislikes cats
English (Fluently), German (Poorly), C++ (Fluently)

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My self-summary
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I am a bastard out of Carolina if you will, the son of a southern snake handling Pentecostal minister and a teenage mother who disappeared years ago. No longer willing to stand the nightly drunken beatings, one night I just ran away on a bus destined for some place better. Cast into the hell we call New York at 14, I was a virgin at the time, homeless, broke, and sleeping in a subway bathroom....

The 1980's was a crazy time in New York, let me tell you. I made money the only way I could - by turning tricks for straight men in the Village – mostly ethnic guys who might appreciate my fine Caucasian features; and sometimes selling small amounts of crack cocaine for a Puerto Rican street gang called Encontrar Muerte Rápida or for those of you not in the know, that means "Find Death Fast." I made a few fast friends, mostly artists and other outcasts. Together with drag queens like Mr. Gogo, we partied at clubs like Studio 54 all night....

Entering the 1990's, slowly but surely I saved the money from my tricks... the train tracks riddling my muscular forearms from rampant heroin injections faded and I was able to don a business suit. With hard work, I was admitted to Harvard Business school, a prestigious place where they teach you how to type complex formulas into Microsoft Excel. After a short stint as an analyst in corporate actions, I began designing trading systems. I found a few secrets about Gaussian distributions that I must admit were the key to opening a billion dollar behemoth hedge fund, with performance the envy of CNBC analysts.
What I’m doing with my life
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A lot of nothing. I am mostly retired. Nowadays, mundane nights are spent hobnobbing with Upper East Side upper crust socialites such as Tinsley Mortimer and other pretty young Manolo Blahnik-wearing white girls, owners of the most pompous money-losing high end fashion boutiques. My friends include the worst kind of beluga whale caviar snorting graduates of private schools; over-privileged finance douchebags; if you will, waspy mcWASPsters wearing RayBan sunglasses and walking pugs through Central Park. For weekend nights myself and my friends might attend a black tie, purple-carpeted charity event with dapper, half-caring snoots in the name of saving some endangered Artic Snow Owl on the outskirts of some tough-as-nails Siberian logging town I highly guarantee none of us will split a cord of wood in. On Sunday afternoons I sometimes pay a visit to a spiritual life coach, where I occasionally spot a B list movie star coming from a hoity toity 5th Avenue building staffed with a doorman wearing white gloves and a gray top coat; on the streets of the most pompous borough of Manhattan. Welcome to my life in New York.