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34 M New York, NY

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5′ 6″ (1.68m)
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Judaism, and very serious about it
Leo, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from law school
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids, but wants them
Likes dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently), Hebrew (Fluently)

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My self-summary
I am an emotional thinker, a romantic at heart. I am very loyal to family and friends. I can compartmentalize. I am a planner in life I always like to have a Plan A and Plan B. I am curious, and laughing is great. I see the humor and absurdity in life. I am spiritual, yet questioning. I also noticed over the years that I act as an emotional mirror. If you are a happy person, I reflect that (and may magnify it) the same is true if you are a depressed or negative person. So if you are a negative person, please stay away!

To sum it up I like my music melodramatic, my TV dramatic and my life undramatic. As such, when it comes to personal life and relationships I have no patience for games. I respect the people I associate with (or date) enough to be straight up and tell them how I feel (not brutally honest-- I have a heart) but I do not play games with people. If I like you I will tell you. If not I will tell you that as well (nicely). I expect the same in return. honesty and politeness.

Oh, and books are sexy. Ok, not the books themselves, but reading rocks.
What I’m doing with my life
What am I doing? Honestly, whatever makes me happy. I am not defined by my job (lawyer), relations (son, brother, uncle), or my hobbies (writing, reading, trying to understand everything). So what am I doing with my life? Trying to make it the most amazing and meaningful experience.
I’m really good at
If only I were the model modern general. Let's see, cooking, I do well. I think. I read. Good listener.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Favorite books: I like all types, fiction and non-fiction, but my favorite is James Clavell's Asian Saga series. Especially Noble House. Trying to read Catch-22, but it is clever but something is missing. Margaret Atwood of course is great. Then again, so is Frank Herbert and George Martin. Who is not great? The person that wrote the screenplay to National Lampoon's High School Reunion; that person should hide in shame.

Movies: I am a guy, I like the action-adventure types. Comedies. No one movie comes to mind.

Shows: If you meant theater, then I have not been to such a show in years. If you mean TV, then its a mix of comedy and drama. Drama: Bones, Elementary, Sherlock (it's just that good that two types are needed), Burn Notice. Comedy: Big Bang Theory, How I met your mother, Psych and Dr. Who.

Music: It's a mix, but 80's music is usually never wrong. Mostly U2. At times other stuff (its a mix), including Wagner's operas. Somehow that type of melodrama is ok (I have a theory about the number of senses involved and drama levels).

Food: Pizza. It's really about the mix of dough, cheese and tomato sauce. So that includes: lasagna, manicotti . . . .
The six things I could never do without
Aside from the obvious (food, shelter, family and friends . . .), these are in no particular order:

1. Books
2. Internet
3. Good conversation
4. love
5. Reserved
6. Reserved
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Everything. But at the moment, two things.

First, when people say they are responsible for their actions, they also implicitly mean the consequences of their actions. To be responsible for one's actions but not the consequences is easy and meaningless.

The second thing: Whether a person makes their bed in the morning is a telling personality trait. If they do it or not, and why. Consider, doing it could be a sign of requiring things to be neat and clean, despite the fact that the bed will get unmade at the end of the day. Aesthetics and order on one side; practicality and efficiency on the other.

Another though that has come up recently. Working out. It's good to get in shape and all. Energy, strength; you know the drill. Supposedly, all this working out released endorphins. Is that supposed to make up for the muscle pain later? So we get short term feel good high, but mid-term pain. Talk about bad biological design.

Those are just the thoughts of the day for me. New thoughts tomorrow, although I will not update this section every day. That would be silly.
On a typical Friday night I am
It's Shabbat. So it's a meal with family or friends.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
That this is my profile on a dating website. Anything more private requires a date.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 23–33
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For long-term dating
You should message me if
If your curiosity was piqued by what you read. or have a sense of humor about life. You laughed a good laugh in the last 48 hours. Also, I only date Jewish women. Another thing, I am super affectionate. If you cannot reciprocate or manage, don't bother. Lastly, you must be amazing or awesome.

As a note, while I live in NYC, I am not committed to it. For the right person, I would move--no questions, ifs ands or buts. You can only have one first priority in your life, and for me it would be the right woman.