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43 / M / Straight / Single
San Francisco, California
- Last Online
- Today – 5:56am
- 5′ 11″ (1.80m).
- Body Type
- Mostly anything
- Other and laughing about it
- Gemini but it doesn’t matter
- Graduated from masters program
- Rather not say
- Doesn’t have kids, but wants them
- Has dogs
- English, Spanish (Fluently)
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sf_csr San Francisco, California less artsy
ceremony13 San Francisco, California more moral
RetroSF San Francisco, California less desiring of sex
Also pestering the SFMTA help line with questions about whether perpendicular parking could ever exist in a parallel San Francisco universe.
Like to fall asleep to non-fiction audiobooks or Long Now seminars to launch the dreams into interesting orbits.
Miyazaki, Tati, Malick, Adam Curtis, Melville. The Long Goodbye is a perfect film.
Into cop shows from the 70's-- a golden age for exotic pets and streetwise sidekicks.
Philip Glass, Burt Bacharach, Small Faces, Stars of the Lid, Thrones, Waylon Jennings, Keith Jarrett, Donnie & Joe Emerson, the Éthiopiques albums, The Frogs. I like ambient in the background when I'm watching pro wrestling or making a souffle.
Uni with quail egg, popcorn on the stove, Plumpy'nut, 5 Alive, Cask Strength Laphroig, ceviche.
Mission District banana belt sunshine.
This exchange in The Jerk:
"No, Navin Johnson."
"Do you want a ride to St. Louis?"
"It began in mystery, and it will end in mystery, but what a savage and beautiful country lies in between."
--Diane Ackerman (I think about this when I'm trying to fold a fitted sheet).
- Girls who like guys
- Ages 28–43
- Near me
- Who are single
- For long-term dating
Read Robert Johnson's We (“Though no one notices at the time, in-loveness obliterates the humanity of the beloved. One does a curious kind of insult to another by falling in love with him, for we are really looking at our own projection of God, not at the other person. If two people are in love, they tread on star dust for a time and live happily ever after—that is so long as this experience of divinity has obliterated time for them. Only when they come down to earth do they have to look at each other realistically and only then does the possibility of mature love exist.)
I want that.
Bonus if you can help me spell words like restaurant and liaison.