A bit more about me. I'm gregarious and warmhearted. I'm at ease in my own skin and enjoy having fun with great people. I adore dogs and people who get why. Good conversation and red wine put a smile on my face. I'm equally comfortable eating Indian in little India or having dinner in an upscale restaurant. Playing soccer is something I'm into, though I'm a tad clumsy at it.
I've traveled in Africa, Asia and Europe. I love bands like The Clash and The National; I was lucky enough to score tickets to see the National at Massey Hall in early April of 2014. I own a nifty old house close to the Junction - Runnymede and St Clair. I'm a bit of nerd. But nerd is not a dirty word in my family. My interests include: documentary films, science fiction, CBC radio, Nuite Blanche, being active outside, urban things, science, art, geeky games, economics and lots of other stuff. I read a wide variety of non-fiction and have an uncanny habit of falling asleep on top of my books. Needless to say, lending me a book is never a good idea. I've been known to shatnerize songs when doing karaoke. It's a special talent. Actually, I often sing out of key as well.
What am I looking for? Foremost, I'm looking for a great connection and a partner to build with. I'd like to find someone I can share a laugh with and talk to. I'm not interested in casual hook ups.
An important political message:
Many of us have long suspected that Stephen Harper eats babies. I know, I'm openly slandering our Prime Minister on a dating web site. Still, all is fair in love and war. I feel it is my duty to defend our children from this evil menace. Hey, would you let this man baby-sit your kids? I think not!
And we gotta talk to the Rob Ford guy. Really, dude, crack? Cringe-worthy, indeed. As an ambassador of Toronto I just gotta say this man does not represent the rest of us.