Telefocus
37 San Francisco, CA
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My self-summary
Introduce me to your parents, and they'll come away saying, "What a lovely young man!" But catch me at the right moment, and you might come away asking, "Is he for real?"

I'm the guy who works harder and plays harder than everyone else. And I get equal thrill out of both. The former has gotten me a great job in a great city, and the latter has won me some amazing friends. My career has carried me to all different parts of the country, and it's made me at home in almost any situation -- as comfortable in a suit as I am in jeans.

A quick glimpse inside my head: I believe that great people talk about ideas, while petty people talk about other people. I believe intuition is a sense, just like smell or taste. And I believe you control much of your own fate: It's better to be lucky than good... but to be lucky, you've gotta be good.

I am electric, frank, and intuitive
What I’m doing with my life
Living the dream. I've clawed my way up the ladder of the television news profession, and the view from up here sure is great. As I contemplate climbing higher, I somehow find time to make a little music, go running, enjoy the outdoors and play some poker. Anyone for skiing?
I’m really good at
Most things that don't involve math. If finding your ideal match is all based on numbers, then it's no wonder I'm single!
The first things people usually notice about me
My sense of humor -- and my brutal honesty. Sometimes I see it as a public service to tell a complete stranger he has a booger hanging out of his left nostril. On the other hand, if you're drop-dead gorgeous and charming as all get-out, I'm not just flattering you when I tell you so.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
We're still revising the screenplay. Anyone want to give us money to shoot it? We'll be serving sushi on set. And Thai iced tea. Dinner to follow will be Italian.
The six things I could never do without
A camcorder, high speed internet, Moleskine notebooks, goose down pillows, running shoes, toilet paper.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
My boss. Then I could figure out what it takes to get a raise in this damn business!
On a typical Friday night I am
Dreading being unexpectedly called in to work on Saturday morning ... but still out having a good time!
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm on my last pair of clean boxers...
You should message me if
You're an excellent conversationalist who fits well into both the most formal and the most informal of social situations, has an open mind about everything, and doesn't get easily offended. A sense of humor is also a big help.
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