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- Ages 40–50
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- 5′ 10″ (1.78m)
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- Judaism, but not too serious about it
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- Doesn’t have kids
- English (Fluently)
This past week I purchased (from Black Oak Books on San Pablo in Berkeley - they are the Green Apple of the East Bay in my humble opinion) a book about rats from ships colonizing (and devastating) an island in Alaska, and a more general book about invasive species called, you know, Invasive Species or something.
The read of the moment is some random thing I might've found in a box on the street called Islam: A Primer.
Recently finished "Where the Wild Things Were" about the effects of the loss (this is a cumbersome sentence I've got myself into here...) of apex predators. In short: Kill all the mountain lions and the community of native plants and other animals collapses (sexy, eh?).
I count Jane Austen (well, more precisely, Anne Elliot) as a favorite.
Parentheses are nice.
Not a big movie goer. Going back, Black Is, Black Ain’t is one of my favorite movies. Fly Away Home. Amelie. Thunderheart. The Princess Bride. My Left Foot. Norma Shearer movies. The Man in the Gray Flannel Suit. Miracle on 34th Street. and yes yes ok Star Wars. I mean, if we go back far enough we'll come to the fact I loved Snoopy Come Home and I saw the original Gone In Sixty Seconds a million times.
Shows? As in, “Go to a show, you hope she goes”? The first show I ever saw was Pearl Harbour and the Explosions at the Old Waldorf in SF (and if that don't date me...); the last show I saw was some banjo something er other at the Freight.
TV shows? Geez, I remember Bewitched was pretty good.
Music: Iron and Wine. Beth Orton. Stevie Wonder’s Innervisions is always near. The Beatles!! Apparently singing really loud to really old David Bowie songs will be fun forever (“is there life on MAAAAAAAAAAARRSSSSSSSS oh oo oh”) Nina Simone. Neil Young. I bumbled into a mild Portishead fixation recently. The Dicks, disco, Blackalicous, Mekons, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Pablo Moses. Lots of 70s music absolutely no one but me could possibly enjoy anymore. Pete Seeger (“Don’t ask what a river is forrrrrrrrrrr…”)
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