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49 Camarillo, CA Man


I’m looking for

  • Women
  • Ages 41–51
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating

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Last online
Today – 8:11am
Hispanic / Latin, White, Other
5′ 5″ (1.65m)
Body type
Mostly kosher
Not at all
Atheism, and laughing about it
Cancer, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from masters program
Entertainment / Media
Mostly monogamous
Has kids
English (Fluently), Spanish (Poorly), Dutch (Poorly), C++ (Poorly), Hebrew (Okay)

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My self-summary
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Short: 5'5" (and THAT's the sound of LOTS of ladies swiping left ... their loss) - but physically fit! Will never understand why online dating is so height obsessed. So I guess I can't be an accessory to your heels and that makes me real person :)

Lived thru a nightmare divorce -I'm a fixer-upper. Consider me a project.

I'm 75% hummus and 25% Starbucks and all Disney inside! I'm also an overly employed, workaholic, cartoonist/illustrator/graphic designer, musician, writer, funny guy prone to spout dizzying non-sequiturs and who loves to draw on napkins at Starbucks while doing impressions of people at the next table. Mostly I'm a single dad of two of the greatest (and luckiest) kids in town!

I'm an introvert who more than a few folks have outed as patient zero for my daughters' aspergers. I certainly fit the profile and if there is one condition to have, that's the one!

Shy at first, (my friends and co-workers know that I'm quite the recluse) but IF I like you, not only do I warm up to you quickly, I might even draw you a book, write you a poem or compose a song for you. I'm a 'I'd-rather-have-a-tight-circle-of-loyal-friends-than-be-the-life-of-the-party' type of guy. I guess I'd have to actually attend a party (never a chance in hell) to begin with.

I see myself like an exclusive gated community... And I like that because I'm awesome that way. So if you're looking for someone who craves attention and is loud, brash and into lots of sports -- swipe left. :)
What I’m doing with my life
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Working, working and working away. I can't remember a time when I wasn't drawing, coloring or writing something. M-F I work for a local publication creating everything from advertising campaigns to beautiful Mary Blair-like front page covers for magazines.

After work and on weekends I am feverishly working to complete my second book. A children's book that details what I've done for the past three years since my divorce.

Aside from that I see my friends in the South Bay and geek out over the new STAR WARS teaser, hunt for that missing drum part at local Guitar Centers' or search for CD's, BluRay's and 'ART of PIXAR' books to complete my collection (I need UP, Monsters Inc. and Finding Nemo!).

But it all comes down to my kids. I have two. One of each :) And they, like their dad are more interested in the arts, than chasing a ball. Whewwww!!!
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
• Drawing
• Coloring
• Identifying jets
• Writing
• Creative writing
• Avoiding unhealthy food
• Falling head over heels for pretty, petite strawberry blonde moms.
• Not knowing ANYTHING about my car.
• Annoying my little sister ... still.
• Memorizing EVERY SINGLE LAST bathroom at Disneyland.
• Reciting every single line, sound effect, musical cue to STAR WARS (yes, it's annoying!)
• Eating Belgian waffles
• Avoiding snakes
• Being self deprecating
• Being sarcastic
• Being funny
• Being offensively funny
• Being outrageously and offensively funny.
• Avoiding eye contact at all costs.
• Writing the lyrics to foreign language songs and learning them phonetically then belting them out with every ounce of strength I have in my little soul - much to EVERYBODY's horror.
• Smiling.
• Eating LOTS of hummus.
• sdrawkcab gniklaT
• Communicating while spelling out words with french fries
• Making grilled chicken sandwiches with pesto and sun-dried tomatoes -- YUM!!!
• Shying away.
• Sharing a dream that I had that morning with folks as if it happened in real life.
• Listening to music for hours and hours and hours and hours and hours.
• Making chocolate chip pancakes in the shape of octopi.
• Being short.
• Drawing things upside down (people actually like that)
• Doing Regis Philbin impressions.
• Driving long distances.
• Drawing Mickey Mouse.
• Dressing well and coordinating colors.
• Scaring away religious people from my front door!
• Being Jewish by osmosis.
• Doing Chris Rock impressions.
• Play some pretty complicated tunes on my drums
• Ordering from Starbucks.
• Ride my bike real good
• Picking fresh food from the deli.
• Hoping I'll grow up to be Han Solo one day
• Reaching out to women on OKC and being completely ignored (I think I have a PhD in that!).
• Charming women I meet face to face
• Making the wrong women like me all too often! (I actually had stalkers in real life and on OKC!!!)
• Writing bad poetry that is truly heartfelt.
• Flirting with pretty ladies ... who have boyfriends. Oy...
• The words 'anal' and 'beaver' make me giggle every time. Especially when said at the office. Yes, I'm still 12 with a dirty mind :)
• Doing Tracy Morgan impressions.
• Humming all 45 minutes of Jethro Tull's Thick as a Brick and then starting it all over again once I finish.
• Singing songs in pig-Latin.
• Reciting the ENTIRE Haunted Mansion spiel - music sound effects and all.
• Drawing caricatures of folks (that's ACTUALLY a hit at the dinner table)
• Drawing things that make me cry when nobody is looking.
• Pretending I have allergies when that happens while people are around.
• Being awesome.
• Having people like me - it's a curse.
• But most of all being one hell of a great dad to two great kids who make me smile uncontrollably every day.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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BOOKS: As stated I love all "Art of" books. Anything that shows me the artistic process of Disneyland, Disney feature animation, PIXAR, STAR WARS, Marvel or anything related - I WANT! And now!!! And often!!! The recent books on Mary Blair and Marc Davis are prized as is the future re-issue of Disney's Nine Old Men.

The Making of STAR WARS books by JW Rinzler are platinum. The JAWS Log, and On Location...On Martha's Vineyard: The Making of the Movie JAWS are two of the greatest books EVER!!!

MOVIES: STAR WARS dork to the end. I love the Indiana Jones movies, Blade Runner, ALIEN, JAWS. I love everything from 1975 - 1985. I went to film school so I know and love the classics and my knowledge of film is pretty deep. Try me...

SHOWS: MAD MEN!!! The Newsroom. The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. Late Show With David Letterman (I think Stephen Colbert is worthy!!!) I'll watch FOX News for the laughs. It's hysterical. Between FOX and FRIENDS, Megyn Kelly, Sean Hannity and Bill O'Reilley I'm in stitches and offended at the same time. I actually feel dumber after an hour on that station :)

MUSIC: I'm a drummer so RUSH, RUSH, RUSH!!! Neil Peart (pronounced peeeeeeeert) is a God!!! I love anything that is whimsical with a thoughtful rhythm. Ready?
Dave Matthews Band, John Mayer, King Crimson, YES, ELP, Genesis, The Police, Cream, Led Zeppelin, TOOL, Alice in Chains, Soundgarden, Nirvana, Living Colour, Amy Winehouse, Jethro Tull (the prog years), The Beatles, Dixie Chicks, Paramore, Arctic Monkeys, Sheryl Crow and on and on. I have a list of favorite drummers both session and in a band but that would bore you and I would be showing off.

I also LOVE mid-60's/early 70's soul. Anything with the Funk Brothers laying down that nasty, nasty groove with acts like Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin, Marvin Gaye, the Jackson Five and so on. Gimme a great Al Green song any day!

I DON'T like 80's though (that would be an interesting list). I find 80's music to be the equivalent of aural CGI. Plus it was very bland, soulLESS, safe, over produced and lacking in anything resembling actual music. Pass...
Blecccchhhhhhhhhh!!! BOO 80's.

FOOD: It's all fresh and healthy all the time for me. I treat myself to a pizza ONCE a month. Nuff said.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
In no order:

My children
Water - drinking, pool or shower
iPhone/iTunes/iMac/iPad - iHatePC's
Pencil/napkins/post it's/paper
Music LIVE or otherwise
Nutella (yes, I know it's unhealthy but as a child who spent summers in Holland I grew up with it)
Hot Jewish soccer moms/pretty women ;)
STAR WARS, Pixar and Disneyland
A nicely tuned drum-set

I can't count but I can draw the hell outta you.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
How to solve problems with my art.
There are no mistakes in art! Only opportunity!
I have to keep reminding myself of that ... STILL!!!
And take credit for ALL artistic "mistakes" :)
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
If I'm flying solo, doodling/sketching on a Starbucks napkin or Post-It notes.

If I'm out with the guys, wondering why all my guy friends repel women. It doesn't take long to remind me why.
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over.
If you just want a normal guy who is loyal, honest, doesn't drink or do drugs (do allergy pills count?), is funny (in a corny dad way), won't embarrass you by dressing like a bum, rarely curses (unless it's for comic effect), has manners and is sincere almost to a fault.

If you are not flakey and actually have time to invest in trying to realistically grow a friendship FIRST and letting nature take it's course, drop me a note. I rather enjoy playing at the park, walking around TARGET and just enjoying a normal day out somewhere.

I know it's actual work! Oy!

If you just want sex at least be grown up, own it and be up front about it. Chances are you won't last, and I'd have no interest in you. And I would assume you are not seeking anything permanent either. But I would give you chutzpah points! Regardless, that is admirable for what it is.

I prefer divorced moms with a younger child by the way. That commonality is always good for bonding. I love being a dad and I always will.

I'm not out to impress anyone, until I like you. Then watch out. I may build you a castle made of sand or write your name in the sky and deliver it to your front door. But you'll KNOW by then... I suppose that isn't impressing as much as it would be me trying to keep you around :)