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29 Los Angeles, CA Man


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  • Ages 25–50
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My Details

Last Online
Aug 20
6′ 5″ (1.96m)
Body Type
Judaism, but not too serious about it
Aquarius, but it doesn’t matter
Two-year college
Rather not say
Relationship Status
Seeing Someone
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids
Likes dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently), Spanish (Poorly), Hebrew (Poorly)

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My self-summary
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I created this account when I was single. Now I'm in a supremely awesome relationship (met her here!) and I'm using this profile to stalk the dating lives of my friends. That said, I love making new friends, and if you think we'd be compatible as friends, I would love it if you sent me a message. I'm unlikely to write first because apparently it weirds some people out to use this sight for anything besides romantic or lascivious intentions and I don't want to make strangers uncomfortable, but you are totally encouraged to write to me and I'll definitely respond.

Also: much of the info on here is old. I'm not motivated enough to go through and update it right now.

I'm just a big, goofy, nice guy. I love bad puns, dirty jokes and British humor. I consider myself a chivalrous feminist, and am concerned that that is oxymoronic. I'm 29, 6'5", fit, and fairly muscular. I'm Caucasian, of primarily ScottsIrish and Russian descent. I have brown hair that I usually keep pretty short, and eyes that change between blue, grey, and green. Oddly enough, I'm blue / grey / green colorblind, so I've never seen my eyes the way you probably would.
I've recently started cycling, and over the summer, on a bit of a whim, took part in the ALC Ride To End AIDS, a ride from SF to LA.
SCUBA, snorkeling, surfing, body boarding, kayaking and pretty much anything else you can do in salt water are sure fire ways to see me smile and relax. I also love marathons of laziness that border on the competitive. Brunch and 12 hours of sitting around with a friend watching movies on Netflix? I own that sport.
I'm relatively new to the West side, and I've gotta say I love it so far. I have an amazing friend network that I adore. I'm an avid reader, a movie lover, and an animal lover. I also fancy myself a professional wanderer. My favorite and most memorable weekends have been the ones where a partner or partners in crime and I pick a direction with a very loose plan of action and see what happens.
What I’m doing with my life
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I work for a non-profit as a behavioral therapist, teaching social skills and life skills to autistic children and training their parents and teachers to more effectively work with them. I work in classrooms, in clients' homes, in social skills groups, and I create and direct various camps, outdoor activities and real world activities. I'm also partial owner of a young LLC where we create books, boardgames, and learning materials for kids on the autistic spectrum. I am passionate about my work, and I absolutely love what I do.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Finding creative solutions to difficult problems. Math. Physics. Driving (in L.A. that makes me a minority.) Carpentry, construction, and destruction. Moving heavy objects. Cycling. Horse back riding. Frisbee. Standardized tests (not as useful nowadays). Making goofy faces at babies. Pub trivia. SCUBA. Active listening. Cooking without a cook book. Mixing drinks.

Stopping absolutely everything in my life to play with puppies.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I'm really tall. I quite literally stick out of most crowds. It makes for a difficult life. I'll never be a professional jockey, and though I love wandering in caves, I'll never make it in the competitive world of spelunking. I'll just have to settle for getting objects off of high shelves.
Le sigh.
I also smile a lot, laugh a lot, and am a very active listener (it is a dying craft).
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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It's okay to skip this section. It's loooong. And yet it's still just a random sampling and some highlights. I like a lot of things.
All of Pratchett
All of Gaiman
All of Saffron Foer
Piers Anthony, Pale Horse series
All of Ambrose Bierce
All of Twain (try Puddinhead Wilson sometime if you've never)
Last Chance to See (Douglas Addams doing Non-Fiction!)
To Kill a Mockingbird
Animal Farm
The Time Traveler's Wife
All of Potter
The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat
The Iliad
The Lorax
Life of Pi
Three Men in a Boat, to Say Nothing of the Dog
And about a billion others...

Die Hard (1,3,4,2...............5)
Thin Man (1,3,2.........4,5)
O Brother, Where Art Though
The Avengers
City of God
Cabin in the Woods
Mean Girls
Forgetting Sarah Marshall
Arsenic and Old Lace
Hot Fuzz
Shaun of the Dead
It Happened One Night
Wet Hot American Summer
Most apocalyptic scenario flicks.

Dr. Horrible's sing along blog
(Joss fans will likely notice a trend here)
Dr. Who
30 Rock
Walking Dead
Parks and Rec
That Mitchell and Webb Look
The Inbetweeners (U.K. version)
Arrested Development

Music: (Easier to go by genre)
Classic Rock (think Dean in Supernatural)
80's. (All)
Funny stuff. Flight of the Conchords, JoCo, etc.
80's and 90's Disney. Yes, I'm a big man that sings Disney. Judge away. It's fuckin' awesome.
Rock-a-billy, big band and swing
Classical, cello pieces in particular

I'm pescatarian, but I swear I'm not a Nazi about it. I don't preach, and I couldn't care less what the people around me eat. That said:
Breakfast foods (think diner)
Super Spicy- melt your face off and burn holes straight through your soles- foods of any sort
And most everything else. I'll try anything twice.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Good Friends
A good skillet
Literature (I know this is a cop-out answer, but what do you expect?)
My bike
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
What's at the bottom of the ocean.
The most efficient way to do things.
Complex Rube Goldberg devices to make life more interesting.
Oxford Commas.
Future travels and adventures.
George Washington Carver.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Doing stuff. This is a silly question, there's a lot to do! Want to find out what? Message me and I'll bring you along.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I have a custom Muppet.

I'm afraid of dolls, especially porcelain dolls, puppets, and dummies. Not scream and throw stuff scared, but they definitely unnerve me. There's a story here, feel free to ask. If you are a ventriloquist, I'm sorry, but it's probably not going to work out between us.

I also collect antique board games and historical atlases. Sexy, I know.
You should message me if
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You feel like it. Don't wait for me to message you. There's a lot of people on here!

If you're passionate about something, anything.
You have a passport and aren't afraid to use it.
You laughed once or twice while reading about me.
You don't buy into the media's portrayal of giants as simple-minded, cannibalistic oafs (it's a conspiracy going back centuries).
You want to know more about George Washington Carver, American hero. Seriously. I can talk about him for days, that guy saved us all.

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