denstar16
43 San Francisco, CA
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My self-summary
I like to have a good time and try not to take myself too seriously, what's the point? i am keen on new adventures and comfortable in a crowd of strangers. you could pretty much take me anywhere and we would have a good time or at least i will.

I've been in SF over 14 years and love it, just a tad bit concerned with what is going on here at the moment. I see myself as intelligent, funny, goofball, and compassionate soul in a wrapper with a bit of style.

An eternal optimist (and true sag) with a huge heart and smile even through the crazy mess this planet and world is in. kind of think if we lose hope that change can happen, we have already lost.

I live for the mountains and roam in the city. I like to give random high 5's on my bike rides or walking down the street. i chat with strangers often.
What I’m doing with my life
I am enjoying it. For work I'm into sustainability and social impact.

Trying to be more mindful.
I’m really good at
• Connecting with people. Making people laugh and/or smile.
• I meditate daily to be present, not to be good at it.
• Starting projects.
• Skiing/snowboarding
• Cycling, for fun and transport
• Cooking pork
• Working with my hands
• Being happy
• Makin' out.
The first things people usually notice about me
My smile and/or my nose (i am jewish it is hard to miss)
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: The Windup Bird Chronicles, The Heart of the Sea, Three Cups of Tea, Let My People Go Surfing, Love in the Time of Cholera, The Alchemist, Into Thin Air, The Road, A People's History of United States, A Long Way Gone. Change By Design, The Curious Incident of the Dog at Night, 100 year of solitude, The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo. The Wind Up Bird Chronicles is amazing. Def favorite.

I like to read the nytimes, huffpost, Harvard Business Review, Vice, Fast Company, Powder, Outside, The New Yorker, more to come.,,,

I like to watch all of the Tour de France. All 20 stages. Love it. Weeds, Californication, the daily show, boardwalk empire, the wire, GOT, The Wire, House of Cards....

Movies: Shawshank Redemption, Hot Dog the Movie, The Bourne Identity, Tell No One (french). I can't really remember. I thought The King's Speech was great. I will always go to see a movie. I love documentaries and foreign films. I enjoy going to the commonwealth club to hear lectures about sustainability, politics, art, environment, social entrepreneurship, or authors, travelers, or anyone with something interesting to say. TED Talks.

I love to dance, mainly to live or electronic goodness, but am open to learning salsa or something like that. Seems like some sexy good fun.

As for music, i love it all. Especially breakbeats, electro, some house, jazz, classic, downtempo, indie, rock shizzle. What evs, Grateful Dead and Phish (i was a bit of a hippie growing up) LCD Sound System, Massive Attack, Glitch Mob, just not heavy metal or hardcore rap. Sean Hayes, old reggae, K&D, Lee Burrige, Modest Mouse, Built To Spill, Tribe, Gorillaz, Miles Davis, Talking Heads, and Willie Nelson, to name a few.. Classical in the am.
The six things I could never do without
My bike(s) (they either got stolen or cut in half whilst trying to be stolen in the last three months) So I guess I can do without them but i am certainly not happy about it.
Skiing/ snow/mountains
Creative conscious community
Yoga/Meditation
My family.
sweet lovin'
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How to change the world, for the better.
How we go from 6 to 9 billion people on this planet and survive (not all the time luckily) which translates into sustainability.
What kind of dog i want to get (probably a rescue dog)
Compromising positions
Where i would go if i left SF.
Where it is snowing right now
learning how to surf
the next big idea
love, perhaps or some version of it.
Pinarello (fancy Italian bicycle)
being present
On a typical Friday night I am
Nothing is ever typical in San Francisco. Wrestling alligators, reading Tolstoy, knitting sweaters for baby seals, pondering which place to get a burrito, wondering whom i will meet. Having fun.

I like to go to Against The Stream and be all mindful and shit.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I was on the Carnie Wilson talk show for a love triangle.
You should message me if
if you think we might get along and i am more appealing than the last guy you saw. :)

Or if you just wanna grab a drink and shoot the shit and laugh with me.
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