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31 / M / Straight / Single
Los Angeles, CA
- Last Online
- Yesterday – 2:32pm
- 5′ 11″ (1.80m)
- Body Type
- Atheism, and somewhat serious about it
- Capricorn, but it doesn’t matter
- Graduated from university
- Sales / Marketing
- Relationship Type
I'm a founder of a local theatre company, I work on plays and such. I also play drums and careen in and out of various cover bands. These are hobbies, and I keep them so to preserve the joy I have for them.
I also run and workout, and try to eat well. I've started learning French (started!) and I travel to Mexico a lot.
-Ghostbusters, Noises Off, Glengarry Glen Ross, Four Rooms
-I generally will pick up a book rather than watch TV, but when I do I'll watch Sportscenter or leftist propaganda (Daily Show/Colbert).
-Generally classic rock, jazz, 90s rock.
-Spicy (Indian and Mexican), I prefer my pasta cooked over al dente, Wine dry over fruity, IPA over stout, generally savory over sweet.
I eat an inordinate amount of chick peas.
What I'm going to read next
What I'm reading now
Where I want to travel to
Why people believe in god
Why coincidences are common
Am I making up patterns?
Why people still use chopsticks
Why I can never spell the work definitely right
Are they going to build a house next door and force me to move
Is the food I'm eating good for me?
- Girls who like guys
- Ages 24–33
- Near me
- Who are single
- For long-term dating, short-term dating
I should mention that I can be, and have been, in relationships with religious people. It is possible. But you better bring your shit to the table and be ready to talk about it. Dostoevski said something like "Mine is a faith forged in fire" and I'm bringing the furnace.
Also, I'm not looking for someone to be my whole world, and I don't want to be anyone else's. This has nothing to do with commitment, I'm looking to add to my world, not replace. I'm like the life I've built.
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