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40 New York, NY Man


I’m looking for

  • Women
  • Ages 29–42
  • Near me
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating

My Details

Last Online
Dec 14
5′ 11″ (1.80m)
Body Type
Leo, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from university
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Likes dogs and likes cats

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My self-summary
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What I’m doing with my life
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Starting my own business (a nutritional supplement company), trying to avoid returning to the rat race and working for the Man, taking risks, enjoying being deeply immersed in the greatest city on the planet, simultaneously appreciating opportunities to occasionally get out of it, saying humorous and blunt things to vegan street preachers (I live in the East Village; I've got stories. I will respect your choice to eat or not eat whatever you choose, but I'm stickin' to my story: animals are delicious), learning, yearning, watching, doing, and never, ever even *thinking* about the idea of wearing skinny jeans. Ever. And a few thousand other things that would take far too much space to list here.
The first things people usually notice about me
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Hard to tell with all the swooning and "we're not worthy" bowing they all do before me on sight. As was said about Austin Powers, "Women want him, and men want to BE him!" (I kid! And if you took that seriously you are completely wrong for me.)

Quite unfortunately -- and this has happened randomly and more than once in recent years -- it appears to be a resemblance to a certain former boy band member. A boy bander -- jeezus. Few things are worse. Well, maybe James Traficant. That would be worse. Not a handsome fellow.

Oh, and since this seems to be a rather common query, those with measuring tapes might also discover immediately upon meeting me that I am actually 5'11", not "Internet 5'11"." If I were doing Internet height math I would have listed myself as 6'3". (I believe that's the proper ratio of Internet height to real height, yes?)
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Books: In the Garden of Beasts, Fortress of Solitude (temporarily paused), The Imperfectionists, Chronic City, Netherland, Our Kind of Traitor, Thieves of Manhattan, Sex at Dawn, Tipping Point, Lush Life, Blink, Kitchen Confidential, All the Pretty Horses, Click, The Finder, The Omnivore's Dilemma, lately some of Alan Furst's historical (WWII) fiction, etc, etc. Usually working on a couple of different books simultaneously.

Movies: No Country for Old Men, Winter's Bone, Fargo, The Usual Suspects, Matchstick Men, Godfathers I & II, Hurt Locker, The Hangover, Kill the Irishman, Senna, lots of documentaries, etc, etc.

Shows: (formerly) Rome (Gone too soon! Why only two seasons, HBO?), Californication, No Reservations, Layover, TED Talks, Louie . . .

* Though I have only seen about 2 separate half-episodes, I will give honorable mention to the esteemed "Finding Bigfoot" purely for its unintentional comedic value. For how many seasons can they continue to have a show called "Finding Bigfoot" wherein they proceed to find neither Bigfoot nor any tangible proof of any creature or being that might so much as have a large shoe size were it to wear shoes? How long can this go on?
The six things I could never do without
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- Food
- Sleep (in a great bed with great sheets)
- Sex
- Coffee (The aforementioned three things, in no particular order, are the three greatest basic pleasures in life. I'd say coffee is #4.)
- Friends/family/people
- The greatest, least boring, never-a-dull-moment city on earth. (That's this one.)

- Seventh one, in the spirit of rule-bending: My Droid. There, I said it.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Why people don't treat the sidewalk the same way they would treat a highway. Keep the hell right. If you're moving slowly, keep WAY right. If you're passing, execute your passing maneuver on the left of the aforementioned dawdlers on the right, then proceed back into the right lane. If there are more than two people in your group, do not walk all-of-you-abreast across the width of the entire sidewalk. That's rude and wrong.

I could go on. Certain things spark a fiber of hyper-vigilance in me.

(Good god, it's really simple! It works on the road! Well -- it works in Europe, where they obey it on their roads like a commandment from the gods . . . . )

I'm going to start a public service campaign. I've got a few different ideas for those, actually. Yeah, I'll stop now.

Also, see the above-mentioned rant on the lifespan of the TV show "Finding Bigfoot."
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