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45 / M / Gay / Single
New York, New York
- Last Online
- Dec 5
- 5′ 11″ (1.80m).
- Body Type
- Used up
- Judaism but not too serious about it
- Graduated from law school
- Banking / Financial / Real Estate
- Doesn’t have kids, but wants them
Books: One Hundred Years of Solitude, The Woman in White, Greek classics, Icelandic sagas, Henry James novels, biographies (especially historical), books about old wars (including ancient wars), pretty much anything in the Western canon (though I've only made my way through a small part of it), The Giving Tree (cry every time at the end), The Phantom Tollbooth, Are You My Mother, A Fly Went By, Calvin and Hobbes books
Movies: Citizen Kane, Gone with the Wind, Big Fish, My Dinner with Andre', Central Station, La vie en Rose, Spirited Away, Edward Scissorhands, Before Sunrise, Before Sunset, Kill Bill Vol. 2, Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
Music: too many to mention, but mostly rock, alternative, classical, jazz and opera. Top favorites include Jeff Buckley, Ella Fitzgerald, Radiohead, baroque music especially harpsichord, David Bowie, Lerner and Lowe musicals (what were my parents thinking they were going to produce by subjecting their son to My Fair Lady and Camelot on a loop?), Barbra Streisand, Chopin, Thelonious Monk, Gorecki's Third Symphony, Rolling Stones, Beirut, Squeeze, Antony and the Johnsons (hated it initially until brilliant show at Radio City a couple years ago), Neil Diamond, Alice in Chains, Morrissey, Nina Simone, Pulp, Rufus Wainwright, Beethoven, Haim, Sirius XMU and AltNation, Roxy Music, The Carpenters, R.E.M., Frank Sinatra, Led Zepplin, The Doors, Jose' Carreras, earlier Aimee Mann - ok this list is getting too long.
Food: chocolate, sushi, brownies (or does that fall under chocolate?), cookies (especially if filled with chocolate), hot fudge sundaes (especially with mint chip ice cream), JG Melons hamburgers with cottage fries, good wine
Television: I haven't watched much in the past few years, but some past favorites include Modern Family, Arrested Development, Planet Earth, Connections (old great British show from the 70s that shows how two seemingly completely unrelated things are actually connected), Cosmos (love Carl Sagan), Star Trek (the original), Lost in Space, The Monkees (it was great television to a 9 year old who loved music), Looney Tunes cartoons (especially Buggs Bunny) and, heh heh, Gossip Girl (gotta have one guilty pleasure tv show right?)
I finally started watching Downton Abbey and am completely obsessed with it.
(Pretty hard to keep this list to six isn't it?)
Trying to answer the following questions: if the universe is endless, to where does it go? But if it ends, what is it contained in?
And trying to live by my favorite quote: Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle. (Plato)
- Guys who like guys
- Ages 22–40
- Near me
- Who are single
- For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
And if you're a little nerdy at times you get extra credit.