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32 M San Francisco, CA

I’m looking for

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  • Ages 18–99
  • Near me
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating

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Last Online
Yesterday – 7:48am
5′ 10″ (1.78m)
Body Type
Aries, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from university
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids

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My self-summary
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DISCLAIMER: Kids, the username is a joke. I do not do drive-bys or own an AK-47.

Created one of these to see what OKC is all about. Haven't filled out a profile since the mirror pic days on Myspace. It's been an uphill battle learning how to take pics without wearing a towel.

I don't really believe in people judging themselves. You ever get into a conversation where somebody verbally lists out every little adjective they think relates to them, and you're just stuck listening and knowing in your head that they're delusional? Awkward, right? No matter who or what we think we are, it really is how external people think of us that is closest to the truth. So this is what I hear about myself from others:

1) Absurd - The spew coming out of my mouth will entertain the bejesus out of you, but will weird out the more feeble of folks

2) Big Heart, but hidden at times - Still trying to figure out what that means. If I don't show it, how would anyone know I'm not the Tin Man?

3) Wordsmith - I talk differently and will add an intense amount of introspection and detail to everything that comes out of my mouth. It fluctuates between being more eloquent than a sonnet to more ghetto than a Cash Money song. Ghett-loquent.

4) Blunt (if you want it) - If you ask me to critique your work or for an honest opinion on something, I won't sugarcoat it. This is great when I fix all of my friends' resumes and not so great when you want to know how you look in that dress marketed to 16-year olds.
What I’m doing with my life
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Most of my adult work time is spent running a small Marketing firm --- this feeds my wallet.

The rest of my adult work time is spent trying to save schools --- this feeds my soul.

I've vowed never to have a normal "job with a boss" again - and have been lucky enough to keep my self-promise. I believe in projects and causes more than careers and professional development. I'm slowly tailoring my life so work, enjoyment, and fulfillment all intersect into something beautiful.

And whatever time left is an open book to let the adventure that is being an SF resident take it's course. I love the absurd, unthinkable, and unheard of - and can't think of a better place to experience that kind of magic.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
People-watching and pretending to be in their conversations.


Staring contests.

Having questionable taste.

I won a Spelling bee at 13 and got a free trip to New Jersey as a prize (Lucky me!)
The first things people usually notice about me
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They'll try to figure out my ethnicity. I'm a full-breed, but I like to allow people to choose their own adventure. Remember Encyclopedia Brown? Just like that shit.

Lack of a verbal filter, but in an endearing way. I'm an IRL version of a rude comment followed up by a smiley face. Somehow balancing unsavory comments with nobody wanting to kill me...yet.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Kevin Smith was my hero growing up and still is. Chasing Amy is my favorite movie.

I studied Film, so there's a variety that I like from the frou-frou to the hardcore. But the 90's indie era will always be the closest to my heart. I believe in realism, minimalism, strong characters, de-emphasized plotlines (nothing where the world ends tomorrow unless Vin Diesel backflips out of a plane to save the day), and introspective or f***ed-up dialogue. More faves include Kids, Lost in Translation, Royal Tennenbaums, The Wackness, Citizen Kane, Dr. Strangelove, From Dusk 'til Dawn, Shanghai Express, 10 Things I Hate About You, Hi Fidelity, Amelie, Infernal Affairs, Apocalypse Now. Hardbodies is the greatest 80's beach movie ever - watch it, you'll thank me.

My musical taste ranges from growing up a hip hop snob repping the Wu-Tang Clan (I actually named my company after them) that disavowed anything played on the radio to now being able to soak in whatever sounds good around me. It's OK if somebody gets radio fame, it really is kiddies. I've been on an old Soul and 90's R&B kick lately. If you can't shed a little tear to Lionel Richie or jam out to one of Jodeci's ear-humping songs, then your soul is shamed.

Saved by the Bell was the greatest show ever made. Zack Morris is everything that I aspired to be....until I realized that I wasn't White and/or blonde. Realizations suck.

Californication is a close second.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Not much further than the present and the very immediate future. Life's a random journey and 5-year plans are for Accountants.

How I can contribute to saving the world. (Sad, but true.)
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Normally -- out with a motley crew of folks hitting the bars.

Ideally -- slowing down the bar-hopping, spending more time in the arts, volunteering, and collaborating on meaningful projects that actually help people. Variety ---> Spice.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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My superficiality. Not proud of the fact that I'm not above it. But looks matter.

I used to freestyle rap and have done it on stage.
You should message me if
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You have a beyond healthy sense of sarcasm, but realize the difference between being sarcastic and just being a shitty person.

An appreciation for the unknown over the settled path.

You can give me some deets on what's amazing to do in Buenos Aires. (Update: Did 4 months in South America in 2013. Feel free to compare notes.)

Being a decent human being would help too.