Programmer back in the day. worked on a drill rig on an island off the coast of British Columbia, Traveled. Tibet, China, etc. Did tons of other things. I have been an entrepreneur and investor (on one scale or another, not so good at working well for others) much of my working life; now I am financially secure, enjoying work more, or something.
Often found in jeans. Mostly not a dress up guy. Tux? No. Great suit (thanks China) not worn often. Tend not to be categorized in match categories very well (moi aussi?). Yoshi's, bluegrass, blues, rock, symphony etc. I like good restaurants. I like socializing and parties, but kind of low key about it. I’m happy with my life and I don’t get upset about things. I'm really fortunate in having great kids with whom I have close friendships. I have practiced zen meditation since I was 18, in a relaxed fashion, but am genetically (although not educationally, never went to church) an Irish Catholic. Ex hippie, but so not a hippie since the early 70s. I'm low maintenance but would love to have the company of an interesting, charming and intellectually vibrant woman. So, glass of wine after work? Take a look? I remember fondly when I was young, and love would happen spontaneously, just walking around. The invention of the microwave was a wonderful thing, but in some other ways I long for the simpler world of my youth.
Me- combination of intensely concrete and intensely theoretical. Be good to fall in love (I know, but I'm still dreaming). Casual, well educated and thoughtful. Academic interests, but not employed as an academic. I live in the woods surrounded by park. 20,000 acre back yard. Thank you EBRPD. Anyway, we all can get up each day, look around, and say "ah, another day in paradise". Let's email or, better, chat over a cup or glass of something. Damn, it's hard to get this stuff into the little wire that goes between my computer and yours.
Hey they need more choices, or better yet, let us make our own choices fill in our own answers. Also we need lots more room for books read. Life? What's up on this planet? I'm waiting for a telegraph from the curious Mars thing for my next inspiration. It's landing. I hope. Yeay, It landed. Science fiction scored again.
My friends all say I look like Brad Pitt or Yoda, as you can see from my photos. You get to choose which.