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Jul 6, 2010
5′ 9″ (1.75m)
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Working on university
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Likes dogs and dislikes cats

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My self-summary
So little to say and SO much space!

Trying to stay out of 'space camp' most days. The first cup of tea or coffee generally helps, but sometimes not.

I'm an incessant thinker, work a lot of hours, all hours, and unwind with a slow drip iv of caffeine (aka starbucks coffee), a newspaper, [people watching] and general pondering. If not there, then I'm at the [gym] trying to keep up with the trainer, [shopping], or making plans to get organized one way or another.

About Me
I'm not perfect and have no desire to be for anyone. Life takes what it takes and gives what it gives. Along the way, I try and give more than I take.
Not much to brag about work-wise or otherwise. Not on Forbes "Top 100 Richest People" list, no Pulitzer or Nobel awards, no scientific discoveries or inventions, although I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express once. (cue laugh here, thank you)

I am dazed, confused, and bewildered
What I’m doing with my life
Who I'd Like To Meet
I have been assigned the task of learning more about the efforts I want to take to make my relationships work well, and of relationships I really want to have, short term and long term. I am looking for female friends with whom I can discuss intimacy, mutual interests, and to learn more about what generally gets us going. Even if we're not going to the same destination (and I doubt we are), our paths may be very similar, so we could still possibly benefit beneficial friendship. Maybe our paths will cross or we'll meet some day. I work mostly and that takes just about all of my time. When I'm not working, I'm usually taking a walk, at the gym or hanging out at the park or coffee shop. When it's all done for the day, I vegetate in front of the TV, but I still try to leave my mind open to the next task at hand.
I’m really good at

Participants pledged to rethink, rebuild and redesign the global economy based on sustainable principles.

Lawrence H. Summers, Director of the US National Economic Council (NEC)

The World Economic Forum is the foremost global community of business, political, intellectual and other leaders of society who are committed to improving the state of the world.

The Forum is “committed to improving the state of the world”

The Forum’s headquarters are located on the outskirts of Geneva in a town called Cologny. The Forum also has an affiliate in New York, World Economic Forum USA.

In 1971, Professor Klaus Schwab, then a professor of Business Administration at the University of Geneva, gathered European business leaders in Davos, Switzerland, for a discussion on global management practices. It evolved its successes into the WEF.

The Forum is a not-for-profit foundation.

The Foundation Board, which has overall responsibility for establishing the long term direction and objectives.

The International Business Council acts as an advisory body providing intellectual stewardship to the Forum.

The Managing Board is the in-house management team responsible for the executive oversight and management of the activities and resources.

Members represent the 1,000 leading companies and 200 smaller businesses - many from the developing world.

The Forum provides member companies, governments and institutions the opportunity to work together to address global challenges. This opportunity for partnership is based on the belief that no single group can tackle major issues on its own.

Funding comes from membership fees (CHF 42,500) from the 1,000 foremost companies who are the Forum's members and partners; partnership fees from Strategic Partners (companies that play a leading role in the Forum) and from partners in the Forum's events; and participation fees for the Annual Meeting and for regional meetings and summits.

The World Economic Forum brings together leaders in business, politics and society for reflection and connection to generate ideas and proposals, bridging countries and cultures to address the issues affecting our world.

The very best minds and experts are also brought to provide the necessary insight to allow leaders to make decisions that can bring about change for the better.

Conferences like the Annual Meeting in Davos and regional summits are an occasion for leaders to outline major challenges and define strategies to address them.

More than 2,500 people attend the Annual Meeting.

The Forum supports the rights of free speech and peaceful assembly, but opposes violence and destruction of property. In principle, the Forum is supportive of demonstrations by those who desire to have their voices heard. But the Forum condemns – vehemently and unequivocally – those who believe that violence is a legitimate form of public expression or debate. In answer to the protests, the Open Forum was launched to give everyone a voice in the globally focused debates at the Annual Meeting in Davos. On a year-round basis, you can also have your say about critical global issues on the Forum's weblog.

The general public cannot take part directly in the Annual Meeting for reasons of security and space. But the Forum and civil society organizations - including church, non-governmental and non-profit organizations - co-organize the Open Forum. These are discussions open to the general public, free-of-charge and held simultaneously with the Annual Meeting in Davos. The general public can also participate through social media by joining the discussions through a variety of ways including video blogs on YouTube, a community on Facebook or subscriptions to Twitter.

Many global and local media organizations produce special coverage of Forum events. In fact, nearly one in every five participants at the Annual Meeting hails from the media sector.

The Forum’s weblog provides even greater access to sessions, and it is a virtual forum where people unable to attend the meetings can have their say too.

Economic research at the Forum – led by the Global Competitiveness Programme (GCP) – focuses on identifying the impediments to growth so that strategies to achieve sustainable economic progress can be developed – strategies that reduce poverty and increase prosperity.

CP reports are available in print and results of the Executive Opinion Survey are available on CD-ROM. For purchasing information, please go to

For more information about the Global Competitiveness Network we invite you to check the GCN FAQ.
The first things people usually notice about me
People generally notice that I'm kind and that I'm serious.

Or is it that I'm serious, then maybe later learn that I'm actually kind.

Actually, people first usually notice that I'm kinda serious.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
The Sound of Music
Democracy in America
Lawrence of Arabia
Music that comes from the heart, that is sung with enthusiasm, or has soul and angst with little malice or hatred involved (unless motivated towards social justice).

I'm trying to get out of my blues and jazz rut.

Yes, I like food too.
The six things I could never do without
Assuming that trust, faith, fantasy, reality, love, contradiction, sex,sleep, work, education, food, justice and charity are a given, the six things I could never (happily) do without are the music in my head, kindness, beautiful women, lots of money, lots of leisure time, and making #6 whatever I want, and whenever, however and with whomever I please.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
1. Structure
2. Architecture
3. The status quo
4. Communication
5. Complex systems or order
6. Organization
7. Injustice and economic development in third world countries
8. Survival
9. Value
10. Pleasure
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
That the Sound of Music is a favorite movie.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 18–29
  • Near me
  • For new friends
You should message me if
If you are even remotely interested./and

If you don't expect romance./and

If you are a creative, logical and a pragmatic thinker./and

If you are looking for a friend(s)./and

Then you should message me.