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30 / F / Bisexual / Single
Brooklyn, New York
- Last Online
- Oct 26
- 5′ 3″ (1.60m).
- Body Type
- Scorpio and it’s fun to think about
- Working on masters program
- Artistic / Musical / Writer
- English (Okay), German (Okay), Japanese (Poorly)
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I suspect there may be a twist ending
I actually do something a bit more noble for a living (the world really doesn't need any more photographers), but I'm not as good at it.
Upon further self-reflection I would probably more accurately have to characterize my sense of humor as absurdist, or perhaps optimistic nihilistic. But now I may just be listing aspirational terms with nothing to back it up...
Nina Simone over Billy Holiday
Natural Born Killers over True Romance (Quentin Tarantino related)
Juliette Lewis over Scarlett Johansson (Woody Allen related)
And also: Leonard Cohen over Jeff Buckley
Sorry if I sound like a dick (I know Jeff Buckley sympathizers are plentiful), but I can't wrap my head around out-of-context lists of pop culture references.
Book lists are the exception. In (incomplete) order of most recently read:
Sex at Dawn - I'm considering making this required reading for the course
Just Kids, Patti Smith
Tropic of Cancer, Miller
Kobo Abe, The Face of Another
Emile Zola, Theresa
Lenny Bruce, How To Talk Dirty and Influence People
Dostoevsky, Notes From Underground
Nina Simone, I Put A Spell On You
I'd like to go to the movies more; new and vintage.
I'm less and less interested in seeing well-known popular music live. Example: The other summer in Prospect Park I saw Rufus Wainwright, and The National the week after. Rufus was way undersold but one of the most amazing concerts I've ever seen. He's an effortless musician and performer and was able to improvise and change the songs however he was moved to. The National were sold out, and though it was a good show, they sounded basically the same as their records, and I don't really remember much happening. I love their records, but I want to know where I am; I want to know that this is happening right now.
- Ages 34–45
- Near me
- Who are single
- For new friends, short-term dating
You hate wasting time. But it doesn't matter; your time is never wasted.
Suggesting an activity isn't necessary, but taking some initiative is.
You think that Sean Connery is still the best James Bond...
(No disrespect to Craig and Moore; a little disrespect to Lazenby and umm... Dalton. Oh, yeah and Brosnan, but the 90s were an especially tough time for the male archetype...)