What else? If my age wasn't posted here online, I'd bet money you'd think I were ten years younger. And without a beard, its a slam dunk. And trust me, that wasn't always a blessing. In high school, I looked like a freshman for what seemed like forever. But, alas, there is good in everything, and as a 44 year-old, I guess I get to have the last laugh! Perhaps its that unique combination of good Irish genes, and the endless supply of wonderful perspectives I get from my youthful colleagues. Being older and working with young people has to be one of the coolest things ever. It really acts as a life-"preservative" in a sense.
A couple of extras about me: I believe the Chinese make some of the best films around, and think street food is a God-send. For me, fall is the best time of year, and I find music to be better than any high you'll ever experience. I speak my mind, yet am very open-minded. (what happened to these long-lost traits?), and find political correctness to be just that - political, and therefore lacking any real relevance. (Can you see the Jersey side here?!) ;-)
I love the little things about you that you don't notice about yourself, and enjoy being a gentleman. I'm an ever-learning musician, and unabashedly live my musical life whistling, and drumming on my steering wheel. A degree in music, and being a drummer, kinda' does that to you. ;-)
I suck at telling stories, but live for great one-liners, and I'd rather spend $177 bucks on the new Clash box set, than any single item of clothing; think David Letterman is the funniest man on earth; and that George Harrison was/is the best Beatle.
Gosh, that's a lot of stuff!
P.S. I'm okay with you putting your freezing cold feet on my thighs in bed to warm your toes. Actually, it's freakin' cold as heck, but, well, you know, it's all about sacrifices, and its good to have warm toes. ;-)