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I defend the unjustly accused in New York City and Miami and
anywhere else the business takes me. Have gun, will travel. I am
very good and very successful at what I do.
I have a garden apartment in Harlem, a condo in Midtown Miami with
a wrap terrace overlooking Biscayne Bay, and a simple little house
in CT with a big deck in a beautiful back yard. Let's do it live
all up and down I-95.
If you are funny, smart, snarky, sarcastic, sweet, and just a bit
sour; we just might work.
OKC pigeon holes "current status". My sitch is complex. I am
separated. I have current familial care giving responsibilities but
am not relationship involved in any normal sense. But hey,
obviously I'm not "normal" whatever that is. Eventually, I want a
full, future oriented relationship. Whatever that may evolve into.
What I’m doing with my life
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I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Reading people, getting it wrong, making it right. Oh, and writing.
The first things people usually notice about me
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are my stunning physique and my spiky white hair. I'm actually
growing it out a bit. Not to worry...no pony tails or mullets!
Cutter says we are going for Euro-Sexy. It's going well. I think...
I assume you noted my charmingly self-deprecating sense of humor.
The "stunning bod". I'm a skinny, boney assed, ectomorph. Look good
in a suit though.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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The Federal Rules of Evidence, The Godfather, Chicago, The Ramones,
and thin crust pizza.
Yes, it's true, I far prefer the Federal Rules of Evidence to
Proust, Rilke, or some other serious intellectual screed. I've been
told to read a book.
Okay, I'll do more, the OKC 'bots are chattering that 500 words
will bring me to 80% profile completion. I'm nothing if not an
achiever. Now they're bugging me that getting 1000 words will make
me complete. Forget that! I refuse to be complete. I am a
completely imperfect work in perpetual progress.
Like I said, I'm a lazy reader for pleasure as I do lots of work
reading. Loved "Just Kids". Patti is way cool. And "Life" was
hilarious. I love Carl Haiaasen. He just totally nails the
beautiful pathos of South Florida. A send-up, cut-up, Elmore
Leonard for the Sunshine State. May Mr. Leonard rest in peace. He
was the man! I read all his non-Westerns...honest.
Read most of the "Song of Fire and Ice" anthology on my iPhone.
Just had to after I realized that Diana Rigg was Margaery Tyrell's
I'm also a Micky Haller fan. Michael Connelly captures the
essential moral ambiguity of what I do and what I love about my
work. Not buyin' a Lincoln though...at least not this week.
You can tell I'm such a serious intellectual. Not anti the well
read though. Do you detect a personify flaw or fun guy? Bit of both
I'll go see anything at the movies. The dark anticipation of the
great silver screen. Hot popcorn, Raisinettes, a vat full of Coke.
Yeah, I'd rather do action movies than cinema, but any time of day
or night at the picture house is big fun.
Dying to watch "Out Of Sight" again all the way on my new downsized
flat screen. Clooney and a young J Lo heat a great cast to a
It's a guy thing.
I fidget in the theatah. I need an aisle seat. Sometimes I'm
transported though. If I get an aisle seat, I'll go see anything
and be a better person for it. True confession: I have only had
limited success with liking musicals.
But music is always. 70's punk rock, Latin Alt, indie, anything
Stones. Old school hip-hop; Gil Scott-Heron. Sad chick singers like
Lucinda and Casey Chambers break my heart. Classical in the
background while I work. Jazz in Harlem clubs and all over town.
Marvin Pontiac on the subway. Salsa, Cuban bolero, bachata. I'm a
sponge. Play me something I haven't heard. A Shazzam addict;
shazzam I am. So seductive to hear it, want it, name it, and just
I can follow a recipe. However I'm like the guy in that New Yorker
cartoon where he's slumped in the chair and his significant
other/spouse is standing over him all dressed and ready to go. The
caption reads: "I'm leaving you for someone who really cares what
they eat for dinner."
However, I'm excellent with the microwave. I'm an obedient
sous-chef. Good with a knife and quick to follow orders. Buy me an
apron. Order me about. I boil a mean pot of water. Out on the town
I'm a foodie whore. From Tuscan Italian, to sushi; from complicated
Chinese, to the Shake Shack - I'm a cuisine adventurer. Quick with
chop sticks. Pork sate and crème brûlée.
Trying to cut my caffeine. Oh, and thin crust pizza. Did I mention
thin crust pizza.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
3. New York City
4. A well turned phrase
6. My Friends
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
My next big case.
Finding time to breathe.
Expanding my biz to Puerto Rico and Bogotá, Colombia.
Are K Cups and Nespresso pods the best or an environmental
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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is that I like my women humorously highhanded and compassionately
"evil sexy". She'll know just when and how to lovingly tease and
mistreat me in the most nurturing of ways.
You should message me if
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You like a good guy who is up front. You'll like me if you like
intelligent conversation, have an edge, and would like a somewhat
unconventional but gentlemanly male companion who loves nothing
more than to spoil a beautiful woman rotten. If there's chem the
rest will take care of its self.
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