I consider myself fairly intelligent, yet I absolutely love moron movies. Dumb and Dumber, Step Brothers, The Jerk, The Campaign (slow motion baby punching scene...friggin hilarious!). So needless to say, sense of humor is a MUST...please don't take me seriously.
I think there is a big difference between "needing" someone in your life, and "wanting" someone in your life.
I think Jack Handy was a zen master. If you don't remember who that was, you will make me feel really old (love classic SNL!). When my girls unleash random wisdom on me, I refer to them as Jack Handy.
If you judge success solely on job title and size of the paycheck, then we probably won't be a very good match. I do fairly well in that regard, but work is not what defines me. What I feel makes me successful is the fact that my girls still consider me their hero and we have a great relationship. For 13 years now I have always found a way to juggle a career while helping with homework and never missing a game or school function. The past 6 years that I have been divorced have been no different, and I always put them before my needs. With that said, I do have a lot of help and also cherish my "adult time". I'm looking for someone for me, who could also become a really good friend to my girls someday. And I will be a good friend and role model to yours (if you have them).
Exercise has been a big part of my life for a long time and is one of my other passions (and I always find time to fit it in as well!). That is why I chose a career in IT technical management. (Yes, that was sarcasm). It is always nice to be with someone that shares that passion, but not a necessity.
Oh ya, and I am pretty cautious about approaching women without kids, simply because I don't want to put you in an awkward position if that's "not your thing" or you are "past that point". So if that is you, you may need to approach me.