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  • Ages 20-38
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Last online
Apr 28
English (Fluently), Chinese (Somewhat), Spanish (Somewhat)
My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
More intuitive than most. An empathetic and considerate person who is slowly but surely getting his/my priorities straight. The two girls I've dated who were the most serious loves of my life to date both said that what they loved most about me was my mind.

The rest you're gonna have to find out on your own.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
In the process of starting up a socially responsible Talent Agency. At the moment I'm a field manager for a non-profit that is fighting to close loopholes in the Clean Water Act to stop polluters from destroying our lush waterways. I do web design/development and video production on the side. In my free time I volunteer at a homeless shelter for the youth. Next year I plan to go back to school to get a Masters in Public Health and a Masters of Nutrition.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Nothing. But I'm pretty darn good at Thinking, Learning, Public Speaking, Writing, Walking, Eating, Breathing and Seeing. ;)
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
Must be my beeyootiful eyes?
Then when I talk, it's gotta be my deep voice?

I dunno!? Meet me and I'll ask u.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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the Foundation series (Asimov)
The Hobbit (Tolkien)
The Tao of Physics (Capra)
1984 (Orwell)
The Art of Loving (Fromm)
Escape from Freedom (Fromm)
Guns, Germs and Steel (Diamond)
Anything Vonnegut, Bukowski, Verne and Twain... Etc. etc.
Catcher in the Rye (Salinger)
Tao Te Ching (Lao Tzu)
'Program or be programmed.' good advice, great book!
** I read a fair amount of non-fiction these days.
Like computer babble or business gobbledee goouhhck. But I find that visual learning is much faster, and that doing is knowing. Lastly, that love is sacred, and you don't need an institution to know/feel that. ... See, there I go gettin Teachy again! Sorry.

Movies: ((too many to list))
2001: A Space Odyssey (Kubrick)
The Nightmare Before X-mas (Burton)
Down by Law / A Night on Earth (Jarmusch)
True Romance / Bladerunner (Scott)
Four Rooms
** LOVE Animes!
Princess Mononoke
Everything Hayao Miyazaki or Christopher Nolan or Terry Gilliam, or most everything Tarrantino... The list can go on and on! It would be better if I show you. I have a sweet collection of Japanese and Chinese films. Some Korean too. Some French. Wouldn't mind cuddling up with someone special right now and watching one.
In fact, I think I'll do it anyway. ;-/ Just me and my bed, alone instead, of we us three havin a smarty pj party. ;)
The Never-ending Story
Waking Life
Spirited Away
Ghost in the Shell
Where Eagles Soar (best Clint Eastwood movie no one knows)
Indiana Jones(All) love Harrison Ford

Shows: /* don't watch TV much a'tall*/
Peep Show(the British 1st person comedy)
South Park and Simpsons (top 2 cartoons)
Ren and Stimpy
Walking Dead(sorta)
The Price is Right (there's something about that Bob Barker)
Band of Brothers
old school Discovery Channel
BBC (have the whole collection)
MTV Oddities (I remember thinking way back then, that this show is probably ruining a lot of minds, yet remained fascinated)

So hard to say! uhhhhh.... yea, I'll pass.
(changes with city I'm in and the mood)

OK OK, Here is my list of PANDORA stations***
Die Antwoord Radio
M83 Radio
The Knife Radio
The Dave Brubeck Quartet Radio
Amon Tobin Radio
Flobots Radio
The Church Radio
Lights Radio
The Pierces Radio
The Flaming Lips Radio
Daylight Radio
Loud Pipes Radio
Bon Iver Radio
Bill Withers Radio
Weezer Radio
Say It Ain't So Radio
The Doors Radio
The Chameleons UK Radio
Joy Division Radio
Dinosaur Feathers Radio
Stella Was A Diver And She Was Always Down Radio
Obstacle 2 Radio
Obstacle 1 Radio
New Order Radio
Duran Duran Radio
The Smiths Radio
Depeche Mode Radio
The Cure Radio
Radiohead Radio
Hard to Explain Radio
Death Cab For Cutie Radio
Kate Bush Radio
Interpol Radio
Fun. Radio
Nina Simone Radio
Etta James Radio
At Last Radio
Frank Sinatra & Bing Crosby (Holiday) Radio
U2 Radio
R.E.M. Radio
The Cranberries Radio
Tribalistas Radio
Antonio Carlos Jobim Radio
Marisa Monte Radio
Something Good Can Work Radio
Mumford & Sons Radio
The Shins Radio
The Shins (Children's) Radio
Band Of Horses Radio
Simon & Garfunkel Radio
Jeff Buckley Radio
Mad World Radio
Michael Jackson Radio
Gangnam Style Radio
Basia Radio
Bassnectar Radio
Luciano Pavarotti Radio
Odetta Radio
Buena Vista Social Club Radio
Neon Trees Radio
Kings Of Leon Radio
Somebody That I Used To Know Radio
Gotye Radio
Miike Snow Radio
Wolfgang Radio
MGMT Radio
Piano Sonata No. 14 In C Sharp Minor ("Moonlight"), Op. 27/2: I
Chase & Status Radio
Red Hot Chili Peppers Radio
The White Stripes Radio
The Kooks Radio
Muse Radio
Thievery Corporation Radio
Quantic Radio
Blue States Radio
Bird's Lament Radio
Massive Attack Radio
The Mars Volta Radio
Breaking Bells Radio

I like everything, but I try to eat healthy.
However, eggplant parm is ONE OF my favorite indulgences.
I love rich salads and hearty soups.
Pistachio or rum raisin ice-cream on occasion.
Favorite cuisines are - Japanese/Thai/Chinese/Caribbean/French/Italian/North African/Latin/middle-eastern/Indian
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
1. Water
2. Air
3. The Universe (debatable)
4. Music
5. Humour
6. Human Touch
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
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
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I unabashedly love Tears for Fears, The Cranberries and No Doubt.

Ok, too lame?

Fine. uuuuuh, Yeah, umm ok. So! When I was in Thailand...

HAHAHAHAHAAAAAA! Nah, I'm just playin. HAHAAAA! That is like the worst possible way to start any confession. Seriously though, I've been to Thailand... (chuckle) it's the most different place, in terms of ladyboys, I have ever beeeen. Not that I'm into that.

How bout ju?
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over.
You aren't a total dramatic egoist maniac?

And, if after reading all of that you still think i'm not a complete douche, and possibly are even rather intrigued, then hit me up!
Or, if you're looking for someone to explore NYC with, to go on a date with, to discuss the evils of the world with, or just chillax and watch a movie, then let me know. I'm chill.