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  • Ages 28–48
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Last online
May 22
5′ 8″ (1.73m)
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Graduated from university
Art / Music / Writing
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Back in the Bay after a year in Jakarta, and while I kind of miss feeling like an alien and living overseas, I have to say this: Damn it is good to be home. I was working at an English language newspaper, and continue to bear the cross of journalism in an age of punditry and loose facts while the Media Powers That Be scramble to figure out what they are, and which new social media platform to promote themselves on (follow us on YouPorn!).

My job involves sifting through vast bureaucracies and conglomerate interests to learn and then describe unknown playing fields into which the little guy so often falls, looking for malfeasance or even vicious wrong-doing, but usually finding that more often than not, all sides are well intentioned and doing the best they can. My inexpensive business cards again read freelancer, which is perhaps just a sexy way of saying underemployed (and I’m like, totally working on that screenplay, too). Currently planning the next epic multi-national reporting and illustration excursion into the heart of lands both mysterious and renowned for their semi-touched jungles and long, sweeping beaches.
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“We named him Baby, he had a Toothache, he started Cryin’, it sounded like an Earthquake . . .” The White Stripes

“Exo-skeletal, junction at the railroad delayed!” The Mars Volta

“And I replied that I’d been goin through the same thing that he had, true I got more fans than the average man but not enough loot to last me till the end of the week I live by the beat like you live check to check, and if you don’t move your feet then I don’t eat so we like neck and neck . . .” OutKast

"Well I'm frozen like a soldier. Don't know where it stays all over the place. Time froze. Like an ocean. Don't know the taste of a never ending ache." The Yeah Yeah Yeahs

"This time, Baby . . ."

I used to say that I liked everything but Baroque (and the fucking Harpsichord), jingoistic country music, and, like, really REALLY gangster rap (that gentleman wants to do what with that young ladies genitals?). But dislikes are made to be kind of . . . liked, or even worshiped outright.


“ . . . Yeah, we’re gonna need you to come in on Saturday, Ok? Thanks (Did you . . . get that memo?).”

“Check out the big brain on Brad! You a smart mutherfucker. That’s right, the metric system.”

“You can’t fight in here! This is the war room!”

"So this is a Harvard Bar? I thought there'd be equations and shit on the wall."

"Well I'm feeling rather good about all this. I think we've all arrived at a very special place. Spiritually, ecumenically, grammatically . . ."

“You still don’t know what ridin’ waves is all about, do ya Johnny?”

“‘Hello, my name is Bruce.’ [Collectively:] ‘HELLO BRUCE.’ ‘It has been three weeks since my last fish, on my Honor, or may I be chopped up and made into soup.’”

"Oh, you betcha."
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Surfing, windsurfing, and the ocean and general. And baseball.

How to simulate the movement of water and interaction of light on a hanging or mounted surface that's say, ten feet by six.

Participating in an intense but productive debate about contentious issues. Inside jokes with friends.