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Last online
Aug 2
5' 2" (1.57m)
Body Type
A little extra
Special Diet
Judaism but it’s not important
Has dogs and Has cats
English (Fluently), French (Somewhat), Spanish (Somewhat)
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Please note: If you are a smoker, a hunter or a Tea Party follower, I am not going to respond. Have a good life, we are not a match. (Might be with you smokers - but have quit for 2+ years and can't risk starting again. Sorry!)

Some people on these sites are extremely good at encapsulating their essence in a brief paragraph. I don't know where to begin, other than that I don't fit easily into a box (though as a Liberal Jew from New York, I'm sure there are some who would disagree, LOL). I'm also a pescarian (seafood but no animal products), and while not fanatical do try for whole and organic foods where possible. If there's anyone still there, I have a dry sense of humor, am a frequent smiler, am full of life and full of love.
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I'm a very private person, but this box is not so threatening. Very eclectic tastes, love it all from trash to genius but I do know the difference. Just depends on how weary I am. Presently doing a little project on, a history of film. Took the course 40 years ago, thought it might be nice to refresh and deepen it. So I watched several flicks from the 1920s, two of them unforgettable (The Passion of Joan of Arc and Pandora's Box), and am breathing the romance, whimsy, ironic comedy and social realism of the 1930s now and each one of these films is a bit of a masterpiece even when flawed. Last night was A Nous la Liberte (yes, I do love French), tonight will be M - billed as the first great psychological thriller. I think that was on the list 40 years ago, can't wait to see it again. Thinking about adding poetry, art and literature to the game, everything from the 1930's, but at the moment I'm happy with simple mysteries (Sue Grafton) and the prolific Mr. Dean Koontz, whom I dearly love, Libertarian though he is, LOL. I haven't been to the theater in decades, but used to love, I confess, still do, Broadway musicals. Which brings us to music. Since I studied classical piano for 13 years am a bit biased in that area, though not a snob about it and my tastes are probably in the classically trashy zone, unabashed Romantic that I am - Chopin, Tschaikovsky, Beethoven of course (no trash there!), late Mozart, all the rest of them from the 19th Century to Rachmaninov (actually love to listen to cello and violin more than piano, or some combination thereof), but not very far beyond. Having come of age with the Movement I do get nostalgic for folk rockers from Baez to Dylan to Buffy Ste. Marie, Pete Seeger, the Mamas and Papas (well, ok, that's probably more Pop), and cry when I hear - oh great, a moment of senility - you know who I mean - Phil Ochs. Plenty more, but have to be in the mood. Stevie Nicks, Eric Clapton of course, the Doors, the Beatles. Enjoy alternative rock and indies as well though, and often listen to Ann DeLisi at 101.9 for new music. Bored yet, LOL? Dealt with food above. Not sticking to it very well, stress at work has diminished my consciousness - and with no time to cook, wasn't getting enough protein - so, ok, have added some chicken and dairy products - temporarily. Happy St. Patrick's Day - off to the recycling center and to meet my friend Kiffin for a stroll around Royal Oak. Maybe I'll see you there!