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My self-summary
"If you would be unloved and forgotten, be reasonable." - Kurt Vonnegut

I believe in the middle path.

I believe everything should be taken in moderation, even extremity.

I believe a person can love backpacking on $3 a day AND love really expensive electronic toys.

I believe a guy can be smooth AND be honest and caring.

I believe not every girl who wants a diamond ring is a gold-digger.

I believe ignoring that voice inside your head screaming "fuck your studying for one night, be spontaneous for once" is the most irresponsible thing a person can do.

I believe being a geek is not about what you do but about what you're afraid to do.

I believe that I'm allowed to have very high intellectual, emotional AND physical standards vis a vis whom I date, and shouldn't have to choose one of the three.

I believe in not dissin' it 'til I've tried it.

I believe that what doesn't kill me makes me stronger.

I believe everyone should know two languages or more. Or at least one.

I believe Hebrew kicks Yiddish's ass.

I believe that what goes around comes around.

I believe that chivalry is not dead.

I believe that we must believe.

I believe I've gotten way too serious with this self-summary.

I am modest, humble, and damn near perfect
What I’m doing with my life
Selling my soul to the devil (read: law school). When I can't take any more contracts, I bounce between Alphabet City dive bars, the MoMa and random SoHo galleries, and places that can make a good espresso. Since I have no living room, I'm trying to taking advantage of the huge living room that is New York City.
I’m really good at
That thing you like (with a side of grilled asparagus).
The first things people usually notice about me
That I'm a really interesting, persuasive person/that I'm a condescending asshole (depending on your interpretation, I guess).
Six things I could never do without
1. A book that has never been on the New York Times Paperback Bestseller List. 2. A neat speyside single-malt once a weekend. 3. A kitchen with plenty of counter space. 4. Porn with acting good enough for it to appear candid. 5. Someone to challenge me. 6. A snappy comeback.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How to make the most of my new tiny apartment. I'm done with the floor and walls, is there any way to get bookshelves on the ceiling?
On a typical Friday night I am
Closing my Civil Procedure book, walking to the bar and mentally preparing for my traditional Saturday morning hangover.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I learned how to ride a bike when I was thirteen. My uncle forced me to. Those were the most embarassing two weeks of my life.
You should message me if
You think its a damn shame to waste a sunny day staying indoors. You noticed the grammar error in the last sentence.
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