I have my act together and now that I've finally found my place in life, it really feels like something is missing. I don't have any particular reason why I haven't found the one for me yet, it's a combination of factors. In the past I've heard many people ask me if I have a girlfriend - alas, I don't really know how to explain why I don't (...haven't found the right person yet?!?).
As for what I'm looking for, I hope to meet first and foremost a genuinely nice person. Nothing is more impressive than a woman who is just very smart and down to earth. Last but not least, I would like to meet someone who has a good sense of humor.
In my free time, if the weather is nice after work then I usually go for a little bike ride or to the gym. I also like to go to Barnes & Noble to catch up on my favorite magazines. One of my guilty pleasures is watching House Hunters and all the other variations of that show, especially Tiny House Hunters.
Movies: Catch Me If You Can, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Lost in Translation, Meet the Parents, Her.
Shows: Pawn Stars, Flip or Flop, House Hunters, and Diners Drive-Ins & Dives. Can't wait for the new season of Million Dollar Listing NY!
Music: I just listen to whatever is on the radio (which is usually tuned to NPR or Bloomberg), and I love 80's music - with a huge collection to prove it! I'm a big fan of Sublime, 311, and Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Food: Chinese Food, sushi, mushroom pizza, Sam Adams beer, dark chocolate, salsa, Mexican food. I'm turning into a beer snob.
If I pique your interest, send me a message. I'm sorry that I probably don't live in the SAME exact city or town as you - it's a big world! Love is a result of mutual attraction and chemistry, not distance. I can't imagine telling people that I'm dating someone simply because she lives nearby - well, I could, but it might make people do a double-take. Is it possible to be a bit flexible and put a bit more effort into dating?
I realize my profile is a bit sarcastic and I'm sorry if you're offended. It's really just a result of my own frustration and wanting to be in a relationship for a long time now. For those of you who hope to make a connection just because I'm Jewish - it probably won't work (it could, but I doubt it). My religion just isn't something that defines me. At one time it did, but now that I'm older I have other priorities. Ultimately, it's the quality of the person that matters the most.