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My self-summary
I was always a hungry kid which has probably led me to a life of food.
There was always a radio in the kitchen when I grew up which probably explains why my respect for 80's pop.

I dig records, beers with a lot of hops, and well designed sandwiches among other things.

I wish I could say I love to travel but the truth is tend to like exploring new places and learning about people a bit more than the getting to them part. I suppose they go hand in hand. In the end I simply wish I traveled more.

I recently rediscovered the truth behind all those "like riding a bike" comparisons by trading my charlie card for my bicycle. I realized that although I keep aging I may never grow up, and that's fine.

I enjoy having fun and am not a big fan of anyone or thing that prevents people from enjoying themselves.

I am Adventerous, Excitable, and Hungry
What I’m doing with my life
I was a chef in Chicago for years. Now I do it in Boston and am looking forward to whatever I happen to get into with all the wonderful new people this city has gained since I was last here.
Working on plans to own my own place some day but who, what and when really depend on the where and how. Why is easy... I want to be in the business of making people happy.
I’m really good at
Cooking, eating, pointing out the obvious, sitting on beaches, road trips, as well as other things but thats for another time.
The first things people usually notice about me
My hair may or may not have a mind of it's own at times.

I dress up nicely which seems to shock people because I am usualy in my street clothes (jeans/shorts and a t-shirt) or in my chef gear which is what I imagine a karate gi to feel like, minus the belt.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: On Food and Cooking by Harrold McGee, Dharma Bums by Jack Kerouac, and probably something I haven't read yet
Movies/Shows: Ghost Busters, Dexter
Music: Too long to list
Food: anything someone was glad to make me
Six things I could never do without
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Food, Records, Beaches, fun

I do think about other people a lot, how they are doing, what they might be doing and hoping they are happy doing what they do

I used to think about zombies a lot but I believe I have a solid understanding of what to do in the case of zombie attack. That is unless they are those fast ones from 28 days later, then I am more or less screwed.

As I write this I am thinking about how to write over a thousand words into my profile to earn 100% completion. I wonder if it is even possible or are these filler characters all it takes to get the job done? Why don't they keep track of the percentage of quizes I have taken? That statistic is more fun for me than how much I write about myself. Writing about myself bothers me but today the incomplete status bothers me even more.
I recently was reminded that this is in fact a dating site. A way for people to connect in today's busy times, not just a way for me to take little tests similar to the ones found in of the back YM magazine that I found myself subjected to as a youth.
p.s. it worked.
On a typical Friday night I am
Trying to stay out of trouble and usualy doing a good job of it
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I watch some bad TV at times, and I own far too much 80's pop for anyones good
You should message me if
You need someone to ride shotgun in your Delorian.
You are a super hero in search of a side kick (be warned I don't wear capes, too dangerous).
You are looking for a partner in crime to kill your hunger.
You aren't afraid of trying new things (like sending a message to a stranger).
The two of us