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My self-summary
Some people say that I am the funniest person they know. How could you get through life without a sense of humor? I have a problem finding enough time for all that I want to do, but I can always find time for those that I love.*
What I’m doing with my life
Growing intellectually, spiritually. Trying to build a unique photo portrait business.
Making up for lost time.
I’m really good at
a lot of things. I have a broad knowledge, but not too deep in any area except design, photography, gardening and flea markets. And by the way, in PRO sports, I score a zero. Who cares? Every game seems like deja vu.
The first things people usually notice about me
That I haven't gained any weight since college? My blue eyes?
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Journeys Out of the Body - Robert Monroe
A Return to Love - Marianne Williamson
My Descent Into Death (An amazing near-death experience and what happens later.)
Star-Spangled Kitsch (Had to be written by a gay man!)
Cleopatra's Wedding (It's not about Cleopatra at all. Gay life in Syria.)
The Evolution Angel: An Emergency Physician's Lessons With Death and the Divine
The Artist's Way (I read it as part of a class. It was fantastic.)

17 Again

American Beauty (A close look at human behavior. Kevin Spacey is wonderful. Beautiful cinematography.)

American History X (Scary & very real. This is how hatred destroys.)

As Good As It Gets (dream role for Jack Nicholson. Outrageously funny and a touching story.)

Avatar in 3-D. Awesome. Great cgi and a message. Never thought that I'd have the hots for a cgi character!

Big Daddy (Kid is soooo cute. A nice surprise, for an Adam Sandler flick!)

Bound (Homage to Alfred Hitchcock. Visually appealing. Suspenseful)

D.A.R.Y.L. - A boy, created with artificial intelligence, strives for a real life, and to escape the military, which wants him destroyed. How do we define life and how does that define us? 1985. Mary Beth Hurt, Barret Oliver.

Flawless - Robert DeNiro plays a homophobic cop who gets speech therapy from a drag queen! (Philip Seymour Hoffman). 1999.

Forrest Gump - Watch this once a year to remind yourself what goodness and decency look like.

Get Real - (High School British style. All about love and integrity.)

God's & Monsters - (See it if only to watch Brendan Fraser (in a serious role). Damn the American censors for cutting out the full nudity! It would have been justified.)

In & Out - (a perfect little gem. Funny!!)

Lars and the Real Girl

Limitless - Starring Bradley Cooper. Sudden super intelligence. I love this kind of film. Latest variation: Lucy.

Powder (really has something to say about humanity. Leaves me feeling something special every time I watch it. Do NOT watch the edited-for-TV version!)

Shallow Hal

Sixth Sense - (Intriguing. Another kid who can really act.)

Slumdog Millionaire - (A peek inside another culture, and a gripping story. I love India.)

Trainspotting - (The best drug/anti-drug movie ever. Perfect musical score.)

Twin Falls Idaho - (A very, very tender and unusual love-story. Written by, produced by, and starring Mark and Michael Polish.)

Wizard of Oz - (No contest)

Worst Movies I have ever seen:

Blair Witch Project - ("The Bouncing Camera Project". Decision not to give actors a script was a big fucking mistake, to use the most-repeated word in the movie. If this movie actually scares you, you're either way too sheltered or a lame-brain.)

Eraserhead - (Boring beyond belief!) Wear a watch. You'll need something to look at.

Tree of Life. - (WTF!)

Listen to music a lot more since I got my iTouch and iPhone! I tend to like pop songs with a piano in the background. Cross many genres- I buy "singles", not whole albums.

Love Indian food. Shrimp and fish. I eat just about anything if it's good food. I eat rather simply mainly because I'm avoiding the crap that corporations fill the market with; and because I don't have the time to cook elaborate dishes most of the time. I'm good at baking (I'm from the Midwest!).

The Blacklist; True Blood; Bill Maher; Under the Sun; HGTV; Oprah's Super Soul Sunday, The Middle; Justified; Tosh.0; Glee; Downton Abbey; So You Think You Can Dance! (Never thought that I would like a dance show, but it's great!) Rarely watch the news. What for? It's so negative.
Six things I could never do without
Friends & strangers (I love people), cameras, dark chocolate, love, books, plants/nature.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The future. Mankind guarantees that it is going to be a wild ride! Hang on kids!
On a typical Friday night I am
relaxing alone, or with friends over dinner. Or shopping, perhaps. Or bumming around the East Village. Or looking for someone on the street to photograph.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm a very open person. The ego rarely shows itself.
The produce drawer in my refrigerator is stuffed with dark chocolate bars!
You should message me if
you think i'd be fun to hang with or there's a possibility for something more. I love guys with dark hair; handsome and a little bit pretty...
The two of us