52 Roxbury, United States
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My self-summary
Renaissance man in search of dynamic, independent, smart and fun woman for cerebral, cultural, natural and mindless pursuits both near and far.
What I’m doing with my life
dancing tango
avoiding traffic on my bicycle
reading literature in translation
I’m really good at
finding ripe mangos
being spontaneous
The first things people usually notice about me
either my luxurious hair or my potential to change the world.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books... The Windup Bird Chronicles, The Brothers Karamazov, Hard Travel to Sacred Places, The Little Prince, Labyrinths, Lolita, Selected Poems of Mary Oliver, Coming of Age in the Milky Way, The Snow Leopard. And, this summer: A River Runs Through It.

Films... The Passion of Anna and a host of other Bergman films, My Life as a Dog, The Apu Trilogy, The Tree of Wooden Clogs, Into Great Stillness, After Life, Don't Die Without Telling Me Where You're Going (I know, schmaltziest title ever for a great Argentinian film), Food, Inc.
The six things I could never do without
access to the great outdoors
intellectual stimulation
good people, near and far
my bicycle
I spend a lot of time thinking about
You know, serious stuff like how we can start getting out of our present environmental messes (yes, plural). How to raise awareness about endangered species. How I can increase traffic to my enviro-blog... Not so serious stuff like whether I should get my hair cut today or to put it off another week... Romantic stuff like whether someone on OkC will find me... Juicy stuff like sex... Dreamy stuff like what to write for the Great American Novel... Fun stuff like where to travel to next... Crazy stuff like whether I should quit my job and travel round the world... Life is short, after all.
On a typical Friday night I am
laying low
having a drink with friends
at a film
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Ideally you subscribe to the New Yorker and will let me read it, thus relieving me of the burden of keeping up with it myself.

Otherwise, I sometimes fear I'm getting too used to being on my own. (But it just takes one person to change that.)
You should message me if
you have an active sense of humor, like cultural as well as outdoor pursuits (hiking, cycling, x-c skiing, yes, even camping) and can occasionally read my mind. Despite the list above, personal connection is what's most important to me -- I'm looking for a relationship and hope you are too.