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My self-summary
So I was going to write this very clever description of myself, but then I watched six episodes of Curb Your Enthusiasm instead. So it goes. Here's the quick version: Sometimes I wish I were an artist. I don't go camping enough. I run a lot of marathons. I'd like to be a stand-up comedian at some point. I think I should be reading more biographies of historical figures so that people will be fooled into thinking I'm a legitimate intellectual. My favorite Muppet was Oscar the Grouch. Sometimes I wish I were a scientist. Most people think I'm a negative person, but they're wrong. I played for a year on a baseball team in England. I grew up without cable. Leaving my bicycle outside for the winter turned out to be a very bad mistake. I play drums but I'm not very good so I play loud instead (in fact, my second favorite Muppet was Animal). I considered using a semicolon in that last sentence. I irrationally enjoy very long airplane rides. I can't believe the Mets got rid of Shea Stadium. I really wish I could find all my old Legos.

I am bipedal, aphotosynthetic, and a quarter Hungarian.
What I’m doing with my life
Doctoring; formerly lawyering.
I’m really good at
Running long distances; collapsing on the floor after running long distances.
The first things people usually notice about me
Jew fro or lack of Jew fro, depending on when my last haircut was.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
(a) Catch-22; The World According to Garp; A Confederacy of Dunces; Slaughterhouse Five; A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius.

(b) Back to the Future; The Squid and the Whale; Office Space; Amelie; Dodgeball.

(c) Everything by They Might Be Giants; rock and roll from the 1970s.

(d) These chicken parmesan calzones this one place in Massachusetts makes; vegetables. Gummiberry juice.
Six things I could never do without
Running shoes, computer, books, baseball, math. And I guess a toothbrush.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm worried someone might read "math" as "meth" in my "six things" above.
You should message me if
Go for it.
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