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My self-summary
I can best describe myself by telling you about some of the things that I'm passionate about. Writing is a passion of mine. If you really put your mind to it, it can fire the imagination and sweep you away to distant worlds, long lost gilded eras and make distant historical figures spring to life as if they were still here.

Mostly, I like to write about ideas and events and how they enchanted, effected or inspired the lives of everyday people both today and in the past. I've published on everything from the tragic fall of Guatemala's government sixty years ago to the ideas that shaped American society in the 1950s. Lately, when not in hot pursuit of my law license, I've been writing on projects about psychology, corporate crime and even a couple of adventure stories. One of these days, I should probably get around to writing a romance novel...

I finished law school and moved back the city after a long time away. See the world is also a passion of mine. I've traveled far and wide for work and for school. My favorite places so far have been Munich and Strasbourg, both for their sense of warmth and atmosphere. I'm also fond of London for both its sweeping scale and its culture.

Among my pet peeves are superficiality, late trains, bar exams and people with inflated egos. I’m working downtown at the moment and I think am finally getting used to the long early morning commutes.
What I’m doing with my life
I was recently called to the bar and I'm embarking on a legal career.
I’m really good at
Writing, public speaking, dreaming and making people laugh
The first things people usually notice about me
People have always told me that its my voice
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Anything on law, politics or modern US/European history, specifically Ghost Wars, Devil in the White City and Memoirs of a Geisha

Movies: Blade Runner for its sense of atmosphere

Citizen Kane for being so far ahead of its time

The Wizard of Oz for its heart

The Third Man for its sense of mystery

The Lives of Others for its emotion

Black Rain for its story

Dark City for its ending

TV: News junkie! Though I also enjoy the First 48, The Daily Show and the occasional baseball game
Six things I could never do without
Internet, books, family, blue sky, summertime and humour but not usually in that order
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Dreaming up short stories, thinking about far away places
On a typical Friday night I am
Usually with family, but on a warm summer evening I'll likely be enjoying an iced tea on the backyard deck
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
You will likely have to ask me about that one:)
You should message me if
You are a genuine, thoughtful and engaging person with interesting goals, broad interests and a desire for intelligent conversation.
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