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My self-summary
***No women were harmed in the making of this profile.***

For rent: Tall, dark, karaoking, swing dancing Lance Armstrong impersonator is available on selected evenings. Call soon. Seating is limited.

Standard services include:
1) singing duets to adoring fans
2) arm wrestling to settle our different tastes in music
3) making wishes as we toss pennies into the fountain

Due to lack of demand, the following features are no longer offered:
1) poor hygiene
2) awkward silences
3) soliloquies about wrongs of exes past
4) long boring dinners with endless drivel about work
What I’m doing with my life
For starters, not taking life too seriously. And that applies to dating as well.

My wise uncle once told my teenage self, "If she can reply to your sarcasm with sarcasm instead of getting offended, she's a keeper." If that statement alone offends you, find another poor sap to date. I don't placate low self esteem.

But if you think a good relationship of any form involves an ongoing battle of wits, keep reading, Vizzini.

I'm not the guy who will bring you roses on the first date, praying for an awkward peck on the cheek. I will be the guy who's not afraid to make the first move or to start a pillow fight on Sunday mornings.
I’m really good at
Avoiding parking tickets. I might have acquired secondhand diplomatic immunity.

Figuring out the chord structures to snogs without reading the sheet music. I guess God wanted me to be a guitar player. (Sorry, ladies. No guitar.)

And saying what everybody else is thinking.
The first things people usually notice about me
My deep voice. Back in Junior High I used to impersonate people's dads on the phone. "Jimmy can't some to school today because he's not feeling well."
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
50 Shades of Grey, The Women's Room, Atlas Shrugged, The Communist Manifesto.

Oh wait, this is serious?

Ok for real:
Outliers, Blink, Power of Habit, Freakonomics, Predictably Irrational, The Signal And the Noise, Moneyball, The Big Short, The Power of Habit, When Genius Failed - The Rise and Fall of LTCM.

And yes, I enjoyed Fight Club. Get over it.

For music, too many to list here. If I have to run to the piano to bang out the chord structure, it's probably a good song. My playlist includes everything from Brahms and Frank Sinatra, to Moby and Deadmau5.
Six things I could never do without
1) Electricity
2) The Wheel
3) The West Wing
4) Irreverence
5) iPhone
6) zombies

(Ok, I put the last two down because I was told that iphone and zombies are the most searched for in OK Cupid. I'll say iphone and zombies one more time so the search engine smiles down upon me ;-)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How life would be more interesting if we got rid of small talk.
Check this out:

This is from a real-life behavioral economist, Dan Ariely, and nobody knows romance better than economists.
On a typical Friday night I am
Going out with old friends and making new ones.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I don't care about sports... at all.
You should message me if
1) You think that dates should be sexy.
2) You usually agree with Dan Savage
3) You are a fan of XKCD.
4) You'll be Beatrice to my Benedick.
The two of us