How about we… break every rule about first dates and get a mess of crabs?
How about we… dodge the riff raff and grab a cocktail at the Norwood private club ? I'm not a member but I got a spot in the guest list.
An awesome place I've visited:
The romance of wine country is never tired - Provence , Tuscany , Napa, even our local Norty Fork and Finger Lakes.
My perfect Sunday:
breakfast at a cozy house in Vermont, surrounded by friends and family, some time on the lake. Simple, delicious dinner from the grill. Bad guitar playing but seriously enthusiastic singing, and quiet time with someone special by the fire.
The movie I've watched the most times:
My life history in 5 sentences or fewer:
I am born and raised in the East Village. You have probably never met anyone who has spent more of their life in a smaller physical radius; but New York is the proverbial river into which the same foot is never set twice. In college i studied psychology , philosophy and drama. I am on the surface a successful entrepreneur, but I am also a struggling artist and lost soul. I have had dark moments in my life - I have moments in life that I at one time regretted, but over time have become an integral part of my
My first concert / My dream concert:
B-52s/Eurythmics - Miles Davis @ The Blue Note
Obscure knowledge I possess:
There may not be enough space to list all of these. Some of them may scare you.
I have a weakness for guys/girls who:
curse a lot, but appropriately.
For me, a first date no-no is:
Splitting the check into infinitesimal particles; telling me about a bazillion food preferences. It's food. Eat it.
What I would bring to show and tell:
A cane my father fashioned from a vacuum cleaner handle he found on the street.
A story you should remind me to tell you on our first date:
The time I chased an armed gunman for three blocks. (Note to self: when chasing an armed gunman, remember to arm yourself first. Or, don't do it)
I secretly want to be:
I want to be with someone who wants to be:
part of a loving family.
An infatuation of mine:
If I won the lottery and quit my job, I would:
I love my job. I would just do it differently. I would definitely snowboard more, and work more towards sharing the entrepreneurial spirit with inner city youth.
One thing my mother would want you to know about me:
That I'm a good son.
I want to come home to:
a smile and a hug. Is there a day in my life that I don't need that? If I get home first I always want a well stocked pantry so I can pick up a quick dish with what's already on hand - pancetta, peas, thyme, the Italian artichoke hearts I have stashed. Perfect for the par-cooked farfalle I set aside from dinner with friends on Sunday.