American mom. Israeli dad. Born there and moved when I was 5 to the cultural epicenter of the United States: Ohio. Obviously that makes me one amazing international man of mystery. Or more likely a Midwestern-values kind of guy with a bit more of a direct style of personality.
Fun fact: I've had the best sushi in the world. It's at the fish market in Tokyo... and you have to go as soon as it opens, like 4am. You wouldn't think you really want sushi then, but stay up all night and it's just like 2nd dinner. Maybe 3rd.
In my opinion, life is all about searching for those unforgettable experiences with your friends and finding out what matters to you along the way. Like the time I took my best friend skydiving two days before his wedding night. Then we had Brazilian BBQ... you know, the kind where they keep bringing various skewered meat to the table and you choose what you like. He loves adventure and eating, so yeah, I'm pretty much the most awesome best man ever.
I love playing drums. I'm good at finding cheesy 80s songs and redoing them with my band in a melt-your-face-punk- rock-edgy style. You should come to our next show.
My best friend since 8th grade convinced me to move to California a few years ago for graduate school at Stanford. Afterwards, I stuck around to take a risk at a startup. Hey, worst case scenario, I could go back to flipping spatulas at the cheesesteak place I worked at growing up in Ohio. We'll call that "Plan C" for cheesesteak.
I used to think I wouldn't tell people if I met someone here. However, I have a philosophy of not lying about even little things like this, so if someone asks where we met, I'll lay it on them. Like what I have to say? You should message me if you're at least 78% awesome. Here's a hint: "hi" or "how are you" doesn't quite make the cut.
Oh, and I don't understand where this whole girls posing with mustaches trend came from... but it freaks me the junk out. Make it stop, people.