I'm 48 but you'd never know it. I look, feel and act like I'm in my 30's. I come off as being ultra-serious but I'm actually a playful wiseass. I'm skinny and in good shape for my age. I'm Jewish but not religious. Never married. No kids. Love animals. Nice guy. Loyal like a dog (shoo, doggie!). Hard to read sometimes. Drink too much cofffee. Have a BA degree in communications. Work at a television station in Milwaukee. Don't make much money (television pays poorly). My career choice hasn't made me rich. No matter because, to me, work is just what you do until you get home at night. IMore about me: I'm smart, quick-witted and "different." I'm not a "party person." I don't do clubs. I like bookstores and libraries. I like literate people, thinkers, creative types. I value individuality. I think most of the comedies on television are unfunny. My favorite movie is Kubrick's "Dr. Strangelove," a comedy that's so dark that some people don't laugh. Being "nice" is nice but being interesting is better. I'd rather spend an evening with an interesting goofball than with a "nice" woman I've got little to say to. My ideal match? "The smart girl with the glasses." A bookstore employee. A librarian. Someone who loves music. An intelligent, well-read, thoughtful, curious, experimental, quick-witted, open-minded woman who isn't all about money, status or "success" who is fine sitting in the cheap seats at the baseball stadium.