Just another radical leftist, chassidishe lawyer. How to distinguish myself? Perhaps a brief list of random biographical details? (Apparently this dialogue box doesn't recognize line or paragraph breaks; excuse the format). 1) I attended a Buddhist University freshman year of college (though I was never Buddhist). 2) I ran a soup kitchen out of my apartment, called "Food Not Bombs.". 3) I'm an alumnus of my law school's affirmative action program, as a socioeconomically disadvantaged white person (is any lawyer "socioeconomically disadvantaged"?). 4) I helped to organize the criminal defense for the Occupy Wall Street movement. 5) I converted to Judaism, from Judaism. Perhap a brief list of contradictory preferences and hobbies? 1) I read both chitas (Chumash, Tehillim, and Tanya) and the New York Times daily. If time permits, I also try to review a little halacha or Pirkei Avot, and the New Yorker. 2) I incessantly listen to NPR, or chassidishe lectures, or the random assortment of CDs in my car (Carlebach, Wu-Tang, Aretha Franklin, etc...), or my classic rock/jazz vinyl collection. 3) I'm a radical feminist, and try to fulfill mitzvahs that are particularly significant for women (I bake challah at least every other week). Accordingly, I'm probably not your bashert, but I hope I've offered a few seconds of entertainment.