Like everyone else, I think I'm pretty normal. Raised in the suburbs; moved to the city after college. Scrambled around doing many many many odd jobs (if you've ever made a donation to a door-to-door canvasser, registered to vote on a street corner, met Clifford the big red dog, or attended a local school board, city council meeting, high school sporting event, or a committee meeting at the state capitol, there's a chance we've already met) before finding a career.
Anyway, now that I no longer work evenings or weekends (see above) I like to meet some people who'd like to see art exhibits, plays, concerts, and improv shows with me. If all goes well, we could work up to trying a dinner date. (It's come to my attention that eating isn't my strong suit in the manliness department). Also, in case you're already absolutely floored by what you've read and champing a the bit to compose an email to me, I should mention that I'm not particularly jewish. By that, I mean that I'm a non-practicing unitarian who's been told that I "look jewish" due to a vague resemblence to the actor on "NUMB3RS." I' ve also been told that I should "stop being such a jew," whatever the heck that means.
My normal hobbies include reading, following politics, running, skiing, and crossword puzzles. (All terrible dates, I know.) I also like to travel, though I haven't done as much as I'd like. So I guess I'm looking for a partner in crime, someone who is serious when necessary but enjoys the silly stuff when it comes up. Sorry if this isn't much to go on, but it seems to me that aside from some fairly strict dealbreakers, the best thing to do is meet to do something fun and see if we click. And I'm game for most anything. Let's see what happens.