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  • Single, Woman seeking a Man
  • 36 years old from San Francisco, CA
  • Logged in: 1 day ago
  • Last Update: 3/26/2015
Have kids:
None
Wants kids:
Not sure
Height:
5' 6" (168 cm)
Religion:
Reform
Smoke:
Non-Smoker
Education:
Master's Degree
Occupation:
Medical/Health/…
Synagogue:
Sometimes
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Forward/ disclaimer: I don't do the extensive writing back and forth thing. Chemistry can't be found online...It's all projection anyways. If you or I think we'll hit it off, let's just grab a drink or take a quick walk. ----------- This is what I'm looking for: I imagine going about my day and my partner going about his day and then we come together at the end of the day and we talk about how ridiculous our days were, and how we may have acted in awkward ways and sometimes ways and sometimes heroic ways. And then we tell eachother 'you did today just right'. And then we both have a clean slate and a sharper piece of chalk for the next day. And that's it. I recently moved (back) to San Francisco from Portland. Looking for friends and/or more-than-friends. I can't help it but I cringe when people misspell words. In fact, correct spelling and a general appreciation for grammar are a litmus test as far as this online shopping (for men) process goes. However, I couldn't quite remember if misspell had one 's' or two so I had to look it up:) I'm a lover of the outdoors (and activities) in general, snow-capped mountains (and activities) in particular. I've traveled quite a bit, and ski/snowboard-bummed quite a bit, and bar-hopped quite a bit. These days I've gained a new appreciation for sleeping in and going to Costco. And sharing a laugh. I have big ideas and come up with stellar inventions. Very often using models in the form of triangles or pyramids to explain my complex meta-theories on topics I know nothing about. Movies/books/music: I think that M. Night Shyamalanmalam is the worst director/producer that has ever lived. I have a similar distaste for Michael Franti, but I'm not exactly sure why. I'm sometimes/ often curious about the whereabouts of my favorite childhood stars. I only just recently realized that the ABC ditty and Twinkle Twinkle Little Star is the same damn song. I'm probably the only jew you know who has a deep appreciation for old school gospel music (hello--Mahalia Jackson?).

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