(this is his dominant personality type)
(he also shows elements of this type)
Leave off asking what tomorrow will bring, and whatever days fortune will give, count them as profit
He is a tough-minded, independent thinker who likes to explore ideas or problems thoroughly. Yet he has a wild side and is not interested in maintaining routine social engagements either.
He gravitates to men and women who are intellectually exciting and like to discuss topics broadly and thoroughly.
He tends to like someone who is spontaneous, even mischievous, as well as a mate who can appreciate his rugged individualism and support of his drive to succeed.
A few excerpts from his personality test:
- People should behave according to established standards of proper conduct
- I highly value deep emotional intimacy in my relationships
- It is important to respect authority
His 12 interests
in his own words...
This world that, I think, was custom-made for explorers--there's always a new place to see, a new text to delve into, a new experience to enjoy. I'm love new things, whether that's exploring my newly adoptive city (Hey SF!) or criss-crossing the world (and failing, this time around, to find the Loch Ness Monster, outside of the gift shops), or reading a good book (Hey Game of Thrones!) or reading about a place I'll probably never go, but hey maybe I will (Hey, The Economist!). I'm mostly pretty fearless, except when it's dark and I'm lost in a sketchy neighborhood of a city where I don't speak the language, I have no phone, and there's not a taxi in sight (true story!). Or listening to a new song or seeing a new play. So a little about me: I'm a lawyer (I'll buy you a coffee if you can tell me one I haven't heard), with an interest in white collar crime issues (usually involving rich people who are getting coal from Santa this and every year). This sends me to exotic places like Lompoc and San Quentin and Alderson (of Martha Stewart fame). Sure, that sounds boring, but let me tell you about the time Frederic Bourke (of the comedy duo (I think?) Dooney and Bourke) did some business with a guy who went by the nickname the "Pirate of Prague" and for some reason this was a bad idea? Or when Walmart decided to get quite friendly with some of its BFFs in the Mexican government? When I'm not exploring or lawyering or reading, I love looking at and collecting old maps. I almost pulled the trigger on a page from Shakespeare's Third Folio from the 1660s at the Antiquarian Fair (which is a gathering of sellers of ye olde books and ye olde maps) this past February, but couldn't quite do it.
- Live alone
- Single (never been married)
- I'd prefer to share this information with my matches later.
- Dark brown
What he's looking for:
- 22 - 28
- Single (never been married)
- Not at all
- Hispanic/Latino or Spanish origin
- Middle Eastern
- Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander
- Bachelors degree
- Graduate or professional degree
- PhD / Post Doctoral