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DIRECTOR

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SECONDARY

Negotiator

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Hugo

31 | San Francisco, California

And then you thought to yourself, "This Headline is Compelling."

He is an analytical, focused and independent thinker with a deep interest in how the world works. He quickly grasps patterns and relationships and sees the many sides of any complex issue.

He likes to engage his friends and family with rigorous, theoretical and broad discussions that can be highly entertaining and informative.

He seeks a mind mate. He likes individuals who want to play with abstract ideas and explore the complex ways the world works.

A few excerpts from his personality test:

  • People should behave according to established standards of proper conduct
  • I am intrigued by rules and patterns that govern systems
  • I am very empathetic

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in his own words...

After several attempts at an amazing start: a statement that will prove me the clever, interesting character everyone would love to have a drink with, I am definitely thankful I did not pursue a career in advertising. To give an account of me...what a task! I often go out of my way to -avoid- talking about myself. It seems a bit of an odd thing to do. In any case, what to say? I consider myself a pretty decent person, ethically speaking. I have a generally friendly disposition and I enjoy listening. I have a profound love of Jazz. I generally love everything from Duke Ellington to Miles Davis. Coltrane can be a little hard to listen to, though, unless I am drawing or looking at something by Jackson Pollock. I like Ben Webster, Bean and Sachtmo especially. I feel really fortunate for having Yoshi's and the yearly festival in SF. My favorite novelists are Dostoyevsky and Albert Camus. I love Gary Larson and Monty Python (the sketch "How to confuse a cat" especially). The closest thing I have to a philosophy about life I would call "absurdism", similar to existentialism but less fatalistic. My best summary of it is a quote by Bob Dylan "I accept chaos. I don't know if it accepts me." Also, I think laughter is key. I played Dilbert for a couple of years after college. I quit a year ago to go into teaching. I plan to do the latter for a year or more if I can defer grad school acceptances for a year... which is unlikely. Oh yeah, I guess have grad school on the horizon, I can't wait to dedicate six years of my life to researching interesting things of no ostensible benefit. Maybe that will be the title of my dissertation: "An Inquiry into Interesting Things of No Ostensible Benefit". I live with a dog. His name is Django. He is a rescue. I got him last year. It's been of a strange transition for me since I had never had a pet in my adult life before him. I love my dog but I am not a dog lover in the obsessively-watching-"The Dog Whisperer"-starting ev

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About him:

  • Living situation:
    • Live with roommate(s)
  • Religious affiliation:
    • Other
  • Relationship history:
    • Single (never been married)
  • Income:
    • $25,001 to $50,000
  • Eye color:
    • Brown
  • Hair color:
    • Bald
  • Ethnic background:
    • Hispanic/Latino or Spanish origin

What he's looking for:

  • Age Range:
    • 24 - 32
  • relationship history:
    • Any
  • smokes:
    • Any
  • Ethnic background:
    • Asian
    • Hispanic/Latino or Spanish origin
    • White/Caucasian
  • Religious affiliation:
    • Any
  • education:
    • Some college
    • Associates / Technical degree
    • Bachelors degree
    • Graduate or professional degree
    • PhD / Post Doctoral