A man of the future with old school sensibilities. Prefer a Sapphire Martini or bourbon neat to a Vodka Red Bull. Give me rare steaks and Delta Blues over tofu and Dave Matthews. The best cars were made before 1975, in fact my goal is to own a block-long convertible Cadillac (with or without Boss Hogg steer horns on the grill). Even with my old school predilections, I'm still a huge pop culture nerd and would be the Ken Jennings of Rock Jeopardy...if that show still existed.
Oh, and I occasionally rock a beard, but not in a dirty hippie way...more in a Hemingway drunk on Rioja at a bullfight kinda way.
I recently moved to the area from San Diego, so getting used to the cold has been a challenge. It also means I don't know anyone, so if I was being dramatic I could say I'm cold and alone ;) But, I'm totally not like that, I've always been very independent and self-sufficient, probably to my detriment.
I used to work as an attorney, but please don't hold that against me. In fact if you have a good attorney joke send it along...I agree most of us are a*holes (myself excluded of course).
I love to make people laugh, and have been known to talk a little sh** to my close friends. Sarcasm is how I roll. I would have been world-class on that Yo Mama show. I crave good conversation...on everything from Middle East politics to the best zombie movie (which is probably Dead/Alive, but I'm willing to listen to reasonable argument).
My Netflix queue is unruly...if I stopped adding titles now, I would be through it sometime in 2039.
Dudes in fedoras and skinny jeans that ironically drink PBR make me laugh. The fact that snapbacks are back makes me feel old.
As for who I'm looking for, I really dig intelligent women, who are not just "book smart" but worldly and cultured as well. Make an obscure reference to a little-known movie or song...you'll have me in the palm of your hand.
Physically, I think any type of woman can catch my eye, but I tend to go for a more curvy type. Women should look like women...I guess I would have been a happy man in the 50s & 60s (hello Joan Holloway).
That's all I got for now...I'd be happy to fill in the blanks if you ask nicely (at least a pretty please, and maybe with sugar on top).
Conversation Starters (i.e. what you'd like to do on a first date...)
* Coffee dates are good - it's early, you get to actually talk to someone and sit outside, and if it totally bombs you still have the rest of your day to entertain yourself. On the flip, if it is instant chemistry, maybe the date can extend into lunch/strolling/shopping/bareknuckle boxing/whatever.