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  • Michael, 37 from Harrison, NY
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    37, Harrison, NY
    Religion and family are very important to me. I would love to find someone who shares the same values on life and family as I have - who enjoys life to the fullest, finding fulfillment in the smallest things and trusting that all one needs is hope, faith and love of God and happiness will be at their doorstep. I tend to be laid back and easy to get along with. I live and work just north of NYC but enjoy going into the City to catch a show, have dinner or go to a mueseum. So, if you have any questions or are interested in getting to know me, feel free to send me an e-mail.
  • Peter, 51 from Harrison, NY
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    51, Harrison, NY
  • Don, 79 from Harrison, NY
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    79, Harrison, NY
  • Thomas, 28 from Harrison, NY
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    28, Harrison, NY
    I spend most of my time reading, writing, watching comedies (I love South Park, Woody Allen, Jane Austen adaptions, The Evil Dead franchise, Veep, Trailer Park Boys, you get the point), running, playing any sport, enjoying the outdoors, listening to or playing music, spending time with family and friends. Ask me how many cousins I have, and you'll get a different answer every time. The point is there are a lot of them. I love telling jokes, but I've only got a few. I speak English well, but sarcasm better. I sometimes try to write fiction, and I think it's probably terrible, but I can't stop trying. Seriously, I can't stop. I'm always working on some nonsense. I teach high school (teenagers are seriously not that challenging, my students make me laugh at least ten times a day), and I love introducing students to great literature that challenges how they see the world and themselves. Every year I try to figure out Kafka, and sometimes I think I actually do (if you can explain The Castle to me, I want to talk to you). I enjoy teaching students to debate and write arguments, but great literature is my real passion. Give me some book recommendations, or tell me about a movie I have to watch.