Hometown: Salem CT
July 8, 2010
That there will be greater open-mindedness than is generally found in either the urban/academic environment or the rural/traditional environment. An activity or discussion is best when the subject-matter is real-world.
I have built everything from outhouses to high-rises. I am a member of the Harvard Club of New York (active), MENSA (inactive), Safari Club International (Life) and the Screen Actors Guild (SAG/AFTRA). I once held a Professional Boxing Manager's license. I've been to Africa 6 times.
No doubt. Don't know if anyone else would be interested though. 1) Why the trend toward veganism when if implemented globally, it would have devastating environmental and cultural consequences? 2) Why the "exotic other" has so much appeal? ...
Highly intellectual or intensely physical. I do a lot of lectures with my group, but would enjoy more physical stuff. With the two combined, you've really got something. No interest in sports (except boxing) or pop, abstract, post-modernist or techno-culture.
Over thirty years ago, I came to understand that “the only source of knowledge is experience”, but unlike that quote's author (A.E.), I applied it to my life. I run The Cambridge Moveable Feast meet-up: http://www.meetup...