About me: Efim Konovalov

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September 25, 2007 11:06
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About me: Efim Konovalov

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TRY ONE YOURSELF>>> Age: 25 Residence: Edmonton, Canada Married? With children? Single Occupation: Student Education: (some) University Pets: 1 cat Religious affiliation / observance: Masorti Last person / party I voted for: confidential Next person / party I will vote for: confidential My history (100 words max): Hello. I lived in Jerusalem for 7 years, and then immigrated to Canada with my parents. I studied Engineering for 2 years, and then transferred to the Faculty of Arts. My interests vary widely; from politics and internaional relations to music and the arts. I love jazz, classical music, and some traditional folk music, though not as much as the previous two genres. I believe in long lasting friendships and strong bonds between people. I think that a lot of wars could have been avoided if people would just minded their own affairs and not interfered with the development of their neighbours, from an international perspective. I also believe in freedom and equality, toleration of ethnic minorities and the pursuit of ambitions, dreams, and aspirations. Elect me for the next round of the UN assembly convention My connection with Israel: I have some relatives there and a deep and profound obsession with this state What I would take with me to a deserted island: A pair of bikinis, for my spouse or common-law, my dental hygiene products, kitchenware, a Swiss knife, and a pack of cigarettes. Nelson, you coming? If I could have dinner with any person in the world it would be: It would be...Mozart in his prime years What angers you: Total disregard of my state of being and people who smoke for no reason. Also, random strangers who feel compelled to $share their advices without letting others speak their minds about matters. What makes you happy: The world and its people Last book I read was: The daVinci Code Comfort food: Falafel be lafa or pita My life five years from now: Roasting my behind and tanning my sexy skin in New Mexico with 5 gals to take care of my physical and emotional needs. To be more realistic, working in a government office or for a private company at some point on the surface of the earth. How's that? You may not like it but I have something controversial to say: Consumerism and warfare are starting to wear their attraction as the next generation cries out for peace, free love and unexplored ways to test the limits of their curiousity and sensuality about their lives and the lives of others Happiness: 1-10 (10 being the happiest) 8 Click here to leave Efim a message TRY ONE YOURSELF>>> Meet all 'About Me' participants

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