About me: Ricardo Arturo Pulgar

July 15, 2007 09:17
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About me: Ricardo Arturo Pulgar

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TRY ONE YOURSELF>>> Age: 26 Residence: Santiago, Chile Married? With children? Bachelor Occupation: Economist Education: University Pets: No Religious affiliation / observance: Protestant Last person / party I voted for: Not inscribed yet Next person / party I will vote for: Hopefully Ehud Barak My history (100 words max): I was born in 1981. I studied at an Antroposophical school, and then Economics Family history (100 words max): I have 2 parents, Ricardo who is a consultant, and Paz, a professor. Both of them are Roman Catholics (I converted into Protestantism when I was 16) My connection with Israel: My love for Israel started in 2005, when I traveled there a few months after losing the woman I loved. Israel gave me a new hope, and thus I want to return. I love the Israeli climate, history, places, and people, and especially I love Israeli women On Friday night... By now, doing my thesis What I would take with me to a deserted island: A book of poetry Last book I read was: The Lady of Shallot (Lord Alfred Tennyson) Comfort food: Italian, French, Argentinian, Kosher My life five years from now: Living in Israel for some years, and afterward acquiring an Israeli citizenship (I'm not a Jew, thus I cannot make aliya), working in Tel Aviv, and being happy and in love again, this time with an Israeli woman Happiness: 1-10 (10 being the happiest) 8 TRY ONE YOURSELF>>> Meet all 'About Me' participants

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