Would you date The Current?
In the spirit of Valentines Day, we want The Current to start getting out a bit more. Not the host or the producers, you understand. The Current -- the program itself -- is on the market. Check out The Current's dating profile we've constructed and if you like what you see, get in touch....
In the spirit of Valentines Day, we want The Current to start getting out a bit more. Not the host or the producers, you understand. The Current -- the program itself -- is on the market.
Check out The Current's dating profile we've constructed and if you like what you see, get in touch.
Toronto, Ontario (But available across Canada)
- Last Online
- Online Now
- A lot of coffee
Morning person. Critical thinker. Worldly. Able to have a conversation about just about anything. Seeking a good listener for long-term commitment.
What I'm doing with my life:
Breaking issues down. Rooting out injustice. Shedding new light. Making you think, hopefully. On weekends, I try to enjoy some downtime. Don't ask me where I go. But I'm always there for you online.
What I'm good at:
Getting people to open up to me. Reading between the lines. Making repeated calls to government officials. Looking at all sides of the story. Asking the same question in different ways to get an answer. Sometimes, making you sweat. Lighting up the room. And getting people to scream at their radios (or so I'm told).
What I'm seeking:
An exclusive relationship with a companion who's curious, smart and loyal with a good sense of humour. Someone I can talk to who's not afraid to speak their mind and is open about their feelings. Accountability. Honesty. An emotional connection. A bit of drama. Also: Embattled public figures, heads of state, scientists on the federal payroll. Whistleblowers have a special place in my heart.
Can't speak English? Don't worry, I can hire a translator.
The first things people usually notice about me:
That I don't have a body and I ask a lot of questions.
Something people would be surprised to learn about me:
I'm not always as serious as people think. And I make a mean margarita.
Five things I could never live without:
Really strong coffee. A good connection. Pronouncers. A microphone. A compelling argument.
My biggest pet peeves:
Getting stood up. People who don't return my calls. Computers that freeze at critical moments.
You should contact me if you are:
- Available for a preinterview.
- OK with me being on call pretty much 24/7.
- Stephen Harper.