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My self-summary
I am honest, quiet, pensive, thoughtful, curious, and introspective. I like to know how things work.

I like loud music, technology, strong coffee, interesting noises, and black clothing.

I don't mind chopping wood and I don't mind if the money is no good.
What I’m doing with my life
I work for a software company that makes products for the TV and film industry. I travel a lot for work. Many people on OKC seem to brag about their extensive travel, so I'll spare you from that unless you care to hear it.

I'm often doing things with a bicycle: breaking it, fixing it, hopefully riding it.

I'm a musician. I play drums in a band. Synths and guitars are slowly crowding me out of my apartment...
I’m really good at
Troubleshooting problems. Eating all of the popcorn. Persistence (sometimes known as stubbornness). Sprinkling popular music references throughout this profile.
The first things people usually notice about me
I'm not sure. Probably my dry sense of humor. Maybe my impeccable taste in black clothing. (Not really...)

If you're comparing me to my photos on this site, then I guess you're probably noticing that I am no longer bearded or longhaired. I should probably get a new photo.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I am currently reading Mark Rothko's art philosophy book and a collection of Bukowski poetry.

I like a lot of music. Telefon Tel Aviv, Squarepusher, Fiona Apple, Neil Young, and Deftones are a few favorites. I have cultivated an IDM station on Pandora that I'm sure is better than most of the stuff you listen to. Don't think so? Try me.

I don't believe in reincarnation, but if I did, I would want to come back as Missy Elliott.

I like all food, especially if it's spicy. There's an Indian restaurant in my neighborhood that supplies me with a lot of takeout. I drink my coffee black and my whiskey neat like nature intended.

I'm usually behind on my podcast subscriptions: Radiolab, This American Life, 99% Invisible, Lexicon Valley, Freakonomics Radio, Benjamen Walker, way too many...
The six things I could never do without
problems to solve
something to make noise with
time alone to think
music to listen to
something else…
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The drums on Massive Attack records.
John Bonham's kick drum and all of the mandolin parts on Led Zeppelin III.
Why isn't this computer doing what it's supposed to be doing?
How can I afford a bigger apartment so I have more room for synths and guitars?
How do people survive in such impractical shoes?
On a typical Friday night I am
Taking control of the drum machine.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I am shy.
You should message me if
You can harmonize with me whistling the flute part from "Moonage Daydream." You're going to have to be the saxophone.

You read something interesting, intriguing, or infuriating among all those words up there.