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29 Salt Lake City, UT Man


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  • Ages 22–35
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5' 11" (1.80m)
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Post grad
Doesn’t have kids
Has cats
My self-summary
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I will have been in Salt Lake for 5 years in Feb. I've been on and off of here for almost that whole time. Not particularly proud of that, but it is what it is and whatever, it's been fun. As I near 30 I start wondering if I should get more serious about life...

I have a great job in the symphony; essentially exactly what I aspired to in school. But I miss the East Coast sometimes (DC native). My hours are often light but odd (I work almost every Fri and Sat night, so lets hang out on Tuesday afternoon?).

My political views are liberal. My sense of humor is dry, but I like to think I'm hilarious if you get that kind of humor. I enjoy the occasional hike and/or ski day (warning, I'm not a good skier), but have come to realize that I'm nowhere near outdoorsey compared to most people in this area of the country.
What I’m doing with my life
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Playing incredible music written by dead white guys
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
realizing when real-life situations have already occurred on The Simpsons
The first things people usually notice about me
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bulging muscles, obviously
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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I tend to wait until there are several seasons of a TV show on Netflix before I watch it. Makes it easier to binge. Recently I've been catching up on The Walking Dead, Sons of Anarchy, and Parks and Recreation.

Music: classical music, especially symphonic and string quartet. Beethoven quartets and Mahler symphonies. Right now exploring symphonies by Sibelius. Minimalism, particularly Arvo Part and Steve Reich. Going through a Porcupine Tree/Steven Wilson phase right now. I like accessible prog like that, but also some of the less accessible. I was obsessed with Scandinavian metal bands in high school. I can't say I've necessarily gotten that out of my system yet, but I usually pretend that I have to avoid weirding people out. Yes, King Crimson, Hendrix, Floyd, Zeppelin, 90s rock from my childhood...

Books about music (Indivisible by Four, and I've been meaning to read The Rest is Noise, by Alex Ross) and other nonfiction mostly, dabbling into crime/mystery now and then. Moneyball the book was way better than the movie.

Movies: Anything Coen Bros. Dogma, Chinatown, Zombieland, anything good, ridiculous, or bad enough to laugh at. Anyone remember Good Burger?

I like spicy food...
The six things I could never do without
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sarcasm, loud and long 19th century symphonic masterpieces, rock music that isn't auto-tuned, twisted cartoon shows, Belgian beer, and according to my calculations one more thing
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
which six things I could never do without
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
see "What I'm doing with my life," usually followed by an adult beverage or two.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I know more of the words to "Fuck the Police" than you might expect
You should message me if
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you don't think classical music is lame. Generally I like to meet someone pretty soon after we've been in contact. I find that too much online banter can create false images in the minds of both parties. That said, if you feel the opposite, maybe we can meet in the middle.