34 Brooklyn, NY
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My self-summary
I'm constantly awestruck... Riding my bike over a bridge in New York City. Looking out the window in a plane... Riding in the front subway car.. Seeing a stranger help another stranger.. Seeing a blind man take the subway... Having a Shake Shack burger... Climbing a mountain and seeing the beautiful view... Riding a motorcycle on a highway.. Diving into a big wave that seems like it could take you away... Running the New York City marathon (and dancing in front of my family and friends near the finish line).
What I’m doing with my life
After a slew of oddjobs from driving a pedicab to mannying to being a ballboy at the US Open to working at NY1 News, I'm taking engineering classes, so I can finally make some of the ideas that I've dreamt about. After wishing I went to public school my whole life (so I could relate to John Hughes and high school movies better), I'm finally attending one. Currently in a Green Manufacturing and Technology program at City Tech--a CUNY school in Brooklyn.
I’m really good at
Museum going. Giving good phone and leaving horrible voicemails. Flying standby (my mom's a flight attendant). People watching. Devouring breakfast sandwiches. Navigating the subway. I've been lazy lately, but I like to think I make a mean omelette.
The first things people usually notice about me
I have a lot of space in between my teeth (So stand back!) and I like to ask questions. That I don't have a Boston accent even though I grew up outside of Boston.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
This portion was way too long, so I'm going minimalist... Probably a lot of the same things you like.

I love it when you find a book that you race home to finish. Unfortunately, my room is littered with many that I haven't finished. It's a source of anguish.

Even though I'm going minimalist, Bill Murray needs to be mentioned as he always should be.
The six things I could never do without
(1) some way to write stuff down (can't believe I strayed from pencils for so long) (2) daydreams (3) fun socks (4) camera (5) my Casio (6) bicycle or some way to feel like I'm going fast

Overtime: Calexico, a radio to listen to WNYC
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Million dollar ideas... What fun thing in New York should I go to? My next motorcycle. Time. Friends. Family. Which subway car will the pretty girl be on? Will I make it there on time? Should I have pumped up the tires on my bike? How can I break into the Domino Sugar Factory... or go see the Underbelly Project
On a typical Friday night I am
I have class on Saturdays right now, so lately I've been going to Trader Joe's to stock up and then I pig out at home. Last Friday, I went to the Bulgarian Disco and it was amazing as always
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I think I've cried every time that I've listened to The Moth Radio Hour. I love black licorice... I know it grosses most people out, but it may be my favorite candy. I hope you don't like black licorice so I don't have to share it with you, but if you do, I will.
I own a WNYC tote, and I love it. However, I really can't find a way to use it because it would really be a man-purse.
You should message me if
- You want to go do something neat in New York and beyond.
- You know a great karaoke song for a guy with no range to sing. Have a best friend's wedding coming up and karaoke is the main event.
- You wanna go for a bike ride.
- You know how to break in to the Domino Sugar Factory and want to take me along (I'll bring Cliff Bars, flashlights and champagne)
-You can put a good word in to the fantastic people that orchestrated the Domino Sugar Factor tour above. They're called Wanderlust
- You're worried that being on OkCupid may be futile because it takes the romance out of our "meet-cute" and thus shatters our hopes for "true love."
- You know how I can see this in person and you are kind of disgusted that I want to watch people box (because I am.)
- You wanna go on this tour and meet Curtis Sliwa! (You'd probably only know who Curtis Sliwa is if you're a New York news junkie, so don't worry)
-You want to make man/womankind better -- Let's go remove the speakers from ice cream trucks.