I grew up in a country that doesn't exist. But it's ok because
there is another country that's named after me. Don't believe
historians that will tell you otherwise. They have a well-known
liberal bias. I, on other hand, put "Russian" back into
"rationality." When I was a small kid, I befriended a few gypsies.
We rode around on trains and read peoples palms for fun and profit,
causing trouble. I got my first electronic music tape from some
other shady characters on the trains that were illegally selling
Western music. Around that time I wrote my first computer program
with help of my dad. When shit hit the fan, I was a teen. My family
barely escaped all the splashes by immigrated to Free Country USA
with $200 and 300 words of English between all of us.
Recently, destiny surprised me by revealing the significance of
those childhood events as well as the country dedicated to me.
Meanwhile, I'm a grown man. Therefore I enjoy building meaningful
long-term connections with sexy intelligent women. In my
interactions with them, I have rejected my fear. It's not a part of
my life. I come from place of love. That, of course, doesn't mean
that I won't tease and bust your balls at every opportunity. I live
a laid-back lifestyle with focus on beauty, creativity, comfort,
community, adventure with a sprinkle of extremism. That doesn't
stop me from being driven and ambitious in my career. I always want
to make the success look and feel easy. My other important goal is
to surround myself with a community of distinctly free-thinking
sex-positive individuals with open minds, passionate hearts and
present personal integrity. If you're such person, come on! Let's
What I’m doing with my life
Making rapper names for everybody, mostly. Also, droping BBBB's
(big bad balkan bombs) on unsuspecting dancefloors; playing
outdoors; rocking a nine-to-fiver; learning as much as possible
about hacking and information security; training to do a
hand-stand; spending quality time with friends, lovers and
I’m really good at
Picking out awesomely hot clothes that fit perfectly for my
girlfriends at the thrift store; picking out the right track at the
right time to make the dancefloor go kaboooom!.. shamelessly
plowing through any awckward situations
The first things people usually notice about me
"Where are you from?" is usually the first thing people ask me. So,
I'm guessing the first thing they notice is my sexy accent.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Musically, I like to merge my passion for electronic whompah
thumpas with my eastern european heritage. So Balkan Gypsy brass
orchestra meets West Coast mid-tempo bass kind of deal. I have a
few books that are my favorite from various disciplines. The one
most relevant to this context is probably "Mastery of Love" by Don
Migel Ruiz. Some of the ideas he expresses there had a profound
impact on my life. I don't really watch shows or movies much. As
for food, some rear lean steak, blackberries and sake is a great
meal for me. But I'm down to try out other stuff and fancy shmancy
The six things I could never do without
4) Dance music
6) Interwebs/my lappy
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How to automate or delegate everything that's does not require my
my unique abilities.
On a typical Friday night I am
Prefunking with a couple of people, grilling on the balcony while
spying on people living in glass sky scraper a few blocks away.
Then going out and dancing. If it's a rager, brining back a few
people to after party, grilling, polishing the bottles, banging
techno. Oh, wait... That's what I wish was my typical Friday were.
Actually, I often stay home to tweak knobs and dork out with my
computer . Damn it, I'm never gonna find a girlfriend:)
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I own more pillows than anyone you know.
You should message me if
Soon I'll cash out the 401k and use the $ to move to Balkans, buy a
caravan, hire a bunch of gypsies and start a traveling circus. I'm
looking for a side-show. So if you're a sword-swallower or, you
know, a snake charmer or pole-vaulter or anything like that, hit me
up. Tell me what your freaky talent is.