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Last online
Nov 1
6' 2" (1.88m)
Body Type
Catholicism but it’s not important
Doesn’t have kids
English (Fluently)
My self-summary
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I'm a 27 year old guy living out in East Boston. I'm pretty terrible at talking about myself, and I much prefer to listen to someone else's story than to tell my own, but I'll give it a shot here. I've been devoting myself to my work over the last year and am finally starting to get some free time again, so I thought I'd put myself out there. Send me a message if you want to talk and get to know me a little better.
What I’m doing with my life
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I am currently a graduate student in Boston University's Masters of Medical Science program. The ultimate goal is to get into medical school, but for the next year I'm doing research for my thesis at Boston Medical Center working on educating patients in an effort to reduce the number of times they wind up back in the hospital.

I'm a TA for an EMT certification program and have been teaching or a little over two years now. The material is really interesting and my students are pretty entertaining. I am also planning on tutoring students who are first years in my Masters program taking their first histology course.

Although I'm a busy guy, I always try and make time for my friends.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I'm good at talking to people, but I am really good at listening. It's something I get from my grandfather. I love to listen to people talk, just making small comments or questions, and letting whomever I'm talking to speak their mind.

I also have a deeper-than-most knowledge of computers. I built my own back in high school and keep it upgraded and up to date, although the old girl is getting closer to another upgrade. I was also the director of my IT program back in college. I've got some really funny stories from that if you want a good laugh. This has, however, earned me the illustrious position of Family IT Guy, which is as frustrating as it is hilarious.

I'm a pretty good cook, and I love feeding people. That one I get from my grandmother.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I laugh a lot. I generally have a pretty sunny disposition, too. I always try to look on the bright side of things. And I have a really close relationship with my friends and family.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Favorite books: Ok, I'm going to put a lot on the line here. I have a huge guilty pleasure in the Star Wars Expanded Universe. Haven't been keeping up on it much, but I used to have an encyclopedic knowledge of it. Besides that, I've been really getting into medical history. I know, wildly divergent genres, but there you go.

Movies: Love the Star Wars Original Trilogy. I also enjoy some classics. Casablanca is awesome. So is Citizen Cane. Pulp Fiction is up there as well because I love the dialogue. I also tend to love movies where you really get an emotional reaction towards the characters.

Shows: To be honest, I don't want a lot of TV. The closest I suppose I get is YouTube, which consists of an eclectic mix of science channels, nerd culture, and a couple of Internet entertainment companies like Rooster Teeth.

Music: I usually only listen to music for something in the background. I tend to like classical or electronica for that. If it has words, I tend to focus on them too much and not enough on what I am doing at the moment.

Food: I actually love to cook. Most nights I just throw something together, but when I find a new recipe to try out, hold on to your hats, because I am going all out! Everyone in my office will soon know that all too well when I finally go apple picking and make homemade apple cider donuts.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
#1: Something to read. Whether it be a book, a scientific paper, an article online, anything really. In a world with nothing else, I would be satisfied with literature.

#2: My family. They really are a hoot. Just the right mix of fun, interesting, and crazy.

#3: My friends. We've been together through thick and thin, and I know they're always there for me.

#4: The internet. I quite enjoy the ability to do and find and figure out everything. It's amazing sometimes to thing about what's out there.

#5: A desire to learn and to figure things out. I just wouldn't be the same person if I wasn't so curious.

#6: Since I'm running out of essentials, I'm going to cop-out and get technical - food, water, and shelter.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Honestly, it's a mix. On a normal day, I might just be thinking about my plans for the weekend, what I have to do at work, what I'm going to have for dinner, you know, mundane stuff. But if I really want to have a good thing, really sit down and ponder, I tend to think of the really big stuff: the physics of the Universe, how life came to be, how a cell works, how a solar system works, etc.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Either hanging out with my friends in my apartment, at their place, or at a bar. We're pretty low key. I don't dance very well, so when I do go out dancing it usually takes a bit of convincing. I also like going out for movies, out to dinner, ice skating in the winter, and a lot of other things.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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The most private thing I'm willing to admit? This seems like the interview question "What is your worst quality?" But let's give it a try...

There's plenty of things that I will admit to someone I know, but since I haven't had the pleasure of meeting you yet, let's go with: I sucked my thumb way too long. Like, into grade school long. Not sure why, and it cost my parents quite a bit for the braces.
You should message me if
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You should message me if you want to find out more about me, if you think we would have fun together, or if you just want to talk. Can't wait to hear from you!