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39 / M / Straight / Single
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- Yesterday – 5:03pm
- 5′ 9″ (1.75m)
- Body Type
- Strictly anything
- Virgo, but it doesn’t matter
- Dropped out of university
- Art / Music / Writing
- Relationship Type
- Doesn’t have kids
- Dislikes cats
Currently getting a commercial music business off the ground.
In the non-profit arts world, I direct and play in my ensemble that composes and performs live scores for strange dance and theatre productions. Aaand I play in a country/rock/folk band for fun (and apparently licensing), and I'm trying to start a sort of Nick Cave-y/Leonard Cohen-esque band with some other guys. I also keep a foot in the bar/restaurant industry—my second love—cuz if you're in you get free drinks and oysters, and the chefs send you out cool stuff (last time it was a corn dog with housemade chicken sausage served with jalapeno mayo).
*just to clarify: I like being wrong and learning new things—I'm not a know-it-all that has to be right; I just know stuff.
In the theatre, the last few I've seen: World's End and The Grand Master at the Nitehawk. Gravity. And as of this Friday, 12/20, I will have seen Inside Llewyn Davis.
(Update: too busy. Didn't happen.)
At home: just saw Roadhouse and American Gigolo, each for the first time. Over Thanksgiving, at my folks, I watched the shockingly identical movies, White House Down and Olympus Has Fallen.
All times: obvious ones (Coppola, Tarantino, Miyazaki, Pixar, Batmans, Leone, Argento, etc.) others (I love Beer Fest and Hostel). I hate Terms of Endearment, but it consistently makes me tear up. So does Up! but that's a good movie.
Current: Treme (does anyone else think it might be better than the Wire?), Archer, Bob's Burgers, Nathan For You (funniest thing I've seen in a long time)
Forever: Roseanne, The Mighty Boosh, Mr. Show, Moonlighting, all Whedon
Recently in the phone: Your Funeral My Trial and Let Love In by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, You Don't Mess Around With Jim by Jim Croce, Vintage Violence and Fear by John Cale, Wings of Joy by Cranes, To Bring You My Love by PJ Harvey, Les Miserables Original London Cast Recording (the one I grew up with), Can I Have My Money Back by Gerry Rafferty, and Lola versus Powerman and the Moneygoround by The Kinks.
Three best in my neighborhood: Allswell, Lighthouse, Miller's Tavern
Always go to Walter Foods.
2. Some decent wine with dinner.
3. Something to read.
4. Cool dudes and ladies to hang out with.
5. My new nephew. (Well, my family in general.)
6. Someone with a smart phone around so no one ever has to have a stupid bar argument again, ever.
Also, can I plan the bike ride to Montauk with a few friends this summer where when we get there there are already a few other friends waiting in a beach house with the grills grilling and the coolers cooling?
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