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26 / M / Straight / Single
- Last Online
- Sep 22
- Body Type
- Mostly anything
- Trying to quit
- Atheism but not too serious about it
- Graduated from college/university
- Entertainment / Media
- Doesn’t have kids
- English, Spanish (Okay), Khmer (Poorly), Korean (Poorly)
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In reality, when I'm mostly procrastinating from completing the above things, I am probably eating some new type of food in the back of some South Asian grocery store, drinking too much coffee, watching movies and listening to radio, drinking a bit of my money away at Fiume, and trying to "make it", so to speak.
I've also good at adapting to situations/environments. I suppose from living in other countries for extended periods of time has given me a kind of freedom in being able to get used to any type of surrounding. Is that even a kind of freedom?
I can actually cook better than most of my peers.
Being sarcastic and comical.
I'd like to say it's my smile/laugh. It's not that it's distinct or anything, but rather that I'm typically in mid-joke or laughing about something with someone.
The other might be the fact that I'm bald. Yes, I started balding at 18, and no it doesn't bother me.
A few authors: David Foster Wallace, John Updike, Norman Mailer, Bukowski (on rare occasions anymore), Philip Roth, Conrad, and hopefully Jonathan Franzen soon. Just finished reading Goodbye, Columbus and thought it was excellent.
Films (not movies!): Too much to list here because it's kinda my thing. But yeah, in random order, some of my favorite films are The Passion of Joan of Arc, Vendredi Soir, Vivre Sa Vie, L'eclisse, Old Joy, Taste of Cherry, Breaking the Waves, The White Ribbon, Sherman's March (McElwee), Paris Texas, The Thin Blue Line, Fast, Cheap and out of Control, Hunger, Alien, Boogie Nights, Fargo, Mouchette, Dead Man, Stranger Than Paradise. Basically anything by Lars Von Trier, Godard (and the New Wave), Kiarostami, Errol Morris, and Michael Haneke. I've been watching a lot of Ross McElwee's doc's lately and am having mixed feelings except for Bright Leaves, which was excellent.
Best film of 2012: Holy Motors (Leos Carax)
Music: Tons of stuff like Beirut, Animal Collective, Do Make Say Think, Fleet Foxes, Arthur Russell, Fleet Foxes, Bowie, Lou Reed, Manitoba/Caribou, Four Tet, American Analog Set, Mogwai, and Tortoise, Pavement, New Order, and Atlas Sound. I've been constantly listening to Dirty Beaches and Deerhunter recently.
I love food! Almost all kinds! Except squid and octopus. I've tried them so many times and I just can't get into eating it. I'm a pretty decent cook!
I also love radio, like This American Life, Radiolab, Wiretap, Unfictional, Planet Money and a million other podcasts. I doubt I go a day without putting one of these shows on.
- Film/Video/Radio Equipment
- A dance floor
- Afternoon trips to a movie theater
- A Passport!
Also, an honorable mention goes to eating Pho, it's pretty incredible.
But less seriously, thinking about writing, how to frame a particular shot, if I should go for a run tomorrow morning, and my next travel/backpacking destination. I've been thinking Central America because I've already spent enough time floating through Asia.
Some honorable mentions include:
- Walking around my apartment in a sarong. My roommates think it's pretty weird, but I love it.
- Being a little too infatuated with REM. Every time I'm at a bar with a jukebox it's always the first thing I look for.
- Girls who like guys
- Ages 21–30
- Located anywhere
- Who are single
- For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating