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This was the eighth username I tried.
I like going out on big carouses, but then living several days in a
productive, focused way.
I was on the path to be someone really different until I found
myself in a job that required people skills with employers that
thank god didn't fire me.
All the same I form deep friendships with a lot more zeal than I do
casual ones, and I love words and strangeness and other inside jobs
more than I do social topics.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
In post production on my first feature film. It's called Gutboy.
I also work in infomercials.
I used to draw a webcomic that I still love called Wonderdrome.
It's about advertising and mysticism.
I have a movie night which is very dear to my heart, where we
mostly watch eastern european comedies from the sixties. Ain't no
satire like satire against an extremely oppressive, stringent and
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
All sorts of things.
The first things people usually notice about me
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Today, it's the fact that I just got a haircut.
[that's old, I haven't had a haircut in some time.]
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Books: Watt, The Golden Bough, The Magic Mountain, Godel Escher
Bach, Finnegans Wake
Movies: Hannah and her Sisters, The Wizard of Gore, Even the
Dwarves Started Small, Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans,
Husbands, Daisies, [so many more. I love movies.]
Shows: Adventure Time, House of Cards, Tim & Eric Awesome Show
Great Job, Twin Peaks, Luxury Comedy, Bob's Burgers
Music: Electric Light Orchestra, Woody Guthrie, Hall & Oates,
Primus, Billie Holiday, The Pogues. There's a show on East Village
Radio called Chances with Wolves. It's got a lot of foreign
language covers of 60s music, weird clips from radio + tv, and
stuff like that. I love it.
Food: Fresh bread. Shrimp Tempurah Rolls. Chocolate Chip Cookies.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
1) Movies that make me feel a little uncomfortable, and that make
2) Friends that get excited about things.
3) Sense of history in my surroundings.
4) Established cultural organizations that are still engaged in
modern times (like BAM, MOMA, and NPR.)
5) Really good bars. Ones where you can talk to strangers and the
bartender knows who you are after you've been a couple times, and
where the regulars are interesting and funny
6) Connections with strangers.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Plots of comics and movies I don't have the patience or resources
to make, how to live more efficiently (god I'm not proud of that
one), whether it's honest or patronizing to speak to a religious
person with their own terms (specifically the terms I'm intimately
familiar with but don't feel that I believe in in a way that that
person would feel kinship toward), technical points of grammar and
verbiage, how brains work, a truer chakra system (to the stomach
mood; to the heart pace; to the lungs emotion; to the mind reason;
...), what I can say to whom & when, love, love & sex, sex,
identity. I try not to think about fault, and I try not to
experience guilt, not more than is due, which is little.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Drinking with friends, reading, watching a movie, or working (for
me, on what I love.)
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