in NYC for a couple days, livin in SF though
so I used to have a long-term goal listed here: have a space in SOMA to host music parties for friends. well, I did it. check that one off. time to party
finding music parties
explaining technical things to people (I usually don't think I am good at this but people keep telling me I'm good at it so either I am good at it or people are just terrified of making me think I've failed. I sincerely hope that is not the case!)
the forests of oregon look like a checkerboard due to the way land was granted to railroad companies in the 1800's
one time I found a giant portrait, hundreds of feet tall, of Colonel Sanders (kentucky fried chicken colonel sanders) painted onto the nevada desert floor
do you like hearing about shit like that occasionally? are you bringing some serious curiosity to the table too? silly curiosity counts too
I read roughly one nonfiction book about every two weeks. It turns out the more I consume, the hungrier I get. I'm anti-war yet highly interested in security, military history, the vast detailed histories of modern intelligence agencies, all kinds of history. More stuff gets declassified all the time.
I'm into bass-centric future music and I'm lucky enough to live in a city that supports it through hella parties
- brand new music all the time
- brand new (to me!) information all the time
- the merry bands of great people who surround me and challenge me and keep me reasonable and involve me in epic undertakings
probably at some music party. come along?
you want to discuss cool shit
also I'm dating some people right now so I can do dates (I love going on dates, there are so many fun things to do in SF together) but no time for anything tooo serious right now