On 12/17/14, I graduated with a BBA in Management Information Systems from Temple University. I will be starting a new tech consulting position in Washington, DC on February 9th, 2015. I am sad to leave Philadelphia but am excited to see what DC has in store for me. I will be starting a new chapter and needing a whole bunch of words and sentences to fill its pages. If you are in DC and interested in imparting some words, sentences, or perhaps even a whole page to fill in this chapter, please do! I would love to make friends in the area. I am also looking to find a roommate. I will be living alone to make the move thoughtless for now, but I will be pushing to find roommates throughout my stay to move elsewhere after a few months there.
Music is a pretty big deal for me: youtube.com/ilakfonics
Affable guy looking for legitimate friendships. Would love to find an activity partner for sports, trying out new restaurants, or video games. I am also receptive to flirtation, but dates would be even better if wanting to play with me in that hemisphere. In a new city, perhaps a relationship is not ideal, but I honestly am very comfortable with commitment at this juncture in my life.
Big plus if you enjoy karaoke, trying every restaurant in town, and/or are comfortable turning on any movie at random and giving it a try.
I glide along a wide-swinging pendulum of taste and opinion and can comfortably digest any content, movie, song, argument, while at least taking something away from it. I do not like people that can put such certainty in their peeves and dislikes at such a young age. Our preferences are rife with so much subtlety and intricate context that I really do not understand why people feel the need to categorize themselves into any box. Chances are, there are at least some aspects of my least favorite things that I do enjoy. I am not supporting grovelers, I just prefer your opinions be flexible. Enjoy playing devil's advocate and taking sides so as to learn more and widen your understanding for things rather than further cement or narrow your fixed opinions.
That being said, please do not ask me my sign.