I graduated from the University of Pittsburgh in May by double majoring in Psychology and Sociology. My summer jobs in working in camps for autistic kids made it easy for me to get a job as a TSS. It's not something I want to do forever, but it's pretty great for right now.
For some reason, I have the privilege to get into weird situations whenever I go places. It's not a guarantee that a story will happen, however, I have a much higher probability of something weird will happen than the average person.
Art museums are one of my favorite places to go. I don't particularly things pre 1900. Realism is boring. I get it, you don't have a camera. I don't need to see people who had no real importance but had money and access to an artist. I'm more interested in the weird stuff that created modern art. Dada is my favorite period. The ideas are so clever and weird that everything is absolutely amazing. There is a lot of cool, weird stuff out there that has happened since then, too. Yvel Klein is my all time favorite artist. Rothko is probably the number two.
Operas are really cool too. It sucks being in this area because there is no place to go. I heard you can see a simulcast from the Met in New York at movie theaters. I need to look into that...
I am fine, fresh, fierce.