34 Nashville, TN
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My self-summary
Hmm...where to start. I grew up in St. Louis and went to college in NC. I love sports (St. Louis Cardinals, Rams and Blues, Duke basketball), cars (I will scare you with my knowledge of this subject) and photography. My path in life has been sort of circuitous but I've been lucky to make many new friends along the way. I can talk to anyone about anything and there isn't much I find boring. I am goofy as all get out and have a great sense of humor (bonus if you can tolerate bad puns). I pride myself on being unique and doing things my own way. But always open to learning or change!

I believe there might be a higher power but don't believe in organized religion. Also I am extremely liberal especially on social issues, so someone conservative might not mesh well. My views on the world can be pretty radical, but talking to me about them can be pretty thought provoking if you have an open mind.
What I’m doing with my life
whatever i want!
I’m really good at
Photography and car knowledge. Making people laugh. Being weird in a good way. Dog whisperer. Diehard fan of my teams.
The first things people usually notice about me
I am a fast talker. And I am really honest, both with myself and with others.

Also I'm a little on the short side. Both my sister and dad are tall, but I didn't get those genes unfortunately. I make up for it with a big personality. As I say once you've met me you'll never forget me!

I have no problems dating taller girls, but if it's an issue for you, I understand.

Oh and I almost always have a cap of some sort on. I have awesome hair, but it's just my style choice. Don't judge me.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Book: Catch 22, To Kill A Mockingbird. I don't read much anymore, I got an iPad and well there went my nighttime book reading habit. I enjoy reading. I just got out of the habit. Not proud.

Movie: The Blues Brothers. Also Airplane, Stripes, The original Gone in 60 Seconds (not that mediocre Nick Cage remake), Smokey and the Bandit, and anything Mel Brooks.

Music: I live off of CDs and XM radio. One minute you may find me listening to Public Enemy or Cypress Hill, the next 90s music, the next Slayer and Metallica, then AC/DC (my favorite band) and Tesla (second favorite). Then I move to The Hold Steady or Lana Del Rey....pretty much all over the place. The only things I can't stand are today's country and today's rap music; as far as I am concerned there is little originality and they cater to the lowest common denominator.

TV: It's pretty much on ESPN always as background, I'm not invested in any shows like I probably should be. Prob gonna cut the cable soon.

Food: Italian, sushi, BBQ. I don't cook, mainly cause I don't see the point when its just me. I'm sure I could if I tried though, how hard can it be? Famous last words as I burn down my apartment....
The six things I could never do without
1. My family
2. My dog Shelby
3. Equality
4. Technological things (iPhone, computers etc.)
5. Cars. I just got my first German car and it's been an adventure to say the least. I miss my Subaru RIP.
6. Cardinals, Rams, Blues, Duke basketball, Vandy football, LA Clippers etc, etc.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
why people feel like they are entitled so much nowadays. No one owes you a thing, sit your ass down. Why people are rude to service workers. What is my dog thinking. The meaning of life. Why someplace hasn't erected a human sized habitrail (how fun would that be!)
On a typical Friday night I am
out for drinks, or chilling at home with the doggy. Hopefully out for a date with you! Ok that was cheesy. Sorry.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I was a women's studies minor in college, and am a male feminist. Equal rights are a huge deal to me and I can get heated discussing it. But its part of who I am, and I am proud of that!
You should message me if
I don't like pina coladas. I only occasionally like dancing in the rain. I've kinda wanted to try yoga. And I've been accused once or twice of having half a brain. So there's that I guess.

Friends first then we go from there. I refuse to be one of the creepy guys on this site. Also if you have kids, I'm sure they are great but I'm not interested.