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My self-summary
I'm Anthony, and I'm 26, from Astoria. I grew up on Long Island, spent a year in Connecticut, a few months in the Bay Area, and have been in NYC for a bit over four years now.

I've played drums for more than half my life (though not as frequently anymore). I spent a few years working in the music industry. Wasn't the life for me.
Working with technology turned out to be much more fulfilling.

I enjoy good whiskey.
I do some investing on the side.
I'm an INTP (for those who do that).

Seriousness aside, I'm fun, easy going, and am looking for someone to share that with.
What I’m doing with my life
Manager at Apple; Freelance Web Developer/Database Engineer; Drinking Whiskey
I’m really good at
Team Management.
Playing drums.
Coding web applications.
The first things people usually notice about me
I have tattoos. People notice them. I've been told I have nice hair.
And that I look like the singer from that band.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Fight Club, The Departed, Tron: Legacy, The Matrix, Goodfellas, Pirates of Silicon Valley, American History X, WALL-E

How I Met Your Mother, Breaking Bad, Brooklyn nine-nine, Jimmy Fallon, Game of Thrones, Girls, Arrested Development, Girls, Walking Dead, New Girl, House of Cards, Lost.

Electronic, Hip hop, Rock, really anything that's got a good beat behind it. I have a respect for almost any good music.

I could live off Italian food and Maker's Mark.
The six things I could never do without
Friends and Family
iPhone (and signal)
Musical Things
City Lifestyle
I spend a lot of time thinking about
What the future will be like.
On a typical Friday night I am
Live music, trying to dance and not look like a white boy.
At a local bar, where my bartender knows my drink.
Staying in. Netflix, Hulu.

Or, you know, doing one of the things that you can probably find in a BuzzFeed list.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I threw up on the kid in front of me in 5th grade chorus.
You should message me if
Because otherwise your visit becomes the digital equivalent of nodding when someone sits down next to you at a bar.