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6′ 0″ (1.83m)
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Graduated from university
Likes dogs
English (Fluently)
My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
And now for a bit of obligatory self-promotion . . .

I’m a very go with the flow kind of guy with interests all over the map. I enjoy athletics (I’ll play most anything) and adventure as well as books, music (used to be an avid drummer), movies, and just hanging out—in fact, I am particularly partial to just enjoying someone else’s company.

My sense of humor tends to be sharp and sarcastic, usually some feigned self-importance mixed in with a healthy dose of self-deprecation. I can also just be plain goofy or silly.

I tend towards having a few tight friends to whom I am very dedicated. I am the kind of guy who will always go to bat for you or will drop everything to be there when needed. However, I’m also the kind of friend that will be honest with you even if that is difficult or uncomfortable for both of us. To be sure, it will be a caring, sincere honesty, which usually takes the edge off.

I am not at all the kind of person that offends easily (and quite enjoy the more un-PCish humor); I tend to find humor in most any situation and am always ready to laugh (especially at myself). My mind is always open to new ideas or experiences—I’ll do almost anything at least once.

Alright, you’ve asked for ‘em, and here they are: Fun facts on briH
1. Originally from Texas (well, originally-originally, Mississippi) – let your preconceptions run wild! Either in jest or in earnest I assure you I won’t let you down.
2. I drummed growing up and did Stomp-esque stuff in college.
3. I’ve marched with a samba school in Rio de Janeiro’s Carnival parade. This was more of a financially-extort-tourists-by-making-them-feel-like-they-“experienced”-Carnival type program—touché, Brazil, touché. If you play your cards right, you’ll get to see a picture of me in full regalia (it’s worth it, I promise).
4. My Dad’s side of the family is pretty large, and at most every Christmas a good portion of them get together. Hilarity ensues most assuredly.
5. I was just introduced to the term ‘yolo’ a couple month ago. I was immediately embarrassed on behalf of all of us.
6. I’ve skydived three times and oddly enough I’ve gotten more nervous with each—it certainly feels like I’m pressing my luck :)
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I'd say I'm pretty good at reading people, not to be confused with judging people, though that's fun too :-). I'm also pretty good at getting along with most anyone--that's not to say I'm not particular about who I hang out with, it just means I can be pretty flexible if need be.

I'm also pretty damn good at making fun of myself (I guess you've got to if you've made it a habit of doing it to your friends).
The first things people usually notice about me
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I think most people tell me the first things they noticed were my smile, intelligence and dry wit.

Sometimes they *don't* notice the dry wit, which can be even better.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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movies: Vanilla Sky, American History X, Dan in Real Life, The Dark Knight, 25th Hour, Pan's Labyrinth.
Other movies I enjoyed: Dumb and Dumber, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Juno, Kevin Smith movies

books: The Amazing Adventures Of Kavalier and Clay, Gödel Escher Bach: An Enternal Golden Braid, probably anything by Alan Watts or Vonnegut. I've also got to give a shout out to my fantasy reading roots, Wheel of Time, and the Sword of Truth series.

Most recently I've read Thomas Sowell's The Housing Boom and Bust (which was fantastic, not to be confused with fantastical) and am now reading Friedman's Free to Choose.

music: Dave Matthews Band, Temper Trap, Keane, Bloc Party, Death Cab for Cutie, Postal Service, Sigur Ros, Explosions in the Sky, 30 Seconds to Mars, Tool, Rage Against the Machine, The Mars Volta, Planet X, Eminem, P.O.S., Tech N9ne, I like other rap/hip hop, but I tend to not keep up with the artists names, and I also love movie scores (Hans Zimmer, James Horner, Danny Elfman, etc.)

tv: 30 Rock, The Office, Chuck (I really am a sucker for this show), Modern Family, The Charlie Rose Show, South Park, How I Met Your Mother

other shows: If you haven't checked out the Free to Choose PBS series and enjoy economics, you should really give it a look-see.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Athletic activity, friends/family, books, good conversation, humor, music
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
This could be pretty much anything. I might be out with friends; I might be out catching a movie; or, I might just be taking it easy at home with some good TV or a good book.

As of late, and at the risk of sounding pretty lame, most of my Friday nights have been spent chillin' at home.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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yeah . . .
You should message me if
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If you can take a joke, dish'em out, are open-minded, and can enjoy the silly, stupid, outrageous kind of fun as well as the intelligent, thought-provoking kind of fun.