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25 M Columbus, OH

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Last Online
Aug 14
6′ 0″ (1.83m)
Body Type
Virgo, but it doesn’t matter
Art / Music / Writing
Relationship Status
Seeing Someone
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids
Likes dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently)

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My self-summary
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Writer, filmmaker, nerd. Could have been a contender. Specializing in obscure references, terrible puns, and low-key awesomeness. Chasing windmills. Soccer fanatic. May or may not play the electric triangle for Arcade Fire on that one super obscure song that you've never heard. Running away to join The Revival Tour. Devotee of Film Crit Hulk. Fan of random facts. May be real life inspiration for Ted Mosby. Wandering. Wondering.
What I’m doing with my life
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Following the Tarentino theory of film school. Slinging Stir-fry to support my DVD habit. Making bad puns. Occasionally playing soccer. Somehow made a short film in 48 hours. And it didn't even suck.
I’m really good at
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Obscure references, bad jokes, and on the fly parody songs.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I desperately need a haircut. Followed by "Jesus he talks fast."
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Books: American Gods- Neil Gaiman, Pattern Recognition- William Gibson, House of Leaves- Mark Z. Danielewski are my top three. I will gladly read anything by these gentlemen, though. Also a fan of: Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, Harlan Ellison, Susanna Clark, Vonnegut, Philip K. Dick, Daily Show/Colbert Report books, Michael Chabon, Raymond Chandler, and The Song of Ice and Fire series. Stupid HBO and their sexy adaption.

As far as non-fiction, I'm a fan of interesting biographies, usually of film makers or actors, true crime books (particularly regarding serial killers and unsolved homicides) and books about my favorite sport, soccer. And, of course, books on film/screenwriting. Anything by Film Crit Hulk. (Google him.)

Films: Welles, Lynch, Fellini, Godard and the French New Wave, Huston, classic era noir (anything post 1958 rarely need apply), cheesy b movies, Star Wars, Blade Runner, pretentious art films, Bergman, Rashomon, Chris Nolan, Joss Whedon, Super-hero flicks (but not Spiderman. Never Spiderman), left of center documentaries, DW Griffith (yes he was a blithering racist, I know.), Chaplain, Mieles, John Ford, Bogey and Bacall, Persona, genre flicks, genre-bending flicks, movies about movies...
Am not a big fan of musicals (understatement alert!) but will give just about anything a try once. Just about...

We live in a golden age for serialized tv: True Detective may be the single best thing ever out on tv. Still miss LOST, though not as much as I used to. Love X-Files, Twin Peaks. Lighter fare I enjoy includes Firefly, HIMYM, Boy Meets World, and the Daily Show with Jon Stewart. You can keep that overrated ginger Coco.

Music: Too hard to narrow down. Bands that are never far from my playlist: Nine Inch Nails (Trent Reznor, another idol...), The Gaslight Anthem, The Cure, Jawbreaker/Jets to Brazil, Thursday, A.F.I., Tegan and Sara, Saul Williams, Depeche Mode, Joy Division, New Order, VNV Nation, Rage Against The Machine, The Clash and anything else Joe Strummer was involved in, Bob Dylan, Bouncing Souls, Broadway Calls, Refused, The Arcade Fire, Old U2, Tom Waits, Bruce Springsteen, The Hold Steady, The Horrible Crowes, They Might Be Giants, Hot Water Music, Chuck Ragan, Poe, Dave Hause and the Loved Ones, Steel Train, Emily Baker and the Red Clay Halo, Cory Branan, Joe Ginsberg, my newest musical crush Jenny Owen Youngs, basically anyone on The Revival Tour,

I should probably talk about food here, huh? I am a new-found foodie. I spent most of my youth being far too picky so in the last year or so I have had one of those transformations tv preachers always talk about and decided to start trying as many new things as possible. Culinary heroes are Anthony Bourdain and Alton Brown. Always a fan of food trucks, barbecue meat, home made pasta, and trying new styles of food.
If you know of a cool restaurant in the city I should try, let me know. We can trade spots.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
writing, film, music, soccer, internet, people. To quote Saint Joe Strummer: "Without people, you're nothing."
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
That Lumière moment, when the lights go down and you feel as if you're stepping in to a new world, one you've never visited before. That perfect moment, where the simplest images dive deep in to the depths of our subconscious to connect with something deeper. The train arriving at the station. A new world being born. A person, a screen, and a lifetime of images.

(This has been unchanged for a while because I just can't bring myself to change it. One of my favorite paragraphs I've ever written.)
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Playing in the Evil League of Evil Night Soccer League (of Evil).
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I paid money to see The Spirit...
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 22–30
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends
You should message me if
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You want to go see movies, talk about movies, go to a concert, bounce ideas off each other, go to a Crew game, have a bad joke to share, want to "MST3K-ize" something, need more bad puns in your life, live at the end of a 5 1/2 minute hallway, or you just fucking feel like it.