mr-personality
30 Brooklyn, NY
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My self-summary
Lately I've been comparing myself and people I know to characters from Rockos Modern Life. I'm not sure why, but I remember that show being incredible.

But seriously, folks.

Mainly I do social work and therapy in the Bronx. Also, I invent nonprofits and develop business plans for them in my head, then forget them; play with my dog; and go to bars. These things go well together, but generally not at the same time.
What I’m doing with my life
Christ, if you figure it out, message me.
I’m really good at
Psychotherapy. Adapting and dealing. Funny, funny jokes. Turning drinking problems into drinking solutions.
The first things people usually notice about me
Blue eyes, Midwestern politeness.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Man's Search for Meaning, stuff by Brendan Behan, John Steinbeck novels (East of Eden, The Grapes of Wrath, The Winter of Our Discontent, Of Mice and Men), Baldwin, the Bhagavad Gita, The Book of Laughing and Forgetting, stuff having to do with mental health (An Unquiet Mind, A First Rate Madness), sometimes comic books.

Movies: Blues Brothers, Stripes, Apocalypse Now, The Seventh Seal (which I originally watched in order to be pretentious but genuinely enjoyed), horror movies (both good and bad).

Shows: House of Cards, Wilfred, The West Wing, The Simpsons, The Marriage Ref, Better Off Ted, The Wire, Cheers, Mad Men, The Walking Dead, Colombo.

Music: Tom Waits, The Black Keys, K'naan, Howlin Wolf, The National, Warren Zevon, Leonard Cohen, The Roots, Gil Scott-Heron, Parliament Funkadelic, Ismael Lo, Handsome Boy Modeling School, Iggy Pop.

Food: Anything.
The six things I could never do without
Coffee, cigarettes, strange encounters, street cart food, my notebook, my dog Malcolm.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The weird, ugly and desperate beauty of everything. Whether there's a rational argument for optimism. Whether it's better to experience the world intellectually or emotionally. But mostly either deeply appreciating or deeply hating subway ads. ("It's a chalice, not a glass"? Fuck you, Stella Artois.)

UPDATE: Now there are subway ads for Coors tall boys. Those are the kinds of ads I deeply appreciate.
On a typical Friday night I am
At a bar with people I care about, watching Netflix, or playing air guitar with my roommate. We actually only played air guitar once, but it was SO FUCKING EPIC.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Ice cream trucks cruising the streets of Brooklyn don't fill me with childish joy and nostalgia, but deep unease.
You should message me if
You think sitting on a fire escape listening to music is a good way to spend a night. 'Cause I'm doing that now and I gotta tell you, it's pretty sweet.
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