Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
A gallant night
In sunshine and in shadow,
Had journeyed long,
Singing a song,
In search of El Dorado.
I am just one of those types that loves sci fi/fantasy, board/video
games, and knows how to sword fight. A guy that is just trying to
find his place in the world while making those around me happy.
I've got so many wonderful story ideas I have started, but yet to
finish. Feel free to ask me about them sometime.
I used to do theatre all the time before I moved to Atlanta, back
in Murfreesboro, TN. Once I was here, my focus was back on improv
for awhile. I love being on the stage in all of its forms, and I
love making people feel. I do all kinds of things, puppets, combat,
Shakespeare, modern drama, and so on. If you are ever curious, just
ask. Other projects are starting to go places.
In my "free" time I work for Dragon Con where I book and host the
interviews for the convention proper. Speaking of side projects,
stay tuned to DragonConTV for some seriously fun stuff in the
In my career, I focus on technology and fixing computer issues
(caused by their users). In short, The IT Crowd may or may not be a
documentary about me.
Away from work, you may find me hanging out with friends over
drinks or fun events, or kicking back at home enjoying a good movie
or some board/video games when time permits. Adventure is the
destination, and it comes in many forms. I live downtown, so it has
presented some excellent opportunities to socialize.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Enjoying to the best of my ability.
Getting more involved in puppetry. Living next door to The Center
for Puppetry Arts, I find myself with some excellent resources to
Mostly, just working IT for a company in Norcross. Beyond that,
more of a homebody. I moved to be a little more centrally located
so it will be easier to break free of that homebody-ness, or at the
least be able to have my friends over more often.
Maybe one day I will figure out that travel thing. I would love to
get out more and see what the world has to offer, but for now, just
enjoying the world around me.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Deducing my way out of precarious situations, all whilst filling
out silly online profiles... Oh, and wasting time while somehow
still being productive, hence why I love my job.
The first things people usually notice about me
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Eyes, sometimes red, sometimes dark brown, sometimes white... My
kilt? My mohawk when I used to have it, maybe? My height...? I
don't know, you tell me. What did you notice? Being a theatre kid,
I feel I am a chameleon, so I am never sure. They never tell me
what they notice. What did you notice?
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
(a) Top Three: Dune, American Gods, and Farenheit 451. Beyond that:
Anything by Gaiman first and foremost for modern authors; Anything
by Crichton or Poe; The Harry Potter Series; The Song of Ice and
Fire Saga (commonly called by its first book, Game of Thrones), by
George R. R. Martin; The Dark Tower Series; Ender's Game (I
separate the man from the art in this case. The author is quite the
bigot, but this particular story speaks miles to me.); The Saga of
(a.1) TV shows throughout the years:
Sleepy Hollow; Community; Homeland; American Horror Story (Coven
has been my choice so far!); Carnivale; Supernatural; Breaking Bad;
Arrow; The Blacklist; Doctor Who; Torchwood; Battlestar Galactica;
Dexter (first four seasons); Venture Bros.; Orphan Black; Game of
Thrones; Defiance; Eureka; Warehouse 13; Darkwing Duck; Chopped;
24; Buffy; Angel; Firefly; Dollhouse... yeah I should stop because
I could keep going.
(b) Here is an assorted collection of the films I have enjoyed,
both good and bad, over the years. Be prepared it is a long list. I
am a bit of a cinephile and movies are a big passion of mine. The
Muppets; Cabin in the Woods; John Carter; Warm Bodies; Man of
Steel; Avengers; Thor; Captain America; In Time; Tron: Legacy;
Black Swan; Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World; Inception; Coraline; The
Hangover; Moon; Star Trek; The Dark Knight; Iron Man; Tropic
Thunder; Zack and Miri Make a Porno; The Wrestler; The Fall;
Wall-E; Sunshine; Stardust; No Country for Old Men; Shoot ‘Em Up;
Superbad; The Prestige; [The Fountain; Children of Men; and Pan's
Labrynthe; Boondock Saints; Phonebooth; Dune (in most of its
forms); Donnie Darko (director's cut); Death to Smoochy; 12
Monkeys; Royal Tenenbaums; Legend; Planet of the Apes; The Big
Lebowski; Robin Hood: Men in Tights (it is like "The Greatest Hits"
of Mel Brooks' jokes); Kill Bill; Big Fish; The City of Lost
Children; Amelie; Run Lola Run; Super Troopers; Finding Nemo; Evil
Dead (1-3); The Nightmare Before Christmas; The Dark Crystal; True
Romance; Never Ending Story; Jurassic Park… Going to stop there. I
could keep going, but won't for now. If you made it through that
list, please say so! Even if it is to tell me I should probably get
another hobby or three!
(c) Oh it varies... Daft Punk; The Muse; The Servant; The Protomen
(very good friends of mine from high school. Keep your eyes on
these guys.); Arctic Monkeys, as well; Tom Petty; Apocalyptica;
Shiny Toy Guns; Flogging Molly; Cowboy Mouth; Bad Religion; Coheed
and Cambria; [Finger Eleven; Blue Oyster Cult; Rob Zombie; Dethklok
for the win; Audioslave; System of a Down; The Cruxshadows; Boo Boo
Bunny (Kids love it!); The Cure; Weird Al; Davie Bowie; The Blue
Man Group (That was the best live show to which I have EVER been!).
Yeah a pretty decent/eclectic mix... Not as much into music,
really, as I am into film. I listen to it, sing to it, enjoy it! I
need to go through my iTunes and list my faves.
(d) Food? Yes. Really, give me sushi any time. Followed by Italian
food of almost all its forms.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Something to keep my mind occupied.
Pen/Paper, or the means with which to write.
A copy of American Gods by Neil Gaiman
A copy of Dune by Frank Herbert
A sense of adventure; it varies in size.
Someone with which to have conversation and aforementioned
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
The world around me, and what I haven't done to better it. Or
rather, how can I make a place for myself in it? Literary ideas,
big and small. I think a lot about a lot of things. It just depends
on when you catch me.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Doing something along the lines of this... Staying home, going out,
having the occasional drink, watching movies. Not always sure until
it is here. Regardless, Friday is just like any other night of the
week. I do things. I promise.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I am an open book. Ask any question. Seriously. I may not always
answer, but when I do it will be the truth.
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over.
You found any of this drabble exciting, or boring, in any way!
Maybe you just want to say hello, or tell me I should do something
else with my free time. It is a free world, and you should message
me if you feel like it, basically! Hell, just say hi sometime if
you get bored, too. I am just out to make new friends! Anything
beyond that is not expected or planned.
If not, doesn't matter. This has all been an experiment in boredom
Take pains. Be perfect. Adieu.
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