silversmith1
26 Berkeley, CA
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My self-summary
Nature, exercise, traveling, friends. I love to drink and have a good time with friends and meet new people. So far I have been to over 30 countries and plan to travel to at least 30 more.
What I’m doing with my life
In my 2nd yr Psychology program and am seeing clients already!
I’m really good at
Philosophizing, Drinking, Cooking, Snowboarding, Running, and yes- Spinning.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Shows: Chef's Table, Parts Unknown. No Reservations. House of Cards, the list goes on.

Music (type): Jazz, rock, Indi, Bop, Regge, House, Dubstep, Classical
(Artist): Odesza, Bob Marly, Incubus, The XX...

Food: Indian, Thai, Mediterranean.

Authors: Malcolm Gladwell, Paul Cohelho, ect... I like everything from academic literature to smut, Sartre to Diane Steele... What I like to read.
The six things I could never do without
Sleep, Exercise, Nature, Friends, Fresh Fruit, Movies
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How a most people say they accept everyone, and yet are sexist, homophobic, and racist. The disingenuousness of our generation and culture.
On a typical Friday night I am
Partying w/ friends
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I don't really think anything is too private to admit. I guess a quick story would do here. Two summers ago I was in the Hampton's staying at my friends house. His dad had a wonderful catered dinner party at their home. There was lobster, filet mignon, you name it. Anyway, I may have had a little too much rose and thought it was a brilliant idea to hop behind someone giving a speech. Everyone attending was facing the person I jumped behind. Anyway, I miscalculated the distance between the person giving a speech and the pool located directly behind him. I jumped, yelped, grabbed the person giving the speech, and fell into the pool with my phone and clothing in front of over 50 people. I almost brought the person giving the speech in with me, but as least I had a modicum of sense to let go of him. Anyway, a friend reminded me of that today and I thought it was funny.
You should message me if
you can hold an interesting conversation in "real life "and are interested in grabbing a drink or something... Hi is a great way to start any conversation.
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