I like books and people.
What I’m doing with my life
I'm studying for the entrance exam for law school. I'm planning to
work in some kind of human rights law. If I can swing it, I'd like
to work in legal defense for radical activist movements.
I’m really good at
I feed my cat on time, I write every morning, and I'm good to my
friends and family. The rest I try to take as it comes.
The first things people usually notice about me
My brown t-shirt, black jacket and crooked glasses.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Shows: Arrested Development, The Walking Dead, Mr. Show, Carnivale,
It's Always Sunny, Community, Breaking Bad, Dexter, Battlestar
Galactica, Parks and Recreation.
Books: Perdido Street Station, Kafka on the Shore, Futureland, John
Dies At The End, Midnight's Children, Down And Out in Paris And
London, Saeed the Pessoptimist
Food: Tibetan food from Jackson Heights, Brazilian buffets, these
delicious sugar buns called conchas. A ramen house that, magically,
opened just on my block. And I love typical, boring, awesome diner
The six things I could never do without
-My cat, Waffles
-Family and friends
-My unquenchable rage against arbitrarily numbered lists, born from
the same dark trauma that has driven me to a life of vigilante
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Story hangovers from whatever book or movie I've just finished or
short story I've been working on for a while- you know when you
can't stop thinking about that world?
And international politics, especially concerning democratic
grassroots social movements like the Zapatistas.
On a typical Friday night I am
kicking ass and politely requesting appellations
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
A few days after I first brought my cat home, I woke up in the
morning to see her kneading my pillow with her claws inches away
from my head, and purring really loudly. I was half-asleep and I
wondered if I had adopted some kind of furry little forest demon.
You should message me if
You like cake more than pie