(I am fun at parties)
He paused briefly and then replied, "Because I wouldn't tolerate you giving me information this slowly."
Writer, teacher, cognition analyst, frontier psychiatrist, philomath, tourism executive, preposterous folk hero, avant garde sommelier, philosophical criminal, renaissance stoner.
Books and literature are very, very important to me.
I'd already been to nineteen countries, been all over the various landscapes of the earth and I legitimately just preferred the city parts to this weird fixation on the empty landscapes of nature. Just a nice cup of coffee at a nice, semi-busy cafe with plenty of seating. A strong drink at some dimly lit dive bar. Bookstores readily available. Movie theaters everywhere. Galleries and art shows. A place where you can buy exciting and new drugs from a stranger outside some kind of gothy club night where everyone is pretending that's still a thing. A place where you can find yourself staring up at the tall buildings at 3 am marveling at the inventiveness of architecture while also trying to figure out how much battery your phone has left.
A glorious constantly reinventing urban playground of endless entertainment. That's the best part of the world, to me. So now I stick to cities, and it's much better.
Don't have to have as many different kind of shoes on me.
wait, is that how polytechnic institutes start?!
listen; I'm not everyone's cup of tea. I know that about myself. I'm still carry that intense east coast bluntness and ideology with me.