I'm back in my hometown of St. Louis, MO.
After graduating from a four-year university with a degree in communications, I'm a full-time advertising content writer. In my spare hours, I make desultory video productions on my Youtube channel and listen to rock/metal/electronic. Good times.
Being a music/gaming nerd, going to concerts, making videos, all that good stuff. Fascinating culture, it is. If you're curious about the YT channel, let me know.
And before you start making assumptions, no, I don't waste my entire life indoors playing video games. This seems to be some sort of stereotype that gets tossed around much more than people want to admit. I like games and I write/produce content about them professionally, but I get out of the house and exercise just as much as any other person. I wanted to get that out of the way, since...well...trust me, labels are already starting to be printed.
Edgar Allan Poe, The Great Gatsby, Shaman King, Scott Pilgrim, 1984, House of the Scorpion, Kurt Vonnegut, Franz Kafka
The Matrix, Bruce Almighty, The Dead Poets' Society, Men In Black, Rango, The Dark Knight, Ace Ventura: When Nature Calls, Memento, Dead Leaves, The Shining, Wreck-It Ralph, all that Tim Burton stuff
Dan VS, Invader Zim, Regular Show, The Twilight Zone, Futurama, Louie, Breaking Bad, Home Movies, stand-up on Comedy Central, music documentaries and concert films
The Mars Volta, Deftones, Alice in Chains, Mastodon, At the Drive-in, A Perfect Circle, Coheed & Cambria, Primus, Tool, R.E.M., Soundgarden, Aphex Twin, The Prodigy, Karnivool, Animals as Leaders, rock in general but I'm open to other genres. 90's music is a weakness of mine. I love that era. I also love prog stuff (getting into Porcupine Tree a lot lately and loving them). I'm a self-proclaimed audiophile.
On occasion, I'll dive into other stuff. Definitely digging music like Circa Survive, Paul Simon and Mega Drive lately.
I love being offered suggestions and recommendations on what to listen to.
Whatever I decide to eat that night
- All of the above
I'm not going to give a twenty-line checklist of what I "expect" in a person, because that's not how this stuff works. Bonds don't come from bulleted lists; they come from conversation. Use those social skills and something might happen. You never know.
However, if you think that "social skills" means giving me a message that simply reads "hi" or "what's up", there's a probable chance that nothing will come of that. I appreciate you making the first move, but give me something to work with, please.