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My self-summary
Love will tear us apart.

I'm a native New Yorker who went to school in California and Boston before coming here a few years ago for work.

DC is my favorite village: If you get bored here, it's you, not the people or the city.

What I’m doing with my life
I write software. Everyday seems to be measured by lines code. It's like making digital sausage and stuffing it into a casing. The next act will have less code.

My brain is fried after a long day. I have plenty of friends and extracurriculars but I prefer to keep it low key in my leisure time.
I’m really good at
At being naturally introverted yet super outgoing at the same time.

And also at being a gym rat.
The first things people usually notice about me
The hair. It's gay but women seem to envy the long straight hair.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Surely You're Joking Mr Feynman

I love cinema, from foreign movies to chick flicks (gasp) to big screen blockbusters. I would love to organize a David Lynch retrospective when it gets cold again.

Ellie Goulding, Lykkie Li, Nordic Jazz, Dan Deacon, Girl Talk, The National, Electric Youth, College, M83, Anoraak, Ratatat, Yeasayer, Grizzly Bear, Stars, Morcheeba, Salem, Architecture in Helsinki, Billy Joel, Crystal Castles, Metric, Pictureplane, Leonard Cohen, Vox Trot, Matthew Dear, Afrojack, Zola Jesus, Hot Chip, etc.

I love everything but I haven't tasted Asian fusion I like yet: Chinese, Korean, Ethiopian, Ghanian, Burgers, Mex, Bolivian, Indian.

Love Calder, Kandinsky, Klee, Miro, Ernst, Sargent, Homer, Hopper, Ruscha, Giacometti.

Dubuffet's work is grotesque, but I'm coming around after seeing his wood compositions.
Six things I could never do without
- iPad
- guac and sour cream
- good friends
- spotify
- car
- facebook
I spend a lot of time thinking about
I spend very little time thinking about why people watch sports. Once in a while it's okay to watch sports, particularly if it is an unusual sport, say cricket, equestrian or Formula One, but a whole season of basketball, football or baseball?

I'd rather shoot hoops or be with people than plant my ass watching sports.
On a typical Friday night I am
Catching up with friends or vegging on Netflix saving my energy for Saturday night.
You should message me if
you're cool and you think we resonate.
The two of us