"Roger Ebert gave EJC90 two thumbs up, stating '...he's definetly good at doing human stuff. Walking, talking, eating...this guy has got it down. I was especially impressed with the ease and range he showed in his breathing. Truly a remarkable performance for the ages.' Mr. Ebert went on to refer to EJC90 as a 'great example of someone who's really mastered the art of blinking', 'alive', and 'the best thing that's ever happened to sleeping.'"
Brooklynite, Midwest transplant, recently graduated from a Master's program in music therapy, and currently looking for employment in the field
-Biking around Brooklyn as much as possible. It's amazing the places you can go and the things you can see when you're not limited by public transit
-Teaching guitar and voice lessons to children and young adults
-Soaking in the summery goodness (while working on a grad thesis...dun dun dunnnnn)
-Scouring the city for new spots for coffee, food, and drink
-Jamming with friends / busking in parks for kicks
-Trying out a new recipe at home at least once or twice a week
-Making lists on this site, apparently
-Therapizing (also a verb)
-Producing and mastering songs / albums for myself and friends...anything from dreamy synth pop to hard-hitting gangsta rap to Chechnyan folk (if that's what you're into). If you can dream it, I can make it!
-Faking a Scottish accent
-Acting as a vast encyclopedia of mostly useless facts (see also: wannabe Jeopardy! champ)
-People-watching like a professional
-Lounging around like I own the place
Or that my eyes get incredibly squinty when I smile or laugh. Every time, without fail
-Music (in no particular order): Radiohead, Talib Kweli, Modest Mouse, Flying Lotus, Joe Pass, Medeski & Scofield, Grizzly Bear, The Beatles, Miles Davis, Animal Collective, Brad Meldhau, Nickel Creek, Charles Mingus, MuteMath, St. Vincent, Talking Heads, Chance the Rapper, Tycho, LCD Soundsystem, Yo-Yo Ma, Tame Impala, Cinematic Orchestra, Sunfold, Pink Floyd, all kinds of jazz, funk, blues, classical, etc......basically everything, you name it, and I'll listen to it
-TV: Arrested Development, Walking Dead, Psych, 30 Rock, Cosmos, The League, Breaking Bad, Archer, Seinfeld, Curb Your Enthusiasm, House of Cards, Always Sunny, Futurama, Looney Tunes
-Reading: Catch-22, Great Gatsby, A Clockwork Orange, Brave New World, Trainspotting, Doors of Perception, any David Foster Wallace / Camus / Sartre, Frankl, Harry Potter, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Watchmen, Brief Wonderous Life of Oscar Wao, The Road
-Movies: Wes Anderson, Christopher Guest (Waiting for Guffman, anyone?), Scorsese, Coen Bros., Del Toro, Tarantino, Kubrick, plus lots and lots of others (sorry George Lucas, I love you, but you didn't make the top list)
-Food: I have yet to meet food that I don't like or wouldn't try at least once
7. The number 7 (ha, website, you can't tell me what to do)
-How to take over the world
-Other people and ways to connect with them
-Finding ways to avoid standing in lines
-If you've read down this far
-How to break the fourth wall (in everyday life)
-What IS the deal with airline food?
-Cosmic fate or choice
-What stops sequels from being as good as the original
-Places to find great noms...Yelp usually has this covered
Or something you read above made you either chuckle, snicker, guffaw, or some combination of the three. A guffickle, if you will...just realized that word sounds dirty when you say it out loud.
Hoping to connect with someone that I can vibe with on multiple levels. Creatively, philosophically, culinarily (google says that's a word), etc....Basically a partner in crime to get into general fun (*salutes*), revelry, shenanigans, deep conversations, explorations, and various (mis)adventures with around the city, drinking in the beauty (and/or booze) and sheer ridiculousness of the world around us at every turn.
And who knows? Maybe I AM the droid you're looking for.