ExcuseMeHello
32Long Island City, United States
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My self-summary
I ran away from New York in the first part of 2017 to do some traveling I've always wanted to do and get out of a job that I never wanted to do. I went to lots of Asian countries and took more pictures than you'll ever have the patience to sit through. Trans-Siberian railroad in February was the best whim I ever had.

Back in New York, rebuilding. I don't have any predefined mold I want you to fill. I just want to find a funny, clever guy who makes me feel a little special.

I don't see myself caring about sports, cars, or religion during my lifetime.

If you're into me because of the beard, check in advance. It comes and goes every few weeks.
What I’m doing with my life
I don't know anymore. I had a decent day job that made me stressed, fat, and miserable. So I quit that and traveled for three wonderful months. Now I'm back (a la Jerri Blank/Rhoda) and figuring things out a little older, lighter, flow-go-ier. I like making humor and music happen.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Half Life, Savage Detectives, Illuminatus Trilogy, autobiographies and oral histories. I re-read Jurassic Park in English or Spanish every few years.

Movies: I have a dislike for people talking/checking phones, fear of bed bugs, and general frugality that make me almost never go to the movies. Exceptions would be x-men and Jurassic Park sequels (said not proudly but honestly). I just saw Hidden Figures on a plane. Enjoyed it.

Shows: Roundhouse, Veep, Walking Dead (out of habit at this point), Legion, Kimmy Schmidt, Deep Space 9, and any sort of "classic" comedy.

Music: I am stupid with music. Kate Bush, Rufus Wainwright (and his relatives), Everything Everything, and Paula Poundstone standup albums have been listened to recently.

Food: anything, or anything called a dumpling. I find seafood eaters attractive even if it's rarely eaten.
Six things I could never do without
I don't usually have quotes handy, but I was just looking at this: Jack Kerouac in Desolation Angels says "So shut up, live, travel, adventure, bless and don't be sorry".

I think that's all I need and all I want from other people.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
-I think a lot about how other people's priorities just aren't right for me but still don't know what mine should be.

-There was an educational toy called GeoSafari when I was a kid: a basic computer that quizzed you on geography or history based on different cards. One had World Landmarks on it and they all fascinated me. I've only been to 7 out of 20 of them, and that includes some good ones like Easter Island and the Great Wall. But I think about how and when I could do the rest. Anyone up for a jaunt to Great Zimbabwe?

-I wish using semicolons didn't make me seem like an asshole.
On a typical Friday night I am
Dinner and drinks with friends. Or some random NYC event. Or staying in is fine with me too.
You should message me if
You are stubborn and funny and weird and impatient and generally damned appropriate and don't wear religious jewelry and you're always growing as a person but the basic you has been formed.

Let's never discuss the weather, unless it's coming to kill us.

I'm willing to overlook a lot if you play guitar.
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