30Oakland, United States
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My self-summary
I'm from Florida, but have enjoyed moving around the country. The Bay Area is definitely a place worth exploration in itself, however the mountains do call. I've answered by chasing snow in the Rockies, but currently seek granite cracks of the Sierra.

When not found in the wild, I enjoy the fine luxuries of the East Bay. Opting to bike, walk or take public transportation in the perpetual search of hoppy concoctions, smoky whiskey, and new cuisine; ya know, the works.

There's lots of cool places to be and things to do so I'm quite open to gaining new life experiences. A pretty big fan of jokes, puns, and banter.

Buys the ticket, takes the ride.
What I’m doing with my life
Urban planning, climbing, saving, investing, cooking, exploring, Netflixing, running, and reading.

Walking a lot more now since dropping out of the "BART to work everyday" crowd.
I’m really good at
Making stir fry or making out; actually, the topic is open for debate. Quoting obscure media phrases. Faking an Australian accent. Pistols. Punny dad jokes.
The first things people usually notice about me
That's a tall glass of water with bright blue eyes.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Kurt Vonnegut, Tim Robbins, Chuck Palahniuk, and Jack Kerouac. Most recently binged on Ken Follett. I'm up to 12 books or so read this year, predominantly non-fiction.

Documentaries, comedies, the philosophically estranged, or anything artistically inclined.

Hardcore Netflix'er.

All the hip hop, some of the jazz.

Chocolate milk, sweet potatoes, avocado, lentils, tacos, beans and rice, and still cooking! I drink my coffee black and really dig hot sauce.
Six things I could never do without
A water tin.
A Bicycle.
The State Highway System.
An iTunes library.
Outdoor gear.
A wok or a rice cooker (I can't decide).
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Bay Area vs Front Range? Environmental impacts and their relationship with transportation and transit planning issues. Financial independence, minimalism, and frugality. Reducing the amount of stuff owned. The next podcast, the next book, the next set of weekend activities, the next neighborhood to explore, and exploring my new neighborhood.
On a typical Friday night I am
Headed into the mountains, doing the Shattuck Shuffle, pulling on plastic at the gym, catching up on my Netflix stories, or someplace new (discovering the 800 route was a paradigm shift).
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Two truths and a lie:
Lenny Kravitz almost ran me over.
OJ Simpson gave me his autograph.
I've climbed with someone who's been kidnapped by rebel fighters in Kyrgyzstan.
You should message me if
Chemistry > complacency, we can go do fun things both in a city and/or the outdoors, you'd like to engage in two truths and a lie, or you've got a cool road trip story.

Go ahead, I dare you!
The two of us