I do not take myself very seriously. Eventually I'd like to settle down and have some nice, strong convictions about big issues... I know I'll feel warm and fuzzy inside once I've figured out the answers to all the important questions. But right now I'm confused about most of them and am okay with that.
I enjoy composing convoluted analogies that muddle my point instead of clarifying it. Usually people can tell when I'm being serious. Sometimes I cannot.
Outside the nine to five, I'm dice-chucking, whiskey-drinking, trail-blazing, kettlebell-swinging, frisbee-slinging, pan-frying, and city-meandering.
I've also recently been getting into philosophy. So far I've figured out that I am not a moral nihilist... probably.
Also, working on a super cool website that will definitely revolutionize the way the world critically examines and discuss important issues and published works (no chance of failure fo sho).
- Board games
- Writing work emails using as few words as possible.
- Guessing the correct path at unmarked forks in the trail.
Movies: Fight Club, Shawshank Redemption, Donnie Darko, Snatch, The Dark Knight, Princess Mononoke, The Insider, Catch Me If You Can, Revolutionary Road.
Shows: Its Always Sunny, Rick and Morty, South Park, Archer, Louie, Girls, Workaholics, Arrested Development, Home Movies. Friday Night Lights (!).
Music: Recently listening to a lot of Aesop Rock, Sufjan Stevens, Bonobo, Boards of Canada, The Kills and Blockhead. I like how easy last.fm makes this question.
Food: All the things that go well with beer, such as burgers, pizza, whiskey and lucky charms.
friends/family (yeah they only get one slot... THE BOTTOM ONE)
How's New York City holding up? Judging from what I've read on this site, it's been used by a lot of people. People who apparently are so uncaring that they would BRAG about how much they "take advantage it". What has the city done to deserve such treatment?
You enjoy talking about philosophy or why people do the things they do.