I'm looking for a partner in crime. Someone to have fun with, adventure with, get into trouble with. I am always on the lookout for the next crazy idea, wild hair, or rediculous project to take on, and I would love to find someone to collaborate and plot with.
I'm originally from a tiny little town in upstate NY but have been bouncing around the greater Seattle area since high school. I'll always be a hillbilly from New York, but Seattle is my home and I'm not sure I could ever leave at this point. I have a great group of extremely tight knit friends here and can't see ever giving that up.
I spent a good long while working on some plan for tomorrow but not enjoying today and that just doesn't jive anymore. That's not to say that I don't have goals or long term desires, I am just not ruled by them any longer. I'm luckily in a place where I can pursue what interests me without starving, so I am.
Currently that means involving myself with creating art (metal and fire preferably), vacationing with friends, exploring new venues for music and burlesque, or whatever else piques my interest at the moment.
Movies: All time favorites; Legend, So, I Married an Ax Murder, Tombstone, Far and Away, Australia, The original "Dawn of the Dead", Saturday Night Fever, An American President, Batman (the Tim Burton ones), Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas,
TV: Sons of Anarchy, The Walking Dead, Law&Order: Criminal Intent, terrible documentaries about people who matter more than they should, Fashion Police, The Daily Show and Colbert Report, Family Guy if I haven't seen it a thousand times, South Park in the "right mood" (read stoned), anything on VH1 involving aging or failed musicians.
Music: I am a classic rock guy at heart with a major soft spot for guitar driven arena rock and southern fried stuff like the Eagles and CSNY. I also frequently go out and dance to electronic, get down with some local hip-hop and dip into folk and metal pretty frequently. I'm all over the place I guess.
You think you are smarter than most of the people you meet but understand how little that matters in the long run.
You think beards are hot.
You want to cuddle on a big couch and watch crappy movies because putting in shoes is hard sometimes.
You find sarcasm to be an effective form of communication.