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My self-summary
I was born in Northern California.
I grew up in Pennsylvania.
I came to New York to study theatre.

I'm NOT going to say that I'm well-traveled (both in distance and experience), that I'm charming, witty, charismatic, a thinker, have a nice speaking/singing voice, I'm athletic, that I have pretty good moves (for a white boy), I am creative, have an natural exuberance, care about my fellow human beings...

I'll let you decide what you think if we get a chance to know one another.
What I’m doing with my life
Aspiring. To be a writer. To be an actor. To be the best I can. Taking in the nuances of the human condition. I strive to learn as much as possible in this short span of time.

I've been working in the food/wine/cocktail business for several years.
I’m really good at
Analysis. Communication. Cocktail creating. Pithy remarks. Athletics. Putting it into extra gear when necessary.

Trying to make the lives of those around me better is very important.

The first things people usually notice about me
Shaved head. Fair-skinned. Ginger eyebrows. Angular features. Muscular build. Frenetic energy. Well intentioned (most of the time).
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Pardon the name dropping/list making:

William Skakespeare, chicken vindaloo, Ali Farka Toure, Alex Wagner, Frommer's travel books, Christopher Hitchens, Cesaria Evora, R.L. Burnside. Singapore chow mei fun (with hot oil), Les Miserables, M83, David Sedaris, cheez-its, Charles Frazier, Elbow, cucumbers, Junior Kimbrough, Paul Theroux, coffee, giant burritos from Calafornia-style Taquerias, Jesus Christ Superstar, Lonely planet travel guide, Oracular Spectacular, trois fondue (cheese, chocolate, meat), The Rocky Road to Dublin, spicy yellowtail, Wes Anderson, Sarah Vowel, Nat Geo, bananas, Arcade Fire, Nick Drake, steamed broccoli, Leonard Cohen, full-bodied reds, Jane's Addiction, MSNBC, sweet Italian sausage and carmelized onions on pizza, The Black Keys, golden delicious apples, Espn, Murakami, Wilco, gala apples, Almodovar, Edith Piaf, baby carrots, Devendra Banhart, popovers, The history channel, Anne Briggs radio on pandora, ceviche, Bob Dylan, seasoned crispy french fries (with sriracha and mayo), Coen Brothers, camembert, fresh-pressed juices, James Joyce, brussels sprouts with bacon, PBS, charcuterie, Allen Ginsburg, Howard Zinn, The Soul Stirrers, creamed spinach with truffle oil, Stewart/Colbert, carrot cake, The Beatles, Korean BBQ, documentaries, Ramen with pork belly, bourbon, Pandora, Pho, Laura Marling.
Six things I could never do without
Food options, my two cats, sex, love, humor, the will to live.
Music and exercise are the next tier down.
...and of course family and friends.
I know, that's more like 10.

Here are six things I could do without:

Costume glasses and facial hair from antiquity (for theatrical characters, it's permissible)
The abundance of winged creatures or pedestrian script in the form of tattoos.
Stopping in the middle of the sidewalk to address a text message.
Rapping aloud in an elevator.
Flaky folks.
Divas (both genders equally).
I spend a lot of time thinking about
What I can absorb and trying not to miss much.
How I can contribute to world.
Trying to unlock the mysteries of the human condition.

On a typical Friday night I am
Probably working. Ideal Friday, if I am off, I'd try a new restaurant followed by intimacy with the one I love.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'd consider myself gregarious with a shy side.
You should message me if
If you are an adult, intelligent, open-minded, have a sweet side, own a good sense of humor...and are sexy; I would love to meet you. Possessing the first five of these qualities is 90% of the sixth.
The two of us