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My self-summary
Slightly more sincere than this profile will let on.
What I’m doing with my life
Making millions as a hedge fund manager while simultaneously saving orphaned puppies and training for my next iron man triatholon.
I’m really good at
Playing six degrees of separation (refer to my typical Friday night).
The first things people usually notice about me
Oh you look like Paul Rudd. Or, oh you look like that dude from Swimfan. Or, oh you look like that dude from Workaholics. Or, oh you look like that dude who was Charlie on Lost. I guess I look like a lot of dudes?
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I hate favorites, but I'll do my best.

Books - The Magus, Animal Farm, The Great Gatsby, Outliers, Super Sad True Love Story.

Most movies with Al Pacino. Some others that come to mind - In Bruges, Love Actually, Jaws.

Shows - Mad Men, Louie, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Breaking Bad, The Office (British), Peep Show.

Jeff Buckley, Guns & Roses, Nirvana, The Shins, Damien Rice and a bunch of other stuff ranging from indie to cheesy 80's to old school country.

And now for a test to see if you're actually reading my profile. Who was the 16th President of the United States? Put the answer in your message to me and you'll get points for reading my profile and for having basic knowledge of US history (or, for at least having the ability to use Google).

Food - pretty much anything that I know I shouldn't be eating.
Six things I could never do without
This list is not in order of importance.

1. People making asses of themselves on the internet. It's the only thing that keeps me going at my job.

2. Hot showers. I could stand in there for hours.

3. Sunny days

4. Invigorating conversation

5. Days in which I have time to lay in bed and veg long after I've woken.

6. And of course family and good friends.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Random things like thinking how awesome it would be to be one of the two New Yorkers with Jerry Orbach's eyes. I think they've taken those ads down now so you likely have no clue what I'm talking about. But I still wonder who has his eyes.
On a typical Friday night I am
On a recent Friday night (actually it was a Wednesday, but I'm saying it was a Friday so I can cram this story into this question) I found myself playing 6 degrees of Zach Galifianakis with a buddy. We started with Galifianakis to Harrison Ford (hint: we used Frank Oz as Yoda as one of the connections). Then we decided to give ourselves a handicap by adding the requisite that we use The Big Lebowski as a connection to get from Galifianakis to Ford. It drove us nuts all night (Well actually it only drove me nuts. My buddy could give a shit). It wasn't until later in the night, after my buddy went home, that I started talking with another friend who gave me the missing link. Galifianakis was in Up in the Air. It's probably pretty sad that coming up with the answer made me more satisfied than much of the sex I've had in my life. If you want the full answer and can't come up with it message me. And if you message me with the answer I might get slightly hard. Anyway, that's the kind of wackiness I get into on a Wednesday, er uh... Friday night.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
The song You are My Sunshine makes me cry.
You should message me if
You're interesting for some reason other than just your looks. You agree with most of my answers to the questions about religion. And you're actually interested in meeting someone in person. You can tell very little about what kind of connection you might have with someone through internet communication.
The two of us