32 Burnaby, Canada
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My self-summary
This profile is so scatter-shot right now, but I can't fix it because I'm too busy satisfying my Norm Macdonald obsession.

I was in Belgium and France and Britain for most of July! Adventures were had!

Found this on someone's profile, and just had to steal it:
"Jedi in the streets, Sith in the sheets."
And I was the second-last of my friends to see the new Star Wars film.

Self-diagnosed hug-addict. Judge me if you must.

Y'know what else was fun? Volunteering on an election in Seattle for a couple of weeks: had a hell of a time. And we won! (And the Capitol Hill neighbourhood is pretty great.)
What I’m doing with my life
Acting is pretty much the best thing around. Tell me about that one time you got up on stage and either brought the house down or humiliated yourself in front of everyone! It's a great story either way.

I have a day-job where I can listen to audiobooks, university lectures, and Democracy Now! all day. I like to think of it as essentially "getting paid to read".

And I'm pretty involved with political junk; if you're not at least mildly leftist or sympathetic, we likely won't click.
I’m really good at
Forgetting my headphones at home when I go grocery-shopping and having to listen to "Kiss Me" and Maroon 5 over the store's speakers. (I think this is what helped lead to me singing in public, and little old ladies love it.)
The first things people usually notice about me
My calm-but-authoritative manner, striking bald head, and legendary command of the starship Enterprise.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Finally, the section where pretension can really shine!

Book that I'm currently reading:
NONE right now... Jesus, what's wrong with me?!

Song that's currently in my head (August 5th):
The Clash – "Let's Go Crazy"

Books: The Age of Spiritual Machines, Guns, Germs, and Steel, Homage to Catalonia, The Death of Bunny Munro, This Changes Everything

Music: Manic Street Preachers, Matthew Good (and his Band), R.E.M., Paul Robeson, The Weakerthans

Movies: Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, Syriana, The Great Dictator, In the Loop, Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)

Television: Trailer Park Boys, Breaking Bad, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, The Walking Dead, Danger 5

What are you reading or listening to?
The six things I could never do without
Orwell's essay "A Nice Cup of Tea"
The stage
Forty Creek rye whisky
The miracle of photosynthesis
Vancouver Canucks
Really amazing air... seriously! There are few things better than perfect, deep breaths of fresh outdoor air
I spend a lot of time thinking about
It was an amazing show, but if you really think about it, the subtitle "The Next Generation" for the second live-action Star Trek series was SUPER-lame.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I solve chess puzzles on my phone and secretly hope that nearby people will see and think to themselves "Oh, how smart he must be." And I also hope that they don't see that I'm usually doing the easy ones.
You should message me if
The fact that I'm a proud holder of a transit pass makes you just swoon. (Why bother with a car when I live a five-minute walk to the SkyTrain?)

P.S. I can't see "likes", so just message me! Go on... you know you wanna.