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My self-summary
I'm Josh. I'm from Connecticut, went to college in Poughkeepsie, and taught in Japan. I've lived in NYC for just over 3 years... or is it 4 now?

I care about three things: sharing, enjoying, and creating. I create to share and enjoy. Sharing lets me enjoy something even more. Nothing is too silly to enjoy.
What I’m doing with my life
I'm a writer who works web-dev in Chelsea, doing education stuff, which is decently fulfilling! When I get out of that line of work, it'll be to be some kind of professionally creative person - comics, cartoons, games, whatever.

Until then, I spend my creative energy on projects that may or may not ever be profitable! I'm currently collaborating on an adventure-themed webcomic and an art/pop culture show on Twitch and YouTube.
I’m really good at
Recognizing Simpsons quotes. I'm a total milhouse at actually coming up with any myself.

Mitigating stress, being social media savvy, and making very specific meals.

Reciting puns with purrfect delivery.
The first things people usually notice about me
I'm tall and my face goofs into a giant grin with little provocation.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Good Omens, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Small Gods, Stardust, The Martian. And comics! Nimona, Hawkguy, One Piece.

Jurassic Park, Lucky Number Slevin, Princess Bride, Pacific Rim, Inside Out, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, Mad Max: Fury Road, Force Awakens, Moana

Futurama, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Steven Universe, West Wing, SNL (off and on), Arrested Development, Parks and Recreation

I really wish I knew how to quantify this. Old stuff is good. New stuff is good. Some stuff isn't. Things tend to sound better live? Other things are great digital?

The Adventure Zone; My Brother, My Brother, and Me; Wait, Wait; This American Life

Steak, and steak associated items.
Japanese — Living in Japan for 2 years left its mark
Ham, cheddar, spicy mustard on seeded rye.
Ginger molasses cookies, just... I need more of them, please.

Where do I put Zelda? Zelda.
Six things I could never do without
1 - Self-evaluation, 2 - time to relax, 3 - campy/cheesy/punny/sassy remarks, 4 - a writing tool (pen, paper, or device), and... hmm...

5 - The feeling of deserved rest. Like, a long day, long week, come home, kick up your feet, grab a cold beer or some nice wine.

6 - Finding the humorous things in life. They're usually between your elbow and your shoulder.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How to be better at creative things.

On a typical Friday night I am
On my way to a weekend destination, out to dinner with friends, or at home with a movie/show.

Spontaneity is fun! Also planning is fun!
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I spent longer than I'm willing to admit on that humerus pun.
You should message me if
You can walk an infinite distance if you're having a great conversation.

You think Disney World rides like Carousel of Progress and Jungle Cruise are simply the best ever.

You have projects you're passionate about! And like to share ideas!

You'll watch and discuss socially progressive cartoons with me.
The two of us