I been around. I have toured Europe on multiple occasions and have visited all 48 contiguous states. (Whilst my family was traveling through Kansas, it was so oppressively hot, flat, and boring that my father wondered aloud "Why the fuck would Dorothy want to come back to this?") This past Summer I literally drove the shittiest RV still in (barely) road-worthy operation across this country of ours three times visiting 25 states.
I'd like to think I am smart but I think it would be more fair to say that I am clever. I can move pretty quickly and for those who can't keep up, they can just as easily become my next target. I just really like making smarmy, hilarious comments about things that make people uncomfortable. It's kind of my litmus test of your confidence. If you're laughing too, you're ok.
I studied physics and philosophy in college. Those are topics very near and dear to my heart, but I also love talking about the amazing advances that we are making every day in technology. I'm blown away by the daily advances I see in science, medicine, etc. We truly are living in the future.
Cooking is something I learned from necessity in my early 20's. But after a few years I found that not only had I gotten the hang of it, but that I actually had a knack for it. Most of the dishes I prepare are Cajun classics (though I am still unsatisfied with my étouffée). The best dish in my repertoire is a port-marinated duck breast topped with a veal blackberry demi-glace with red grapes.
I love to disc golf and you can usually find me doing exactly that on the weekends.
Seriously though, I am performing at every comedy mic to which I can physically transport myself and starting my own Social Media Marketing Company. Mostly because I don't want a real boss. Eff that noise.
Anything that involves my left brain. I am a raconteur extraordinaire.
Being manly and dependable. The moustache says it all. (Used to any way. I just wanted to eat soup again!)
Keeping promises. I say what I mean and I mean what I say.
Sleeping exclusively on my left side.
Rage Against the Machine Oct. 27, 2007 NOLA
2. My dog Buster Brown
3. A pen and a lighter. (I include these two together because I feel they are the quintessential utility tools for any boy who would dare call himself a man.)
4. A good book. (I am literally ALWAYS reading something. Ask me about it.)
5. Music. ( I am always listening to something new. Right now I am on this Ratatat kick.)
6. Comedy. Performance is the only thing that makes me feel alive.