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My self-summary
My name's Mitchell... a former resident of Portland, Maine; and a former student at Ithaca College. Now just a guy living in New York City. I love meeting new people - and interacting - and making new friends. Perhaps that could lead to relationships, but I honestly would be flattered just to meet you. I'm also kind of dorky, and might be a little awkward on here (I'm more used to face-to-face, rather than online meetings)
What I’m doing with my life
Doing the whole post-college thing and adjusting to life in NYC

As a person-in-the-real-world, I'm a freelance photographer and graphic designer, dabbling in jobs all over the place. Hobbies include working on long, ridiculous projects; gender studies and feminism; and picking up used copies of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" from bookstores
I’m really good at
Listening, and being there at a moment's notice.

I'm also good at going on random tangents, getting lost, and going on long, rambly digressions
The first things people usually notice about me
People say things about my eyes and my smile, but I'm usually too distracted by the fact that I forgot to shave my beard
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Movies: I'm a database, according to everybody. But let's say Hal Hartley for now. "Henry Fool", "Trust", etc - his films are incredibly thoughtful, provocative, and entertaining. Never perfect; but what is?
I love food that's filling and shows that are entertaining/provocative. And I'm always down for pizza and "NewsRadio"
I love reading. Always have. I'm currently working my way through Bill Bryson's "Short History of Nearly Everything"
As for music, my preferences are very eclectic. Ranging from '70s classic rock (Derek and the Dominos) to '90s independent (Le Tigre)
Six things I could never do without
1. Friends
2. A camera
3. Coffee
4. A really, really good pastry
5. More coffee
6. Knowing that the people in my life are happy
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Well, since we're on the subject - I work on a project where I take a photo of one different person per day. It's something I've been doing for four years now, without having missed a day. So... it's something I think about daily, and there's a chance I may bring it up :P
On a typical Friday night I am
Looking for something unique and fun to do. Where's a good place to eat in the city?
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Trust me, I'm awkward enough that I'll accidentally say something TMI when we talk in person, and then I'll get all flustered and embarrassed
You should message me if
If you want to say hi! I love meeting new people
The two of us