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My self-summary
Oh boy, oh boy, my summary! Time to show everybody how witty and sardonic I am...use as many ten-dollar words and half-baked philosophical platitudes as possible. (is it just me, or are we all kind of getting that vibe?)

Gregarious, social. Slightly neurotic at times/usually have a commentary going on in my head about whatever's happening around. I used to make that commentary audible until I heard 'FUCK man, we get it, you're SOOoooOoo much smarter than everyone else..blahblahblah, shuthup' from enough friends. So i've tempered that urge a bit since then, as to not come off like an arrogant, mouthy, prick. (I blame Chandler, this goes back to childhood)

I'm a total champion for the bullied, have no superiority complex whatsoever and live by 1 rule: Be kind and treat everyone equal.

(God, I sound like a fucking corny bumper-sticker, but it's true.)
What I’m doing with my life
I renovate and flip homes for a living. Right now I'm renovating my house on Hilton Head Island, SC. What I do barely feels like work. (unless I miss out on a house that sold that morning, in which case I'm banging my head against the coffee table.)
I’m really good at
It always feels gross and narcissistic to list off what I'm 'good at'.. it feels like the first class of the first day of high school.. Like one of those forced, 'get to know each other' games that the teacher would instigate.

(but fine, playing piano)
The first things people usually notice about me
I talk a lot. Pretty uninhibited. But I'm a good listener, too. (When sober. 4 beers in, I'm probably talking over people.)

And I'm often told I smell good. So, that.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Music: of Montreal, Father John Misty, Ben Folds, Elliott Smith, Bright Eyes, David Bowie, Mac DeMarco, Dr. Dog, The Beatles, The Beach Boys, The Kinks, Electric Light Orchestra, Nirvana, Radiohead, Led Zeppelin, The Velvet Underground, A Tribe Called Quest, Dylan, etc..

Movies: Boogie Nights, Election, Buffalo '66, The Brown Bunny, Mulholland Dr., Blue Velvet, Boogie Nights, American Beauty, Her, Annie Hall, Manhattan, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Being John Malkovich, A Clockwork Orange, Vertigo, Fargo, No Country for Old Men, Idiocracy, Sideways... anything by Alexander Payne.

Shows: Mr. Show with Bob and David, Curb Your Enthusiasm, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.

Books: David Foster Wallace.
The six things I could never do without
I could do without 'em.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
All kinds of existential bullshit that I'm probably wasting my time on, but in all honesty it's my favorite pastime. I love having deep philosophical conversations where unique ideas are shared about societal trends, what the point of life is (It's to be happy. There-- I just saved you the trouble. You can put down your 1100 page high-brow book now, because Tolstoy doesn't know shit about your 2016 life), etc.

(Note: these philosophical conversations seemed more frequent back in my days of getting stoned, but I've sort of moved on from that phase of my life. Also, I'm not sure gushing about 'Dark Side of the Moon', and having all the ubiquitous thoughts it provokes are as interesting as I felt they were as a teenager, after doing 6 bong rips.. 'WTF is TIME, anyway? And MONEY?! Why IS it US and THEM..? WAIT DUDE, SHUT UP ECLIPSE IS ABOUT TO COME ON.')
On a typical Friday night I am
partying with millionaires in my limousine's jacuzzi.

....i have no idea, who has 'typical' friday nights?
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
When I was like 12, I once selectively threw rocks at the lit-up sign for 'Bally Total Fitness', so that it just read 'BALL S'. (It was funny at the time.)
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and, most importantly..

(If you want to. Christ, is this question pointless..)