I'm a happy person. Maybe I'm funny, maybe I'm not. I laugh at all my own jokes, so I must be hilarious, right?
Could you do me a favor and do your part to keep this charade alive? Thanks.
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Outside of work, I picked up coding in Python as a hobby, but most of my free time is spent playing instruments.
I'm also very good at getting sunburns. Pretty great at finding tables in the dark with my shin, too.
I'm a man of many talents, what can I say?
I like all books, but I'm partial to anything written by Kurt Vonnegut. Robert Graves is pretty cool too. I'm currently working my way through Dostoyevsky's "The Brothers Karamazov". Would recommend.
Also, definitely "The Monster at the End of This Book" because I read this a bazillion times when I was a kid.
Seinfeld is a strong number one for me. I still wonder if/when Jesse Pinkman is going to make an appearance on Better Call Saul. I've watched and re-watched The Office too many times (That wedding episode gets me every time).
At this point i'm 90% sure that Steven Avery is guilty (Kidding, I'm not an animal).
"Hold the Door!"
•Shakey Graves (Greek Theater in October)
•Justin Townes Earle
•White Stripes/Jack White
•The War on Drugs
•The Hill Dogs
•Gary Clark Jr. (Greek Theater in October)
• Lane 8/Big Gigantic/Jonas Rathsman/Haywyre/Grimes (LIB 2016)
•The Black Keys
•of Monsters and Men (Saw them at The Fox Theater in April)
For both comedic effect and because they are really talented, Postmodern Jukebox
Some days I feel like we don't give them enough credit. But then I think back to the time that my dog was sprayed by a skunk twice in one week and I realize that complex thoughts might not always equal complex actions.
Because I'd love to meet someone that is capable of being antithetical to the okcupid cliche.