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My self-summary
From Alaska, I've been here 7 years. I like reading shit, snowboarding, and drinkin tasty beers while talking shit, solving the worlds problems, probably in that order.

As far as a self summary I don't know how to describe myself without sounding insanely cliche, but I guess I'm just a normal guy. I like winter it's awesome to chill inside and watch TV until I go bonkers, then go for some adventure time.
I'm a music nerd like most of us around Seattle, I'm a standup comedy nerd as well. YouTube john mulaney, new in town.
ENTP-A if that means anything.
La Croix water enthusiast, only half way kidding.
What I’m doing with my life
I work in Seattle, Bellevue area as commercial carpenter. More specifically Acoustical Ceiling and sound dampening junk. It's a great job I get to be creative and also be the boss and it is an actual career, but I have a lot of goals (still going to school) that don't include doing it forever, not that there's anything wrong with good ol hard work.
Build my house in the next year when I can find property, travel as much as I can.
I’m really good at
Making jokes on occasion people shouldn't laugh at.
I know how to build a log home..
Holding a conversation about almost anything
Reading maps, navigation etc.
Knowing how to chill in a serious way
Useless trivia
Making the most chronic breakfast.
The first things people usually notice about me
That I'm a human, with a face.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I'm not really into fiction but the bible is hilarious.
I've read most the classics and appreciate them as much as anyone, but I've really gravitated toward social science/non fiction like
Malcolm Gladwells Blink,
Tipping Point, and Outliers.
Jared Diamonds Guns Germs and Steal.
Richard Dawkins.
Sam Harris.
A People's History of the United States, blew my mind at 16.
Walden Pond
Sex at Dawn by Christopher Ryan as most finished pretty good so far.
I can get down on some Leo Tolstoy, Kafka always makes for an interesting read, uhh Bukowski is also interesting albeit totally insane.
Hunter S. Thompson was really influential in my younger day. If you can recommend anything let me know writing this has made me realize how much I have put off finding new stuff.
Interpol, The Mars Volta, Radiohead, Sigur Ros, Explosions in the Sky, Elliot Smith, The Flaming Lips, Death From Above 1979, The Devil Makes Three, Modest Mouse, The Thermals, Ratatat, Wilco, Animal Collective, Dinosaur JR. There's so much music on this planet man it's bananas.
Tarantino's the man. I really like a good documentary, The Royal Tenenbaums is a perfect film. The Coen brother are badass.
The Daily Show, Bob's Burgers, Boardwalk Empire, Chappelle's Show, Freaks and Geeks, Mr. Show, Sienfeld, Breaking Bad, All in the Family, and Arrested Development.
This American Life
Dan Carlins Hardcore History
Doug Loves Movies
Planet Money
Star Talk with Neil Degrasse Tyson
Six things I could never do without
My son for sure.
Great food.
Back pack.
Dirty pubs.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Why do people lose their shit when the mcrib is back? Why when I watch the news it feels like a 1984 Orwellian version of the future?
On a typical Friday night I am
Anything from working to going out and grabbing a tasty beverage with some friends.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I can't play the piano.
You should message me if
If it's snowboarding season and you want to go!
You aren't mean to waitresses.
50% of the dates I've been on this happens. I think it says a lot about someone.
You just want to talk about how awesome sonicare tooth brushes are.
The two of us