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My self-summary
Hey y'all.

I'm David, a transplant from California.

I'm a sarcastic geek. Not the most unusual thing around.

Since moving to the state my jobs have been centered around vices. I worked with, and therefor am fairly knowledgeable about, beer for a number of years. I now have moved on to the production side of legal marijuana. I am not a frequent smoker, but it sure is a new and interesting field. Heh.

For fun I read, go to shows, spend a good amount of time writing, and play boardgames.

When it comes to hanging out, I'm world class.
What I’m doing with my life
This changes on the daily.

I'm a few rounds into the process of being on the show Survivor... So that could happen.

I'd like to go back to school... Either for Computer Sciences, or Business... I don't know which...

I'd also like to open/own a board game bar... Oh and a friend and I are in the beginning processes of becoming Instafamous through beer blogging... Like the very beginning, and we don't know what we're doing so it's a grand adventure.

Plus I work for a marijuana processor, and if I can make it til it is a federally recognized business venture... Years in the future... I'll be made in the shade...

So yeah, there's lots of stuff.

Having fun. People do things. I join them. Good times are had.
I’m really good at
-Making beer suggestions
-Settlers of Catan
-Unplanned adventures (the best kind)
-Talking about anything
-Being that guy who takes lots of photos, of people and scenery, wherever he goes, and then posting it all online
The first things people usually notice about me
My geekiness... People have often looked at me and assumed, correctly, that I'm a gamer. At times it's easier than others. For Halloween this year I was Totoro. I celebrate International Towel Day. I have hosted murder mystery parties, and will always dress up, if told a theme.

I have a weird way of speaking... slow and intentional, with a larger expanse of vocabulary than most... I can't even remember how many times it's been commented on.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
It's weird going over this section... I made this profile over ten years ago... This is the one section I've hardly ever edited. I'll eventually change everything up to match present day changes in taste, but, well, it's a good barometer regardless.

Murakami, Jim Butcher, and Christopher Moore are probably my three favorite living/producing authors. I will read almost anything... but trend towards things with magic, dragons, and the heroes journey. Right now, since his death, and in between others, I am making my way back through Terry Pratchett's Discworld works.

Yojimbo, Pulp Fiction, The Brave Little Toaster, Garden State, Better Luck Tomorrow, Howl's Moving Castle, Zombie Land, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World, Singing in the Rain

The Beatles, Dave Matthews Band, Cake, The Grateful Dead, Guster, Florence and the Machines, MGMT, Muse, Kings of Leon, U2, The Rolling Stones, The Cat Empire, The Who, The Killers, Modest Mouse, MIA, Lyrics Born, The Presidents of the United States of America, Weird Al, Beck, The Arcade Fire, The Dirty Projectors, The Black Mages, David Bowie, Billy Joel, Thievery Corporation, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers... and the list goes on and on and on

I'm a picky eater unfortunately... but I can usually find things to eat everywhere... and I'm always up for Chinese! Oh and I do love sriracha

Scrubs, How I Met Your Mother (This show is legen- wait for it-and I hope your not lactose intolerant because the second part of this word is- dary), Castle, Firefly, Doctor Who, Community, Supernatural, The Walking Dead
Six things I could never do without
Board games
An internet connection
Live Music
Oh fine... and friends/family
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How to turn my most recent misadventure into an interesting story. What concert tickets to buy next. What I'm going to do after work.
On a typical Friday night I am
I don't know! With my recent career shift I have weekends off for the first time in I don't know how long. I'm going to venture that I will go see many shows. Hang out with friends. Play games. Drink beer.
You should message me if
Live music and a microbrew I sounds like a great night. Netflix and a microbrew works as well. A book and a microbrew in the park when it's sunny, a board game and brew when it's not. I used to do a lot of work with beer, so anything and a beer is a pretty good go-to
The two of us