31 Branford, United States
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My self-summary
Your typical New Haven city boy. Love the city, love the quieter corners of CT more. I'm not opposed to getting my hands dirty in my garage. I enjoy fast cars, building fires, and going for a hike with a backpack of beers.
What I’m doing with my life
I'm an Operating Engineer. I build roads, bridges, and buildings. You know, just like those courageously manly men of the industrial revolution, except with way more high visability clothing. It may not sound glamorous, but it's more fun than a desk job. Highly trained, highly skilled, union proud and greatly in demand. I'm proud to don a hardhat during the week so I can put on a nice suit and tie for the weekend.
I’m really good at
Killing spiders, riding a bike where it's typically unsafe to do so, conversation with strangers, finding multiple uses for a blowtorch, opening beer bottles with a chainsaw, spending money on airfare to the west coast, hand stands, parallel parking.
The first things people usually notice about me
I'd just assume people would notice my absurd laugh first.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books- Tolkien, Asimov, Neal Stephenson, George R.R. Martin, O'Brien, Steinbeck, the list is endless. I haven't had cable in five years. I've just constantly been adding to my book collection. Gonna need a high-back chair in front of a fireplace and a smoking jacket soon.

Movies- Anything Disney and Miyazaki.

Shows- Mostly Top Gear and Anthony Bourdain.

Music is one of those things that when its right, it's right. Good beat, good flow, good melody, then it doesn't much matter what it is. Country and metal have always been a favorite. Wait, no. Forget all that. LIVE music. Anything live. Dude playing violin in the streets, awesome! Choir singing harmonies, even better. Anything.

Cuisine- Sushi, Pepe's Apizza, Mexican, hot tea with honey, saki, bourbon, local beer.
The six things I could never do without
The sun
The ocean
Trader Joe's
A sturdy mountain bike
Vocal harmonies
Red wine...

All wheel drive and 93 premium gasoline
Four wheel drive and a straight six

Things I can do without:
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Lately? Wall paint. I recently bought a house in Branford, so mostly my thoughts are on project to tackle next. But more likely I'm wondering about life on other planets.
On a typical Friday night I am
Exploring every corner of this state's parks and hiking trails, perhaps looking for that perfect driving road. Or maybe I'm just catching up with good friends, drinking a hoppy IPA in an Irish pub.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Admittedly, I could be critical of modern film, car culture and what most people find trendy as of late.
You should message me if
You want to go rock climbing, you own a pair of hiking shoes, or a DSLR, you know of a few good places that serve great beer, you need an oil change, or you have a few good dirty jokes.

Instagram- punchemintheundies (a bounty of shenanigans.)