VerbalArchitect
30 Johnson City, United States
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My self-summary
Hi, everybody. I have no idea if this profile-conglomerate still represents me. I saw the revival of Kenneth Lonergan's THIS IS OUR YOUTH and one of the characters goes on (at length!) about how you at 30 wouldn't even recognize you at 18. I don't remember exactly when I started this profile but I'm pretty sure that it's not entirely who I am today. All of this is to say, disregard the personality vector match percentage, if you haven't already.

Who are you, really? I'm still figuring it out, and you should be, too. Among other things I'm tall, blue-eyed, devastatingly charming, intellectual, confident, funny-ironic, inclined to wordy lists, and East-Coast raised.

I study theater, which I both write about and participate in the creation of. I care a lot about things like cooking, design, architecture, music, theory, writing well, and bourbon. Recent events have confirmed that I am, in fact, a cat person. Ask me about it.
What I’m doing with my life
I teach, research, write, art, and, um, occasionally pontificate.
The first things people usually notice about me
I have big eyebrows and a tendency toward muppetyness when I'm feeling comfortable and happy.
The six things I could never do without
NPR (how typical) - do podcasts count here too?
Macaroni and Cheese
Travel
Good Friends
A Watch
Table Lamps
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Space, architecture, and urban planning; mass transit; theater and dramatic lit; midcentury modern styles; future history scenarios; cooking gadgetry; maps; postmodernism and post-postmodernism; what I'm going to do with my life; why certain things are almost always funny; what I'm making for dinner.
On a typical Friday night I am
I'd like to say getting out, but it's just as likely I've napped, cooked, and am sitting down for a nice show with friends or alone. Or I'm at the theater.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm an ENTP...most of the time I take the test, at least.
You should message me if
you have gotten this far, and are thinking about it.
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