I come from the midwest but always knew I'd end up in a city from the day I was born. It's been a great few years of pretty much nonstop action so maybe it's time for a new direction. It would be great to find someone for that, or just new friends.
I am opinionated but fair, not liberal, not conservative.... enthusiastic, curious, funny and honest.
I love meeting new people and New York is one of the best places for that.
I am bud, light, and lime
I visit and travel with family sometimes but they're fun so it's okay.
I enjoy time with my friends but am looking for something a bit more serious with someone individually.
But right now I'm trying to figure out how many words I still need to type in order to get to 1,000. This site is telling me that is the next step in completing my profile so if this sentence seems like it is running a little long, that is the reason why, not because I'm some weirdo who insist on spewing nonsense that means nothing to anyone except himself.
I'm also good at watching TV, biking, spinning records, calming people down over the phone, partying on airplanes, wearing a suit, and determining color schemes.
A bunch of other things too but what would be the fun in letting it all out now?
“When I saw you, I was afraid to meet you... When I met you, I was afraid to kiss you... When I kissed you, I was afraid to love you... Now that I love you, I'm afraid to lose you.”
TV Shows: Friday Night Lights, Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia, Rescue Me, Harper's Island, The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, Shameless, Revenge, True Detective, House of Cards
Movies: Eastern Promises, High Tension, Irreversible, Half Nelson, Sunshine, Oldboy, Underworld, Lost Highway, Terminator Salvation, The Departed, Inglourious Basterds, Sin Nombre, The Last Days of Disco, À l'intérieur , The Social Network, Black Swan, The Fighter, Elite Squad
Directors: David Lynch, Gasper Noe, David Cronenberg, Alexandre Aja, Chan-wook Park, Martin Scorsese
Books: The Plague, Beach Road, The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao and Death in Venice
I dream a lot too. I'm not sure why. Maybe I eat dinner too late or overdue cocktail hour a bit too often.