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My self-summary
The first thing you should know is that I'm a Canadian. I'm not sure why that's first, but it is. I'm the least kind of foreign you can get. And I've been here for a while, so you'll hardly be able to tell, if at all.

But I'm recently a lot more interested in my health, guitar playing and music theory, and longboarding. I'm looking to get into rock climbing, more travel, learning Spanish, and anything else that I haven't thought of yet that sounds exciting.

I like hanging out in the woods or by the ocean. The outdoors are very calming, and there's nothing quite like falling asleep under the stars. We have a lot of them up in Canada. Way more than you have here. We also have the elusive White Moose. It's five times the size of a normal moose, and can eat a mountain man whole. Stealthier than an armadillo, but angrier than a cat trying to bury a turd in a marble floor, it's a very dangerous beast. By the way, most of this paragraph is a fabrication. Hopefully you can tell what's true. But if not, be careful in the woods.

Going new places is a blast, there's always so much to learn when you travel. So far I've been to New Zealand, Spain, France, Costa Rica, and around Canada and the States a bit. Along the way I've been able to Bungee Jump, Zorb, cave dive, free fall, surf, and some other neat things, I'm sure. So I like that kind of fun-havery. I also enjoy making up words.

I'm a big fan of old cartoons, like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, the old Batman series, Looney Tunes, and The Animaniacs.

That seems like a pretty decent summary.
What I’m doing with my life
Well, I suppose this refers to what I do for money. Right now I run a small business that creates promotional videos for companies, creates curriculum for a school, and is entering a new area based around a website that encourages people to step outside their comfort zones and be a little more bold. I'm also doing all the things listed in the self summary with my life. Occasionally I'll catch a documentary or some kind of unique experience in Spokane.

I plan to travel the world creating some kind of documentary style show for my site, I'm just working out the details.
I’m really good at
I'm pretty good at longboarding, filmmaking, guitar playing, getting excited about things, planning way too little, playing risk, watching looney tunes, questioning things, and balancing.
The first things people usually notice about me
No idea. I'll take suggestions.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Well, I don't read a whole ton, but when I do I enjoy Kurt Vonnegut, Chuck Pahlaniuk, and anything involving psychology and how people work, like Flow, or Freakonomics. I'm also in the middle of Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, which is awesome so far.

Some classic movies from my childhood are Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Mystery Science Theatre 3000, Back to the Future, Kung Pow, and Aladdin. I also like Fight Club, of course, memento is pretty awesome, The new Batman movies are pretty epic, and there's more, it's just hard to list them on the spot.

TV shows? It's always sunny in Philadelphia and Arrested Development are two of my favorites.

I am a man of many musical tastes...that and there's too much to list.

Well, I'll just list what I don't like as far as food goes. Potatoes. I think that's it. I try to eat as healthy as I can though. No more deep fried butter sticks for me. Not that I've ever actually tried one, it's just the most disgustingly fatty food I've ever heard of. Sushi is grand. I can never get enough ginger. I could eat ginger three meals a day. Maybe some Ginger-o's, followed by a ginger sandwich, and some ginger fried ginger. That word is starting to get weird.

I'm quite open to trying new everything, though. As long as a solid amount of effort was put into something, whether it be a movie, a meal, or a guy juggling some uncomfortable cats, I'll probably enjoy it. Probably.
Six things I could never do without
-The idea of time travel. It's a pretty radical notion.
-Bugs Bunny. He's my hero. A very clever rabbit.
-A world outside my hometown. I'm very grateful for the unending possibilities of travel. I don't get how some people never do.
-Varying weather patterns. How boring it would be if it were only ever one variety of weather.
-Halloween. Nothing like a day to look as bat shit crazy as possible, and get away with it. Speaking of bats, I'm usually dressed as Batman. Only on Halloween, I swear.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
I spend a lot of time thinking about my work, my friends, my family, how to improve myself and my talents, where to travel to, and a lot of other things. I think it's important to live in the moment though, so I try to do that as much as possible. Occasionally, I'll try to get the whole meditation ball rolling again, but I've never made it too far.
On a typical Friday night I am
I hope my life is never routine enough to know what I'll be doing every Friday night. It varies. Catching up with friends, long boarding, checking something out in Spokane, working strange hours, maybe working on some kind of movie project with my weird little crew, or maybe something I haven't thought of yet.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I have webbed toes. Just a couple.
You should message me if
You're not force-it-down-my-throat religious, you have a mostly positive outlook, you're open to new things, and you're somewhat interesting.

Also, if you have something to teach me about anything.
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