This whole thing feels like an exercise in a humble/brag.
I've been accused of being an intelligent and clever man. I'm a big reader (about a book a week).
Life is too serious to take it seriously. I'm a fan of the funny. Sitcoms, funny movies, and live comedy shows are typically all "Aces" in my book.
I grew up in Illinois, lived in Texas for just under a decade, and moved to LA over 10 years ago.
I became an uncle for the first time about two years ago. I'm going to spoil that child rotten! (That's the picture of the baby I'm holding in my profile.)
I can do most things fairly well and a few things extremely well.
Karaoke for example, I tend to rock the place (you might have seen me sometime at the Gaslight or Brass Monkey).
Spelling on the other hand, is something I don't do well. More often then not, I feel I've lucked into the correct spelling when I'm writing something. Thank you spellcheck!
Genre: Sci-Fi, Sci-Fantasy, Mystery, Spy, Action, and Comedy!
Music: Varied; everything from Sinatra to Greenday to Garth Brooks to Weird Al
Podcasts: The Nerdist, Wits, Thrilling Adventure Hour, The Smartest Man in the World, and Doug Loves Movies
Food: I'm a meat and potatoes kind of guy, but you can toss in a pizza any time.
One of my favorite live shows to go to is called A Drinking Game. They have actors read a classic 80's (ish) movie script and you're given a series of keywords to drink on. The actors are also drinking and they have more "drink" words than the audience, so by the end of the 2 hour show, it's gotten more than a little goofy!
1. A good book to read
5. Someone to talk to
This was apparently too broad. Funny and clever are absolutely essential, but perhaps a few more descriptors are in order.
Your crazy doesn't exceed a 7 on a scale of 1-10 (we all have our little moments of crazy, just please, not too much) 😉
And sass. Sass is fun!