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My self-summary
I love comic books, video games, cartoons, science fiction and fantasy. I love to read, write, play on the internet, and watch movies. I've long been a fan of hockey, loving both the Detroit Red Wings and the Pittsburgh Penguins, and I'm now a fan of baseball, Detroit Tigers specifically. I'm watching every hour of Stanley Cup playoff hockey that I can. I love weird news (, weird food (as well as anything with onions or shallots or a similar allium) and weird places (Marvin's Marvelous Mechanical Museum, anyone? Is the Renaissance Festival considered weird?) to hang out. My goal in life is to write something worth sellng, hopefully to be made into a multi-million dollar film that resembles my original material in name only, so I can be rich and still have something to complain about as I get old. I wish I could learn how to sleep on command, since I sleep about 4 hours a week. I play a lot of billiards and darts. I'm a huge fan of comedy. You can usually find me in a bookstore, comic book shop, or movie theater.

I really like to cook and love watching the Food Network. I subscribe to four magazines, Cooks Country, Bon Appetit, Cooks Illustrated and Discovery. My sense of humor can range from light joshing to incredibly offensive filth, though I tend towards filth, since that is a lot funnier. I love playing board games, especially cerebral ones, because I'm pretty good at them and when I'm not, I can learn something. I collect comics and will always love them.

"When a man loves cats, I am his friend and comrade without further introduction." - Mark Twain

ENTP, surprisingly.

I have a set of the best friends in the world with whom I have been friends for going on 2 decades. I have a kitty named Mollhe, who is a boy but whom I thought was a girl. I love cats, like dogs and don't really mind other pets.

This thing says I should asnwer in each language I know! Great idea, I'll use some pidgin Polish. Dzien dobry, jak sie masz? Dime pivo, prosze. Dziekuje. Na zdrowie! That's basically it. I mean, I know some food names and stuff, but everyone know keilbasa and pierogi, right? What about czarnina? Wanna talk about a weird food? Look that one up. I've eaten it. I'm not saying I liked it, but I've eaten it.

I am flippant, facetious, and funtastic
What I’m doing with my life
Working. Writing. Watching hockey. Learning java to create a video game. Learning guitar because I like it. Learning my own limitations and abilities.
I’m really good at
Pool! Reading. Cooking. I want to say writing, but I'm not sure I'm REALLY good at it. Just mostly. Somewhat. I can weave a nice story, though. And I can stay awake for hours.
The first things people usually notice about me
My winning smile. Or maybe my motormouth. Maybe my brains? My lack of mustache. Oh, there's hair there. But it doesn't amount to much of anything. In fact, calling it a mustache does a dis-service to my last name, which means mustache in Polish. Sad, but true.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
A. Terry Pratchett's Hat Full of Sky

Stephen King's It

Orson Scott Card's Speaker for the Dead

Kurt Vonnegut's Breakfast of Champions and Cat's Cradle

Joseph Heller's Catch-22

Alan Moore's Watchmen

Neil Gaiman's Sandman

Grant Morrison's Invisibles

B. Brazil, Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey, Maverick, Garden State, Hero, Castle in the Sky, Shaun of the Dead, Shakespeare in Love, Love Actually, Clerks, Pulp Fiction, Tombstone, Big Fish

C. Sigur Ros, Chroma Key, Killswitch Engage, Nine Inch Nails, Fantomas, Dream Theater, Danny Elfman, Thomas Newman, Godspeed you Black Emperor, Blow up Hollywood, Anything involving Mike Patton, Porcupine Tree, Tub Ring, Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, Daft Punk, Incubus, Chemical Brothers, Faith No More, Flight of the Conchords, Lonely Island, Crystal Method, Moby,

D. Pierogi, Keilbasa, Samosas, pizza, nachos, grilled cheese sandwiches, french onion soup.. actually, any onion soup.
Six things I could never do without
Comic books, tv, movies, car, internet, friends
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How to change the world. Or how to write about changing the world. or about writing. Politics. Weird news. Regular news. Funny stuff. What I'm making for dinner that night. Or the next night. What I should have for lunch. Writing. Other people's writing.
On a typical Friday night I am
Out playing pool. In roleplaying. Out at a movie. In at a movie. Out at a restaurant. In preparing something that Alton Brown made. Out biking. In taking a bath. Out swimming. In playing with my kitty. Out playing street hockey. In reading.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I cry at movies. Sometimes even at not very good movies. It's incredibly embarassing to me. But I just can't stop it.
You should message me if
You like to read, write, enjoy anything on my list or just want to talk to someone who likes to talk a lot. I'm a great conversationalist and I love to have fun. If you can spend an hour in a comic book shop discussing writers, I'm your man. If you can spend a day in a bookstore chatting about authors, you're interesting to me. This says it all: Except replace Pushkin with Pratchett.
The two of us