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My self-summary
So. Me.

I did one of those personality tests recently where your friends pick adjectives to describe you. I came up as silly, intelligent, friendly, witty and energetic. This probably means I'm a smart-ass'd spaz. So that's ok, seems pretty accurate.

I've been back in Buffalo for a few months now. Moved back with the intention of finishing up my degree, but that seems to be stalled until the fall now. But I suppose the old saying true; life is what happens when you're making other plans.

So I'm writing and plotting silly improv projects with friends, while working at a delightfully soul crushing office job. It's the american dream, twenty first century style.

I am thoughtful, energetic, and a fake extrovert.
What I’m doing with my life
I'm sitting in a chair in my room writing on my laptop. There's half a pack of cigarettes at arm's length. I may get up and smoke one after I'm done updating this section. But maybe I won't.

I've spent the last few years working at coffee shops here and in New England. It was fun, but I eventually sold out and got an adult job. These days I'm certified in office bitchery.. it's not the funnest thing in the world, but I've decided money isn't the worst thing in the world.

It's been a rough ride getting here. Its nice having things be easy for once.
I’m really good at
Telling stories with friends, writing terrible poetry which no one will EVER SEE, ruminating, pontificating, and pondering. I can dance terribly, and do often enough. I can't sing, but that hasn't stopped me yet.

I'm also awesome. (and modest, apparently)
The first things people usually notice about me
That would be my sweet sweet ass.

See? Awesome?
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
(a) The Schroedinger's Cat Trilogy; American Gods and Gaiman in general; Lord of the Rings / The Silmarillion; Chronicles of Amber; On the Road; the Tao; the Bible; most good science fiction; Thus Spoke Zarathrusta and Nietzsche in general; Anything by Desmond Morris or Joseph Campbell along with Apocalypse Pretty Soon, which is just an amazing book I just finished. (b) The Royal Tenenbaums (c) Interpol, Radiohead, Cake, Soul Coughing, Supergrass, David Bowie (pre and post 80's), Tom Waits, Cursive, The Good Life, Bright Eyes, Death Cab, Iron & Wine, the Decemberists, Brian Eno, The Stars, Reel Big Fish etc. (d) __Amy's Place__, the best damn diner in the world, aside from that, coffee in general.
Six things I could never do without
Autumn. (Blank space once held by Coffee. I just discovered I've developed an allergy. Tea is wonderful, but it's just not the same) Sculpture Park. My ipod. God I love that little thing. Filling up notebooks, then losing them. Friends.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
What's coming for me. The future of the world. Absent friends.

Until about six months ago, all my dreams had always been in the third person.. always played like movies in my head, I was never in them. A few months ago that changed to first person, and I became involved in my own dreams. Not sure what it means, but it seems meaningful.

On a typical Friday night I am
Either out with friends having a good time, or hidden away with a book at home. Either way, I'm happy. I think I've finally resolved my introvert/extrovert conflict.. and its come out a draw.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm secretly really scared of aliens. Little grey men, the wee bastards creep me out.
You should message me if
you can speak english. That'd be good.
The two of us