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My self-summary
Sooo where to begin? Well, I'm definitely NOT a hipster! The 80s style sunglasses really annoy me lol! - That said, clearly I don't live in the Mission ;)

Like most in SF, I'm a transplant: I grew up in N.Va/dc and moved here 6 yrs ago and love it!

Ok so I get that everyone and their mother on here says they love to travel. Wait, why is your mother on here with you? That's weird. Ok off track already! No, but seriously -- I hear the laments like "who doesn't like to eat good food and travel? Be more original!" Well - in this case I am just upping the ante: How many people do you know who worked for a major airline during college and loved going to the airport on days off, looking at the departure monitor, picking a city, and just going? Yeah didn't think that was too common lol...

Now I have top tier status on both American and United - and being an airline nerd, I love flying somewhere new as much as actually exploring the destination. Who's heard of mileage runs? Yeah I do those too :P Flown way more than a million miles - wonder what the total will be?

Besides the travel (obsession haha), I'm outspoken on topics like socio-economic trends, renewable energy (clean coal, wtf is that? no such thing!) and politics. On that last subject, let's just say I moved here knowing I would fit in better than where I grew up...

Oh and before I forget - here is some food for thought if you are a hipster:
What I’m doing with my life
Rehabilitating former Somali pirates.

Pop quiz: Is this an accurate statement?
A) Yes
B) No
C) Of course it is, who wouldn't want to help retrain scourges of the high seas?
D) No, however he is working in a capitalistic organization with profit as a motive to make the world a better place
E) The answer is D and I want to know more
I’m really good at
Making travel plans. Communicating. Being funny. Being a superhero. Sarcasm. Driving really fast. Staying cool under pressure. Calling people out. Standing up for others. Questioning and challenging the status quo.
The first things people usually notice about me
My linguistic skills and confident yet not overly cocky attitude. Maybe my eyes or arms.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Various books on sociology, history or science, Mexican, Italian and Chinese food, Sushi, Thai, etc, Dance/house music (xm 51 bpm fav radio station), rock/pop.

As for movies- Wedding Crashers, Old School, Back to the Future, Catch Me If You Can, Up in the Air, Horrible Bosses, Inception, Religulous, Meet the Parents, Super Troopers ("dude he can't pull over any further!!"), almost anything with Vince Vaughn or Jason Statham
Six things I could never do without
1. My Passport and elite status with United Airlines
2. My drive and ambition. If I ever lose those, that would be disastrous.
3. Veronica (my car :D )
4. Intellectual and/or stimulating conversation
5. Friends
6. Laughter
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The future. My next destination. How to both make the world a better place and make money at the same time. Launching a viable tech startup. Oh, and girls ;)
On a typical Friday night I am
Out somewhere with friends, relaxing myself if I'm beat from a long week, or flying to- or perhaps already in- a random new city somewhere on this sphere we call Earth.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm an only child, so I enjoy my independence... but also seek the company of others. Its an interesting dynamic.
You should message me if
You feel like saying hi :) I'm a nice guy!

p.s if you take your religion very seriously we likely won't click. I'm a proud and outspoken agnostic & Bill Maher's Religulous is one of my favorite movies. Likewise if you're a hardcore conservative. I moved to the Bay to get away from crazy stuck-in-the-past right wingers lol
The two of us