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My self-summary
I travel all over the world. I love my job. I spend more time in the air than on the ground. Airports feel like home to me. What I love about making lots of money is that it feels like everybody else is making lots of money. I love that feeling, that guiltless feeling of empathy.
What I’m doing with my life
I document the art in hospital waiting rooms and lobbies.

People think that a hospital is a terrible place to visit, but you can hang out all you want and nobody asks you to leave.
I’m really good at
I'm really good at forgetting things. Like, I can't remember what happened yesterday. And that's important to me. Because if I did remember what happened yesterday, I would suffer. Memory is so inextricably tied to pain. I'd rather not feel anything. Hence, I live in the moment.
The first things people usually notice about me
The stain on my shirt. It's the same stain--although not the same shirt--and I always wear it. People don't always understand my stain. I tell them it's more important to focus on the shirt, of which I have many. When I change my shirt, I change my personality. Today, I was a dad-like person. Tomorrow, I will be a corporate asshole. On Tuesday, who knows? Life, as it is lived through my many shirts, is such a mystery.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I read (and have read) more important books than you. It's not even debatable. Although, I would be glad to debate you on it. To be frank, you probably think what you consume--books, movies, shows, music, food--informs your identity, sets you apart from others, and makes you an artist. It doesn't. It just brands you as a sucker. Besides, you can't possibly be an artist because you can't possibly--even if you tried--be me. I'm the artist. You, on the other hand, are merely a robot. Let me teach you something robot: your kind is a dying breed, which is why you are everywhere. Still, I seek your love robot.
The six things I could never do without
I could never do without knowing that someday you, I, everyone we know will no longer be here. Just thinking about it, which I rarely do, makes me want to go shopping. So, why do I always want to go shopping?
I spend a lot of time thinking about
House plant parties.
On a typical Friday night I am
On a typical Friday, I have dinner in a special little restaurant on the west side of Antarctica, where I play jazz--with a rookery of penguins. Or something like that.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
When I fuck, I fuck to make whomever I'm fucking die by giving them too many orgasms. It's just something I like trying to do.
You should message me if
You want to.