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My self-summary
I'm a native New Yorker who has found the east side of LA to be a wonderful place to live. I'm a film critic, which means I see A LOT of movies. I'm always looking for someone to come along.

Also, I don't have a car. In LA that feels like something you have to admit upfront, like an STD. I also don't have one of those. Yet.
What I’m doing with my life
Film criticizing. Pop culture writing. Trying to shed the extra pounds that flocked to me after I turned 30. Slowly dying, as are all living things.
I’m really good at
Karaoke only.
The first things people usually notice about me
What an interesting question. This really tells you how the respondant sees themselves.

So for me: my kind eyes, my sensual lips and my overwhelming masculinity.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I think I hate this section. Assume I like all the same shit white men of my age like, and then throw in a couple of things you never heard of to make me seem more interesting.

I do own more PLANET OF THE APES stuff than any grown man should.
Six things I could never do without
Whiskey, because I'm off the beer.
The Internet, because it's where I work.
My small group of friends, who are all more beautiful and talented than I am, but I like to aim upwards.
Angry music made by stupid young people.
Pizza. Let's be realistic here.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Those who have wronged me.

Wait, that's not the kind of thing I should put here, huh? I spend a lot of time thinking about work. I love my job. I spend a lot of time thinking about ancient history and strange stories and disposable culture and pretty girls and what the fuck is wrong with us as a society that there is such a thing as brony culture.
On a typical Friday night I am
Either karaoke, writing, having a few drinks or, if we're being really honest, being verbally abused by 13 year olds on CALL OF DUTY.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I have a Starfleet tattoo on my arm. But I got it on stage in front of 300 people while introducing a 30th anniversary screening of WRATH OF KHAN in Austin, so I guess it isn't that private in the grand scheme of things.
You should message me if
You have a strange job or calling, you are funny, you are smart, you aren't one of those people whose profile goes on and on about your yoga and hiking and mountain climbing, you like to have an ill-advised number of drinks every now and again, you live on the east side, you like to argue about books and movies and music and realize it doesn't mean we're mad at each other, and/or you're easy.
The two of us