43 Frankfurt am Main, Germany
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My self-summary
Independent thinker, a great friend, good listener, and the guy to make you laugh when you're down. At home in tux and leathers. Not a preachy vegetarian, can cook a mean steak, just doesn't like meat all that much.
What I’m doing with my life
I work in emergency medicine, and spend the rest of my time exploring the outdoors, writing about it for a US Magazine, and coming up with new shenanigans to get into.
I’m really good at
- drawing figures into the air using my hands
- losing the remote between the cushions
- parking at the guaranteed most remote spot to get to my gate in airports
The first things people usually notice about me
My tattoos.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Kurt Vonnegut, David Sedaris, Bill Bryson (Notes from a lost Continent, A Walk in the Woods, etc.), and, of course, Hunter S. Thompson. Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and George Orwell's "Down and Out in Paris and London" are my all time faves, alongside Henry David Thoreau's "Walden". Reading the Pschyrembel somewhat religiously, too.

Music from Rachmaninoff to New Model Army, good, deep, Metal, and some Industrial/Indie.

Favorite movie: Equilibrium, Show: Red Green, followed by almost every BBC comedy show ever produced.
The six things I could never do without
(Friends, Air, all that aside...)
- Passport
- Winter
- Love
- Good Shoes
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The Surgeon General, and why she hates everything fun.
On a typical Friday night I am
I'd love to be leaving for a weekend at the lake, ocean, or in the mountains. If not that, then I'll likely be at home, working, or running around town with friends of by myself.
You should message me if
Important: Homophobia, Sexism, Racism, and Bigotry turn me off and make me shut down rather quickly. Seriously. No dice, you won't convince me of the opposite. You'd have a hard time getting along with me and many of my friends, as well.

Don't "if"... just do it. I love learning about people, listen to their stories. If we never meet, never talk again, we'll still have touched someone's life for a spell and learned about someone else. And what is more fun than to learn about others?

I however also believe that personal connections are best made in person. So if you have no intentions to ever meet, please tell me up front. I won't run, but I'd prefer the baseline to be clear.