46Denver, United States
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My self-summary
I would go so far as to say that I am a pretty well rounded individual. And yet, idiosyncratic and a tad bit esoteric on occasion. How does one measure a "tad bit" anyway?
What I’m doing with my life
Having moved to this great state of Colorado, I have been living an active life...which is good, considering an inactive life would be rather uneventful and boring.
It is the modern western cliche really... Man visits Colorado to snowboard, Man realizes life in Florida is about dull, Man gets job in Denver, Man moves soon afterword, Man realizes he just typed Man entirely too much...

Recent accomplishments: Jumped out of a plane(who needs a reason?), surfed in southern California, visited Grand Canyon, Death Valley, Yellowstone, Barcelona, Paris and Las Vegas. Which one of those is not like the other? Nope, it's Las Vegas.
I’m really good at
Humility. Yep, totally good at humility. Seems that is a good fit. Of course, I could let you know about the wonderful and amazing things I have done, including; saving puppies from burning orphanages, saving kittens from burning orphanages, and scrabble.
I am pretty good at scrabble is what I am getting at really...
The first things people usually notice about me
Blue eyes and calves. Not the baby mooooo kind, I just played a lot of sports growing up.

Bonus points, if you actually went "cow says mooooo" from the kids toy!
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Oh, so much to enjoy. I'll just let you know that I understand reading to be fundamental. Of course, I put the "da" in fundamental. Not really, but how boring can these lists and descriptions get? So, if we are on the same page here, I'll let you know, I like a lot of cool sh!t, including: Hunter S. Thompson, Tom Robbins, Quentin Tarantino, Coen Brothers, Mel Brooks, South Park, Family Guy, Breaking Bad, The Daily Show, NPR, Craig Ferguson, Ween, Foo Fighters, Rush, Widespread Panic, Cuban sandwiches, and good food. Indeed, pure quality and just the tip of the iceberg. Bet you didn't know there was an iceberg....(you can insert a Titanic joke here)
Six things I could never do without
I could do without never saying never.

As for six things, I could never do without?
1. National parks
B. Interesting documentaries that talk about national parks.
3. Comedians that make fun of interesting documentaries about our national parks
4. Our amazing democracy that allows us to defend our comedians that make fun of documentaries about our national parks.
5. Usually though, something I don't pack before I go camping or traveling
6. Laptop
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Existential transcendentalism or is it transcendental existentialism? Not sure, but it almost sounds cool. I am a guy, so...sports, food, sex, and saving puppies and kittens from burning orphanages.
On a typical Friday night I am
Hanging with friends at a Happy hour, then enjoying a nice dinner and perhaps going to a show at a small venue or watching a good film or leaving on a weekend jaunt... I don't like the word jaunt, because it sounds like a bad disease instead of short excursion.
"Sorry to inform you, but you have jaunt..."
And yet, I used it anyway!
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Actually, in all candor, I have yet to save puppies and kittens from a burning orphanage. But, I am so damn willing, if given the opportunity...
You should message me if
Think we could laugh, have a good time and be....
The two of us