I like to think I'm just like Jack Kerouac, but I'm not.
Originally from the Chicago area, moved back to the bay after going to school and teaching for a couple of years in LA. Originally I moved to the city after going to school in Santa Cruz.
I've been told that when I talk, people aren't sure whether to hug me or punch me in the face. I'm not sure if that's a compliment, but figured I'd throw it out there.
It calls me "more aggressive" on the personality thing, but that's ridiculous. I'm passive if anything.
Skateboarding has been my favorite thing to do for about 20 years now. I'll quit when I no longer need exercise or an outlet for life's stress.
I like pretending I know a lot about history.
I can change a tire, and have AAA for anything more serious than that.
One time I guessed the answer to final jeopardy with just the category. The category was "19th century Democrats" the answer was "Who is William Jennings Bryan." Edit: it's happened twice now. Category- "20th century political nicknames." My answer "The Iron Lady." I'm probably more proud of this than I should be.
Lately- my beard. If you like beards you'll love it, if you don't you'll hate it. I guess that's how those things go though.
Movies: Raising Arizona, American Beauty, American Psycho, Pulp Fiction, Thrashin', back to the future, Danger: Diabolik, anything with Bill Murray, documentaries, I don't know... a lot of movies are really good
TV: Curb your enthusiasm, The Daily Show, Colbert Report, The Office, It's always sunny in Philadelphia, bored to death (very upset it's been cancelled, I just got into it)
Music: anything from Otis Redding to Slayer, along with Ol' Dirty Bastard and Arab on Radar
Food: Pretty much anything from Asia is good
3) a place to sleep, or at least a hammock
4) my skateboard
5) friends/family/all that cheesy stuff
6) a little uncertainty in life
Why is it that a lot of people who want casual sex on here are so proud of being dungeons and dragons free?
Politics/ social justice
running away and living in the woods somewhere that I can just survive off the land
Why everybody seems to be upset about your/you're, but not other usage errors. Let's face it, people screw up who/whom a lot more.
-You don't list anything by Ayn Rand in the favorite books section.
-You have secret nature spots you can show me.
-You think the fact that I am 31 years old and still obsessed with playing with a useless wooden toy is a good thing