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My self-summary
Cook/freelance editor/future physician assistant.

Former child-actor still haunted by my failed audition for Home Alone 3.

This is me child acting! Spot the difference at the 15-second mark:
What I’m doing with my life
I used to study skeletons using big magnets.
Then taught 8th grade science to special needs kids at a bougie school in Tribeca. Now I'm taking classes to become a physician assistant while working as a cook on the side.
I’m really good at
Playing the tin whistle, mirroring Tswift's moves, making borscht.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Authors/genres: Haruki Murakami, Stephen J. Gould, Paul Farmer, Harry Crews, Robert Walser, Pablo Neruda, sexy Latin authors, glum Russian authors.

Movies: Taken 1, 2, and 3.... Also "Tooken".

Music: I dig playing music and really want to see more shows! So far I've played klezmer, swing, ska, and irish folk (ask me about the Irish folk scene in Beijing). Handy with brass and woodwinds. Current mission: learn the concertina.

Food: Borscht and only borscht. I eat nothing but borscht.
Six things I could never do without
A half dozen pizza bagels.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Every morning at 7:25 am, as I mildly injure myself/ narrowly avoid death while biking to work, I wonder why there are so many potholes on 3rd ave in Brooklyn.
On a typical Friday night I am
out and about biking around BK or at home cooking dinner and watching the taken trilogy with my roommate's dog.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
one time in high school wood shop, I made a one hitter and tested it in the back of the building, not realizing the windows to the shop were two-way mirrors. The entire class saw me and upon entering, the shop teacher goes, " Eh mo', whaduya got there?" (he called everyone mo).

I say, "it's a whistle."

He says, "oh yea, why don't you play it for us?"

At this point the teacher and the class, half of which included the football/lacrosse team, are laughing/giggling/ staring in disbelief.

Using my fife skills I successfully play the pipe, leading my shop teacher to say "Good job mo'. Carry on."

I unintentionally recreated a scene from "outside providence."
You should message me if
1). you want to ride bikes/ do fun things in NY!

(2) you wanna grab coffee, a beer, or whatever!

(3) You can out borscht me.

(4)... you appreciate this sans irony:
The two of us