31 Seattle, United States
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My self-summary
The only thing more exciting to me than meeting someone whose views line up pleasantly with mine is meeting someone with whom I disagree in an interesting way. I hold my convictions solidly, up until the point when someone shows me a new way of seeing the world. I always try to keep in mind that being born an able-bodied, mostly straight, white male in America is playing life on the easiest difficulty setting. I cry at the drop of a hat when I see a good person struggling unfairly. What I'm trying to say is there is nothing more precious in this world than the people all around us, and I want to talk to all of you.
What I’m doing with my life
I work in healthcare and volunteer within the community.
I'm quietly agonizing about going back to school.
Sometimes I like to write, and I draw pictures of Death at businesses I visit.
I’m really good at
Listening actively, empathizing. Mixing delicious and strong cocktails. Acting like this is the first time you've told me this story.
The first things people usually notice about me
I have a bushy beard and giant glasses. I'm just begging people to look at my face, despite being professionally unable to maintain eye contact.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food

Franny & Zooey - dead white male
Between the World and Me - black male
The Better Angels of Our Nature - white male
The Bell Jar - dead white female
Americanah - black female
Where'd You Go Bernadette - white female


Me and You and Everyone We Know
The Skeleton Twins
Lars and the Real Girl


I don't understand television. I've only ever watched Buffy, 30 Rock, and Parks & Rec.


St. Vincent
Aesop Rock
Belle & Sebastian
Ryan Adams
Sufjan Stevens
My Brightest Diamond
My Morning Jacket
not My Chemical Romance
Run the Jewels (Meow the Jewels)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Skeletons drumming on each other with themselves. Ghosts made of lightning and fire. The Nothing from The Neverending Story.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
David Bowie songs sound like a joke I'm not in on.
You should message me if
You ever read Buttercup Festival.