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My self-summary
I'm fairly sure I could hold a conversation with anyone, aside from genuine mutes and fans of "Glee." Those two groups give me the willies.

You may be able to tell that I joke about everything, including areas of serious pain. Some might call that a defensive mechanism. I call it being fun.

This is my first time with a dating site, so this whole experience is more than a little horrifying. That being said, meeting people at bars is difficult and awkward. Drop me a line if you're interested.
What I’m doing with my life
I write about the ridiculous, violent and awesome sport of hockey for a living. They even encourage me to write bad puns and awful jokes. It's clearly what I was spawned to do.

(For the record, you don't have to love hockey or sports. All I ask for is tolerance.)

In addition to that job, I have an insatiable desire to do interesting things.
I’m really good at
Eh, that seems conceited.

Besides, I'm like, good at everything.
The first things people usually notice about me
Probably the chainsaw.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
As much as I fancy fine art and deep philosophical texts, TV and movies are a nice escape from reality. That's why I love It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Arrested Development and other shows of its ilk. I have a love/hate relationship with zombie movies (in that I love the good ones and hate the bad ones). Pretty lofty stuff.

A few music choices: Most of Mike Patton's work (Faith No More, Mr. Bungle, etc.), Arcade Fire, Hercules & Love Affair, the New Pornographers and other forms of oddball rock.

Movies: I absolutely love documentaries (Murderball, The King of Kong, many others), Coen brothers, Cronenberg, pre-creepy child molester Woody Allen, Simon Pegg's work (Shaun of the Dead, Hot Fuzz) and so on.

Books: "The Game" by Ken Dryden is pretty much a requirement for any hockey writer/fan. I'm a big fan of Malcolm Gladwell, Chuck Klosterman and other exhaustive thinkers.

Generally I think I'm about a 7 on the irritating Snob-o-Meter.
Six things I could never do without
Food, oxygen, water, shelter, sarcasm and explosions.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm deeply ashamed of my inability to grow a beard. Kurt Russell's face-nest in "The Thing" is a source of both awe and envy.
You should message me if
You feel like it. Boom.
The two of us