28 Jersey City, United States
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My self-summary
To know me is to discover that people don't make any sense at all.

- I'm originally from New Jersey. I'm a sensible driver.
- I volunteer for a suicide hotline. I have a minor freak-out if I get two e-mails in the same minute at work.
- I lived in DC for four years after college. I didn't work for the government.
- I listen to a ton of indie rock. Also a lot of country and jazz.
- I'm dearly loyal to my sports teams. They've never won anything.
- I've never used Snapchat. I am 28 years old. How does that happen?

- I'm enjoying being single. But for the right person I'd be thrilled to be in a relationship.
What I’m doing with my life
- Working for a mutual fund manager. Putting off making decisions about the future, which makes me a great fit for said mutual fund manager.
- Traveling: Last year I went solo to Singapore, Thailand and Australia. It was all the things (as they say).
- Dancing myself clean. Which is a really good song but also doubles as a pretty solid way of life, don't you think?
I’m really good at
Forgetting to take my vitamins in the morning. Or more likely just totally avoiding it.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Usually something that has a really compelling looking card at the bookstore. I bought "Room" recently not even knowing it was a movie, but because "Jessie" at Word Jersey City said she really liked it. I don't know you Jessie, but if it's good enough for you...

Music: The Gaslight Anthem, Beach Slang, anything Andrew McMahon makes, Matt & Kim, Courtney Barnett, anything anthemic, and something new every day.

Food: Most things, but I recently spotted a highly-Yelp-reviewed Chicago-style pizzeria in NYC, someone needs to tell me if this is a capital offense or just really intrepid.

Shows: Anything at all about how comical dating is in 2016. Also John Oliver, Broad City, The Americans, House of Cards, Master of None, Bojack Horseman.
The six things I could never do without
One of those Amazon devices that you can command to do anything except, apparently, helping you write your OkCupid profile.
Two good books.
Flight of the Conchords on DVD.
That running watch my old roommate's dog mistook for food but keeps ticking nonetheless. It has, you know, character.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Why anyone ever replaces the toilet paper roll under. What a terrible time to have to solve a puzzle.
On a typical Friday night I am
Leaving life behind at a concert, volunteering, catching a ballgame (Ha! Halfhearted pun!), studying for grad school, or something significantly more mundane because I probably did all those things earlier this week and let's be real, I'm no longer 23.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I have a tendency to get overly excited about fresh vegetables.
You should message me if
you've taken up a hobby and actually stuck with it. There's a guitar, a French-English dictionary, a bike helmet, and a wok that are counting on you!