How's life? I'm Eric. I like to wander the world in search of adventure. I like to dance, I like to cook, I like to get lost riding Divvy.
I've lived in Chicago for 2 years, moved down from Milwaukee. I enjoy my life here a lot, looking for that inspirational somebody to add to it.
“When I was 5 years old, my mother always told me that happiness was the key to life. When I went to school, they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I wrote down ‘happy’. They told me I didn't understand the assignment, and I told them they didn't understand life.” -John Lennon
ENTP for the Myers Briggs folks.
Dancing like a fool
Finding the snooze button in my sleep
Prey, Timeline, Post Singular, 1984, Harry Potter, History stuff, Science Fiction
Music: Trance, alternative, oldies, 90's Music! My preferences are always changing but recently my Pandora station seems to have become infused with a strain of Disney classics...
Armin van Buuren, Tiesto, Summer Set, Avicii, The Offspring, Queen, Journey, All Time Low, The Ataris, One Direction, Maroon 5
As for movies, I'm up for anything. Comedy, action, horror, even a few romantic comedies can be good. My favorite movie of all time probably has to be Supertroopers. Yeah, I dig the stupid comedy.
The Walking Dead
The Big Bang Theory
How I Met Your Mother
Once Upon a Time
The Daily Show
It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia
According to Jim
Bill Nye the Science Guy
All food is fairly awesome...except for lima beans. I like Italian, Thai, and sushi.
Even out of school, I'd like to continue learning.
Science has an answer (or at least a guess) for pretty much everything.
I try to meet someone new every day, and I love people watching.
Life is boring without challenges.
Most of all, I like thinking about what lies in the stars. What unseen wonders inhabit the far reaches of space that I will never get to visit?
If you like intellectual debates;
If you're interested in scheming up devious ways to get rich;
If you think you can beat me in Scrabble, or Monopoly.
Also, I discourage messages from extreme religious people. I respect your right to have it, but I want nothing to do with it. Moderates are fine, and spirituality can certainly be interesting...but only with an open mind. If your religion stops you from doing something you would otherwise enjoy, I consider that extreme.