I walk a lot. I ride motorcycles. (Yes, plural. I have 4. Half of them work. The other half I am working on.) I work in the theatre, which keeps me busy at some odd hours. I am ready to share some of this with someone again. Are you up for it?
I will update the rest of later. (Profile work in progress…)
So I keep busy. And I want to share some of this awesome life I have built myself with someone who is up for the adventure.
Also, being a bit of a perfectionist about projects I work on. This is an advantage and a disadvantage. To the disadvantage side, I will tend to put projects off, cause I know they'll drive me nuts once I start them. On the advantages side, once they're done, it's not likely I'll have to revisit them...
Movies: Shawshank Redemption, Lucky Number Slevin, most any Coen Brothers', A lot of Tim Burton's, Most of Terry Gilliam's
Shows: House of Cards, when there is a new season. The new Doctor Who is fun too. But I don't watch the tv much anymore. There's too much good stuff to do out in the world to spend much time on the couch watching others pretend to live.
Music: The Mountain Goats. Sure, there's a lot of other music that I like, but this is a hands down, unquestioned favorite.
Food: Again, with the theme of unquestioned favorites I'll have to go with Chipotle here. Like lots of other stuff too, but this is about favorite.
Other: Minnesota Frinfe Festival. Favorite. Thing. Ever. - This year will be my 15th year working for the Fringe, and I love it more than ever. Almost as much as my motorcycles… ;)
1. Minnesota Fringe Festival
3. Light / Dark
And yes, I did just cheat by combining 2 items into 1. I make no apologies, having read a few profile with far more egregious rules violations than this...
1. Minnesota Fringe Festival.
4. Seasons. 4 of them. Every Year. No, I won't move to the south with you, so don't ask.
5. Friends/Familly/People stuff, cause who wants to be alone all the time?
6. Food/Water/Air. You know, the stuff that prevents death and all...
So if you read many of my further explanations you will probably notice that I use 'i.e.' quite frequently, and possibly seem to be making a point of it sometimes. This might seem odd.
This leads to the 'admission' that I am going to make here. I used to use this somewhat interchangeably with 'e.g.' which turns out to be horribly incorrect. The thing that is 'private' about all of this, is that I learned the incorrectness of this from one of my favorite web comics, 'The Oatmeal.' Most of the grammar pages I was able to laugh and feel superior by saying that I already knew that. Then I read this page (when to use i.e. in a sentence,) and was much humbled. By a web comic...