I grew up in an amazing smallish city in MN then spent four years in Washington, DC. After school, I moved to Minneapolis to work at a big company, which I quickly left to start a business.
I like to turn off the lights in rooms and feel my way around.
If there's a ball on the ground, I'm probably going to pick it up and throw it. ...Then retrieve it. Then throw it, again...
I walk fast. Too fast?
I love thoughtful, deep, deliberate, debates. Life is complex. And that's okay! Let's talk it out and not get too worked up about it. We're all just trying to be happy.
I try not to take things too seriously and am willing to experience almost anything at least once.
Juggling objects at inopportune times.
Adhering to the Rule of Three.
Some favorite titles: Mayflower, Amazing Grace, Freakonomics, The Man Nobody Knows, The Killer Angels, Atlas Shrugged, The Devil in the White City, Liar's Poker, Slaughterhouse-Five, John Adams, A Song of Fire and Ice, Hillbilly Elegy...
Movies: Oscar Season should be counted amongst Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall as a recognized period of time.
Some favorites: Citizen Kane, Glory, Black Swan, WALL-E, Nebraska, Zero Dark Thirty, Hero, The Social Network, Good Will Hunting, Ghostbusters, A Night at the Opera, Nebraska, Ex Machina, the LOTR series...
TV: Aaron Sorkin has me eating out of his hand.
Can't miss: Game of Thrones, Dexter, The West Wing, Star Trek, The Office, Entourage, South Park, Red Dwarf, Whose Line, True Detective, RuPaul's Drag Race, Veep, Firefly, The Wire, anything Ken Burns has done.
Music: No shame Top 40 fan. I can get into pretty much anything. It's more fun that way.
Will always jam to: Fair to Midland, Dave Matthews Band, Kygo, Anberlin, First Aid Kit, Jimmy Eat Word, Santigold, Starcadian, The Decemberists, film scores...
Food: I'll eat anything. Even that statement.
Carl Sagan's Hair
How slight differences in tone, diction, or phrasing can drastically alter the meaning of one's speech and, relatedly, how much texting sucks as a communication medium.
You're ambitious – but don't get too worked up about it!
You'd be willing to meet up sooner>later. I think Interacting with someone via the lens of a profile and the filter of a keyboard is kinda like trying to explain surfing to someone who has never done it. Sure, you can describe the shape of the board, talk about the smell of the ocean, and explain the physics of sliding down crashing waves, but you'll never really "know" surfing until you just get out there and do it.