33Belmont, United States
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My self-summary
I finished up at Alfred University with a German major and music minor a few years ago. I spent a semester in Munich and got plenty of travel in all around Europe. I play trombone, and I'm good at solving other people's computer problems while creating my own. Now I'm back home, absorbing the Boston experience, working at the airport late evenings and still getting up in the morning for November Project workouts.
What I’m doing with my life
I've been working in passenger service at the airport. I clear luggage for passengers connecting in Boston, assure that cargo and luggage get loaded in the proper positions, and relay the baggage counts to load control. I also have to prepare the flight plan and cabin briefing. I'm still at the check-in counter once or twice a week. There's plenty of stress but it's easiest to handle when you expect the problems and circumstances in advance.
I’m really good at
Saying completely useless facts, telling you what to do with your computer, navigating cities and the airport.
The first things people usually notice about me
I'm noticed? If I was noticed, how would I notice?

Helpfulness is up there, at least among those who think I'm helpful.

First impressions are never fair. And I don't believe in love at first sight, it's the third or fourth sight, or maybe even after a few weeks of knowing someone that it hits you.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I'm too lazy to open up a book. It's easier to read words on a screen, and I admit I often spend too much time reading Wikipedia and The Huffington Post.

Movies: BTTF trilogy, Run Lola Run, Cinema Paradiso
Music: Just about anything, can't go wrong with the right techno or 80s music. I'm saddened by the death of WBCN.
Food: Chinese and middle-eastern groceries
Six things I could never do without
Some people have more than six items and some have less. Rather than make a specific list, I should say that my collection of personal belongings and everyday necessities aren't the most common but certainly follow function.

If you know what any of the following are, you'll understand my philosophy:
Trek Lime
Jimi Wallet
Tunebug Shake
Nokia N900 (Though I've finally retired this phone)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Thinking? I'm allowed to think? I thought I wasn't allowed to think. Actually I didn't think that. Someone else thought of it for me. That said, I'd like to know how to advance my career and why the government is funding a bailout without hiring any bounty hunters.
On a typical Friday night I am
Working until 10:30. Friday is my Monday, so let's meet on a Sunday or Monday or for lunch.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I once got hit on by Courtney two weeks before Ben proposed to her on The Bachelor and realised it would probably be her when the date of her return trip was changed. Kept that secret for nearly four months.

When I'm at Trader Joe's and I pay with cash, I try to buy five items when the prices all end in a 9. Either that or I'll get whichever block of cheese gets me to a total where I don't have to deal with pennies.

There's also a video somewhere on the internet of my dad crowdsurfing.
You should message me if
you're falling for me after reading everything I've said above, or even if you just want a big hug. If you're bored and need entertainment, that's cool too; I'll probably feel the same.
The two of us