44 Playa del Rey, United States
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My self-summary
On paper, I seem to be on different ends of the spectrum about my interests:

I can debate the designated hitter in baseball (I'm for it!) or the best series of Star Trek (DS9, obviously).
I'm happy with a $1.50 taco from a truck or a $300 meal at a Michelin star restaurant.
My iPod includes such diverse artists as Iron Maiden, Jay-Z, Sinatra and CHVRCHES.
I laugh equally as hard at Louis CK as I do at this video:

Beyond that, I run three times a week so I don't get fat from the food I eat. I am definitely in the 'run to eat' category, not the 'training for a marathon' group...
What I’m doing with my life
Until I find a way to take over for Andrew Zimmern on Bizarre Foods, I spend my days working in the non-profit sector. But that's fun too!
I’m really good at
I kick ass at air drumming in the car. I am sure I look like I'm having a seizure, but I don't care. I own that shit.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
A sampling of things I enjoy:
TV: The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, Top Chef, Archer, Rick & Morty, The Fall, X-Files, Better Call Saul.
Movies: The Godfather I & II, Shawshank Redemption, most anything with Simon Pegg, Goodfellas, Indiana Jones, The Princess Bride.
Music in heavy rotation: Foo Fighters, Tove Lo, Walk the Moon, Florence + The Machine, Meg Myers, Peter Gabriel.
Anglophilia: I love Doctor Who, Sherlock, Top Gear, Graham Norton, and many other things from across the pond.
The six things I could never do without
Four... six... who can count?
My morning coffee (cliche as it is)
My pug. She's awesome.
My iPod because music makes everything better.
Something funny. Everyone needs a few daily laughs.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How it's possible that "could of/should of" makes any sense to people.
Where my vocabulary, which consists of thing like "Jiminy Christmas" and "Great Googily Moogily", comes from. I think parts of my brain are from the 1950s.
If I will ever find good pizza and bagels in L.A. It's like finding Bigfoot.
On a typical Friday night I am
No such thing as typical and all that... That said, I'm always open to playing Cards Against Humanity or watching hilariously bad movies with friends, I might binge on a new show or go see a band live. Or drink myself into a stupor. You know, whatever works. (I am joking about the drinking part... or am I??)
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I once planned a trip to Chicago just because I made dinner reservations. And yes, it was worth it!