36New Orleans, United States
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My self-summary
I moved here from Chicago to start med school and now I just graduated. I enjoy going out to see the musics or the films or eating delicious vegetarian food. Not that the place has to have only vegetarian food, just that maybe there's one thing besides a veggie burger. I just renewed my Audubon membership so if you want to go to the zoo or the aquarium, I'm your gal. Or I'm always up for a baseball game (can we still just call them the Zephyrs? I just can't get behind Babycakes.). I like whiskey, probably a little too much, though I don't get into as much trouble as I used to. Latest New Orleans celebrity encounter: Greg Dulli of the Afghan Whigs. Met my favorite musician of all time on Mardi Gras day on the balcony of R Bar overlooking the craziness of St. Ann's while wearing a saloon girl outfit. I really, really love New Orleans.
What I’m doing with my life
I went to undergrad for film and then did an about face and went to med school. Currently doing my pediatrics residency at Children's Hospital. Learning the Twin Peaks theme song on the piano and taking care of my very elderly German Shepherd also take up a good portion of my time.
I’m really good at
Being rowdy at baseball games, making a fool out of myself
The first things people usually notice about me
I always look EXACTLY like someone's friend's sister or a long lost cousin.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books- Of Human Bondage is probably the book I've read and re-read the most. Right now: Of a Fire on the Moon
Movies- I was a film major, I like just about all of 'em. During an interview for a residency position, I recommended Swiss Army Man for being "surprisingly poignant for a movie with so many fart jokes".
Music- All time favorites: Afghan Whigs, Pulp, Will Oldham, Songs: Ohia, The Hold Steady, Drive-by Truckers
Lately: Courtney Barnett, War on Drugs, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit
Shows- Netflix would probably say Science Fiction and Quirky Comedies. Firefly, Doctor Who, Black Books, BSG, Parks & Rec, Community, Archer, etc.
Lately: Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Handmaid's Tale, waiting impatiently for the new season of Rick & Morty
Food-the beet reuben at Siberia. If I could eat one thing for the rest of my life, that would be it.
I also love theatre but goddamn is it expensive. I have been to one play since I've moved here and that makes me extremely sad.
Six things I could never do without
I'd be pretty sad without animals, my mom, something to listen to music with, cheese, alcohol, and fairly easy access to large bodies of water.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
how I probably should've taken my doomsday prepper friend's offer to get in on a bunker deal.
On a typical Friday night I am
who knows. I can tell you what I'm doing tonight (a Saturday): listening to the How Did This Get Made of the Fate of the Furious while reading the recent Sean O'Neal articles on the AV Club. I'm more of a "goes to bars on a Tuesday" type.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'd rather listen to The Monkees over The Beatles.
You should message me if
you are not going to kill me and wear my skin for pajamas. You should probably not message me if you are a headless torso. So many torsos on this thing and they only seem to know how to say "sup?". I guess that they can communicate at all is something.
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