34 Atlanta, United States
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My self-summary
I'm the kind of dude that everyone is a fan of, but someone with a touch of quirkiness is going to appreciate me the most. A bit about me- I'm a 34 year old drifter who loves rock n'roll, video games, movies, graphic novels, 90s stuff, 80s stuff, electric guitars, synthesizers, city living, and live music. If you're a big kid at heart then you'll love me. If you're a cerebral and curious then you'll love me. If you've got a dry, sarcastic sense of humor than you've come to the right place.
What I’m doing with my life
Marching to the beat of my own drum, and always looking out for my next big opportunity. Music and sound is my life, and I stay as close to it as possible. I do production for a cluster of radio stations in Atlanta as well as music composition for film and television. I also do freelance writing work for a few companies as well as some freelance commercial production. Need a Preparation H or Summer's Eve commercial produced from start to finish? Look no further.

Lately I've been going to the gym a lot. These guns aren't going to sculpt themselves.
I’m really good at
I believe that one of my strengths is making other people feel better around me. People have told me that I should've gone into Psychology, as I always seem to have the right advice for everyone. Now only if I took my own advice....

Another strong quality I have is that I'm a born leader. I've made a lot of friends, and I'm typically the "leader of the pack" in my social circle. People genuinely seem to like me, and like being around me. The only problem is that lately all of the ladies seem to want to be my best friend. Perhaps I should change my name to Token.

I'm also an excellent listener. I like to talk as much as the next guy, but I'm not one of those people who will pretend to listen to you.

I'm well-educated, well-mannered, and I've got a great dry sense of humor. Make fun of me, and I'll laugh right along with you. Be original though. I already know most of the good jokes about myself.
The first things people usually notice about me
My height (6'3), eyes, or the fact that I'm trapped in the 90s and still rock Doc Martens.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
(A) So many books, I'm gonna have to come back to this one later....right now I'm reading Unbreakable.

(B) Edward Scissorhands, Pan's Labyrinth, Braveheart, Purple Rain, Grindhouse, Kill Bill (Volume 2 was disappointing), Atonement, Sin City, Gladiator, There Will Be Blood, Zombieland, Batman, Gangs of New York, Sweeney Todd, Super, Interstellar, Back to the Future, GOOD horror movies that aren't rated PG-13, Pirates of the Caribbean series (2 and 4 weren't so great though), Machete, Marvel movies, DC movies, Will Ferrell-esque comedies.

For TV shows its currently all about Game of Thrones, Penny Dreadful, Silicon Valley, and Vikings.

(C) This could go on forever: NIN, Tool, A Perfect Circle, Tori Amos, Bjork, The Birthday Massacre, Placebo, The Cure, Stabbing Westward, She Wants Revenge, Marilyn Manson, David Bowie, Collide, 8mm, Tangerine Dream, VAST, Emilie Autumn, Ours, Jimmy Gnecco, In This Moment, Agnes Milewski, St. Vincent, Interpol, Muse, Melissa Auf Der Maur, Foals, Depeche Mode, Explosions In The Sky, Mogwai, and other alt-rock, indie, and hard rock bands. I'm also a huge fan of cinema music and scores for multimedia (television, video games, interactive media, etc.) You'll have to message me for that list because it's huge.

(D) Italian, Mexican, pretty much all Asian cuisine. I've been eating a lot of hummus lately, but my co-workers all think it's gross. My boss eats Great Wraps on a daily basis, and might I add this particular Great Wraps got a 74 on their last health inspection. I think that's a lot more disgusting than some ground up chick peas.
The six things I could never do without
Pen and Paper
Good movies
I spend a lot of time thinking about
why someone would pay $16.50 to go see a movie in 3D. It completely ruins the cinematic adventure. Personally, I can't even see what's going on with wearing those cheap-ass goggles that the theater provides.
On a typical Friday night I am
either working late or out with friends at a bar or a show. Sometimes I like to come home, take a shower, watch some TV, and save going out for Saturday.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm disgusted by most large insects. Yep, it's true. I also spend time at work taking corporate memos and re-writing them as dirty madlibs for my co-workers. Not really private, I know, but my boss probably wouldn't appreciate knowing about it.
You should message me if
You've gotten this far and you like what you see. A few caveats:

-There's nothing I can't stand more than getting a message from someone who clearly hasn't even taken the time to, at the very least, skim through my basic info. If you're 50 we're not gonna have much in common in terms of a relationship connection. Same deal if you're 20. You can message me and attempt to argue this, but there's a very good chance you won't get a message in return. If you're 2+ years out of the age range I've specified then I wish you the best of luck but I'm probably not the one for you.

-Religion: I was born Catholic but I don't really practice- I'm more of a "spiritual but not religious" kind of guy. If you have a problem with this we probably won't get along.

-I like going to dive bars and have drinks as much as the next dude, but I'm a bit long in the tooth for the daily-drunk routine. If this is your MO, we probably won't be good for each other.

-If you've read through all of this and decide to message me then I'm excited to talk but please do us both a favor and say more than just "hey" or "what's up?" That gives me nothing to work with, and I'll either not respond or respond with something equally as empty leaving us locked in an awkward stalemate.

Now that we've got that out of the way, I hope you'll message me if you like what you've read!