I'm a very curious person. If I find out that you're an expert at something, I will ask you questions until you start to wonder if I'm secretly plotting to steal your identity and take over your life (answer: maybe).
I believe the four right chords could make me cry, as all San Franciscans should.
You may have noticed that I'm pro-Oxford comma. I don't see the point in arguing about it, but I'll allow it to be the subject of angry sex.
A man on the MUNI complimented my shoes the other day. He then started a long rant about the British Banking Illuminati, so that may discount the value of his opinion.
I have a voracious appetite for music, though sometimes that means I'll listen to the same album on repeat for 3 weeks straight (Lemonade, anyone?). Currently, I've got the new RAC album on repeat. I also enjoy a lot of embarrassing pop music. Max Martin kind of pop music. If you don't know who that is, Google him. I'll wait.
That being said, my pop tastes have been trending left-field and Nordic lately. There's also a long list of music that I like that will probably, at some point, intersect with your idea of good taste. Sleater-Kinney is my favorite band of all time. I appreciate a good mash-up. I'm currently in love with the podcast Song Exploder.
TV: Archer, Rick and Morty, Orphan Black, iZombie, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, The Expanse. No longer on the air: Veronica Mars, 30 Rock, Firefly, Community, Parks and Rec.
I love the 60's MOMA school of photography (Robert Frank, Lee Friedlander, Garry Winogrand, William Eggleston, etc). The Americans is one of my favorites. I also like Eugène Atget. As for contemporary photographers, Nikki S. Lee does some really interesting work. At one point in my life, I assumed that I would have an MFA in photography by now.
Is it delicious? I will eat it. I'm usually fine eating around other people's dietary preferences, but if you're a diabetic vegan with Celiac disease, you may just have to watch me eat poisonous, morally reprehensible food.
I play video games. The most recent things that I've played and enjoyed are Prey and Horizon. Overwatch is my current PVP of choice. I love narrative, but I also really appreciate good mechanics and the appeal of grind. I'd love to have critical conversations about the medium, but it's not something a lot of people that I know think about from an academic perspective, or at all.
national parks pass
a good belayer.
Ringlocks. I'm really bad at them.
How do I play this song on the drums?
I think I have an extra muscle in my tongue that nobody else seems to have.
Could your record collection beat up my record collection? Want to teach me how to use a CNC machine? :)
Please don't be planning to internet murder me.