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My self-summary
So, here's the usual tripe: Right now, copywriting pays the bills, but it's soul-less, bland-ass, writing that I'm not terribly fond of. Luckily, I'm also a screenwriter, work for the Atlanta Film Festival, and am attempting to build a career for myself as a film & television Script Supervisor. That's where the love, passion, and ambition is, and I respond well to guys who have something, anything, that they feel the same way about.

Being on a film set is magic. It's adrenalin, it's focus, it's collaboration at its finest, and the folks that work here in the Atlanta independent film community are the kind of people I want to spend my time with forever. Hilarious, hard-working, creative, chill, and massively inspirational.

The "hilarious" part is important -- I love to laugh. About all things. Every day. As much as possible. It's half the reason I'm even on this website, because dear lord, you boys and your poems and "do the drapes match the curtains?" comments sure are a hoot.
What I’m doing with my life
Trying not to screw it up?
I’m really good at
Relaxing by the fire out back. Drinking whiskey.

Making the people who matter to me feel important and appreciated, because they're delightful human beings that rock my socks and will watch Weekend at Bernie's 2 and Who Framed Roger Rabbit with me... just because.

Tying unsuspecting victims to my bed posts. Aw, wait... shucks. I have no bed posts.

Buying bed posts.
The first things people usually notice about me
There's this monkey that follows me around; no one knows why and I have no idea what he wants. He does tend to get really jealous when I date anyone and I often see him polishing knives.

I mean, I wouldn't worry about it.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books. The Cabinet of Curiosities. Tom Waits' Biographies. The Amber Room. Ender's Game. The Prestige. Breakfast with Sharks.

Side Note: Fifty Shades of Grey can go fuck itself. Its popularity is maddening; maddening, I say.

Shows. Breaking Bad. Slings & Arrows. Coupling. Adventuretime. Masters of Sex. Homeland. American Horror Story. Fringe. Deadwood. Supernatural. Face Off. Battlestar Gallactica. Firefly. The 4400. Six Feet Under. Jericho. LOST. Carnivale. Justified. Game of Thrones. The Simpsons. Just to name a few.

Movies. Jaws. The Shawshank Redemption (I know; it's EVERYONE'S favorite). Shining Through. The Prestige. True Lies. Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Jurassic Park. Homeward Bound. Nothing to Lose. Last Action Hero. Three Men and a Baby. Three Men and a Little Lady. Bobby. The Breakfast Club. The Shining. American Beauty. Silver Linings Playbook. Demolition Man. What Dreams May Come. Mrs. Doubtfire. There Will Be Blood. Friday Night Lights. Remember the Titans. Windy City Heat. God Bless America.

Music. A little of everything. It completely depends on what I'm doing, where I'm at, and what life is throwing at me.

Video Games. I fucking love them, but I'm still getting my sea legs. The Last of Us, BioShock, Uncharted, Far Cry, Journey.

Food. Italian... and STEAK. God, I love meat. If you're a vegetarian, it's gunna be rough; real rough.
Six things I could never do without
1) Meat. I could never, ever, be a vegetarian. Can't do it.
2) Something to write with.
3) Friends.
4) Family.
5) Enthusiasm. (There's a brilliant piece called "The Death of Enthusiasm" that I often recommend, because it's usually a good kick in the ass.)
6) Copious amounts of sex; the feeling of physical attraction
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Pandas. And sometimes rocking chairs. Is that weird?
On a typical Friday night I am
Fighting crime.

I mean, someone has to. Batman isn't real.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Sometimes, I listen to the band Icehouse, and I enjoy it.

I know.
You should message me if
You're still reading?
The two of us