41 San Francisco, United States
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My self-summary
Smart, funny, talented, good conversationalist, pretty good manners, great with kids, love my family, almost always on time. Despite this litany of positive qualities, I assure you, I have just enough neuroses to keep you amused.

Got a pleasin' disposition. And I don't care about football or fishin'. (If you get the reference, we REALLY need to meet...)
What I’m doing with my life
Just relocated to San Francisco from NYC, for business and life. (Both of which involve keeping people entertained.)
I’m really good at
Games (board games, not mind games), grammar, trivia, talking politics, riding roller coasters (can someone actually be good at that?), karaoke, foosball, laughing, making you laugh, making children laugh, listening.
The first things people usually notice about me
I know a lot of seemingly useless information. I say seemingly, because I've figured out how to actually make that knowledge useful (starting with entertaining you, and continuing with my job).
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Music: The Beatles (I know, real original opinion), the Who, the Hives, Elvis Costello, the Hold Steady, R.E.M., Pixies, the Kinks. Warren Zevon was an absolute genius; so is Mark Everett (of the Eels). The Cars are underrated. Glad Hall and Oates is finally getting proper appreciation. Have a particular passion for classic punk, esp. the Jam and the Buzzcocks. My favorite band of the past ten years is the Futureheads, who you probably haven't heard of but would have in a perfect world. I suppose you could say my tastes are diverse—I like both rock and roll.

Books: 1984, Fast Food Nation, Watchmen, Rosemary's Baby, pretty much anything about American political history. I recently read Gulliver's Travels for the first time, which kind of blew my mind.

Movies: Fargo, Some Like It Hot, Bonnie and Clyde, The Wizard of Oz, This Is Spinal Tap, Swingers, Back to the Future, Pulp Fiction, Goodfellas, That Thing You Do!, Citizen Kane, Planet of the Apes

Foods: Chocolate, shrimp, tapas, juice, ravioli. Not a vegetarian but vegetarian-friendly (I like fake meat).
The six things I could never do without
Ah, you know, the usual. I don't particularly care for this question.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
I'll spin out these elaborate fantasies of my alternate lives: I'm president, I'm the frontman of an otherwise all-female punk band, I'm the world's greatest escape artist, I'm dad to the child of a super-cool lesbian couple, etc.
On a typical Friday night I am
Sometimes I'm working, sometimes I'm hanging out with crazy artists, sometimes I'm at a karaoke bar, sometimes I'm decompressing at home. I mean, who can say what typical is anyway?
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I have a scientifically calculated list of my top 200 all-time favorite musicians and bands.
You should message me if
You're easy to talk to. You like to laugh at poorly punctuated signs. You think you'll appreciate what I do (and think I'll appreciate what you do). You realize that cats are awesome, beyond their meme value. You're cute, but still a grown woman. You've got it together, though you still freak out on occasion. You don't have any dangling modifiers in your profile. You have no intention of jerking me around. You believe in public-transportation etiquette. You're an original.

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