Restaurant lover, travel junkie, speaker of provocative things to make people laugh.
Planning trips and experiencing the culture via food, drinks, and talking to strangers.
Sending incredibly lame messages and hoping I'm cute and/or interesting enough to get a response in spite of it. Seriously though what I lack in digital seduction prowess I more than make up for in analog conversations.
In the Mood for Love, Mulholland Drive (probably my favorite), There Will Be Blood, Blue Valentine, Drive, anything with Ryan Gosling or Amy Adams.
Radiohead, Daft Punk, Crystal Castles, Gesaffelstein, Final Fantasy soundtracks.
Mr. Robot. It's spectacular, I am a Mr Robot evangelist. Oh, and Bojack Horseman is a modern day masterpiece.
Favorites in SF include Kin Khao, State Bird (I have been known to ditch work early on a Friday to stand in line), Mission Chinese, Californios, Liho Liho, Rove Kitchen and Souvla
der Wille zur Macht
What makes a great movie, story, song, or restaurant/meal great
Who's available to go with me on my next international outing. Schedules are hard. Fun-employed? Front of the line!
How to become a spy (probably should prepare by learning a bunch of languages... German? Spanish? Dothraki?)
1. sleeping early so I can go hiking on Saturday.
2. Going to public works or some other show and trying to stay awake long enough for the headliner to come out.
In between there are various bar shenanigans, netflix nights and movie/restaurant outings.
It's like a rainbow of millennial options
Or if you want to share your favorite city bars/restaurants/hangouts with me. I have a great list to swap!
If you're a militant anti-cuddler or deep down you a have the soul of a Disney villain then we PROBABLY won't be a good match but who knows, right?