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The Sha to your Nannigans
|I am a||Man|
|From||Evanston, Illinois, United States|
|Height||6'4" (191cm) or above|
|Want children||I will tell you later|
|Education||Grad school student|
|I look for a||woman, 28-38 y.o. any ethnicity for friendship, relationship, romance|
More about me:
I love people first and film second. I delight in dark absurdest comedy. I'm addicted to old film noir flicks and I wish that I spoke French just for their cinema. I pine for good conversation and witty banter. I'm kind of shy, a little bit of a nerd, and a complete goof-ball.
I am currently in grad school to receive an M.S. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. I'm incredibly sarcastic and an average speller. I might be overly sarcastic, but, I guarantee, I can make you laugh.
Discovering new musical acts is a pastime of mine. I appreciate late 70's early 80's rock bands like the Talking Heads and Joy Division. As for Classic rock, I particularly dig The Doors and The Velvet Underground; solo-artists/singers/songwriters get most of my attention: Tom Waits, William Elliot Whitmore, Leonard Cohen, Van Morrison, Lou Reed, Andrew Bird, Mark Lanegan, Emily Wells and P.J. Harvey, to name a few. I listen to indie/indie-pop rock groups like: Broken Bells, Metric, The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Arcade Fire, Neutral Milk Hotel, Beirut, Stereolab, Fitz and the Tantrums, Of Montreal, LCD Soundsystem, Belle and Sebastian, Yo La Tengo, the Silver Jews, Trans Am, Radiohead and Stars. Occasionally, I listen to Experimental Electronic music and sometimes I chill out to Jazz (I believe that Charles Mingus was the most talented composer of all time). I'm Amish when it comes to hip-hop.
When I'm alone and not watching a film I'm most likely reading a book. Often the literature which I consume is philosophy related. I'm very preoccupied by post-modern and post-colonial thought and thinkers such as Baudrilliard and Glissant.
Favorite fiction: The Crying of Lot 49, Breakfast of Champions, A Confederacy of Dunces, The Little Prince, and In Search of Lost Time. Perhaps the most personally meaningful book of all time was Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance.
When with other people, I'm willing to do just about anything and I quite like going out, even if it's to ride camels with wandering Bedouins.
Art/Culture, Basketball, Books/Reading, Bowling, Cinema/Movies, Collecting, Computers, Eating out, Education/Career, Entertainment, Football, History, Live Shows, Meeting new people, Music, Nature, Net surfing, Philosophy, Photography, Poker, Psychology, Radio/Electronics, Science, Shopping, Sightseeing, Socialising, Sports, Tattoos/Piercings, Walking, Wrestling, Writing