Hey, thanks for taking the time to stop by and give this page a read.
I'm not much for writing about myself here except to perhaps get down alot of the main details. Too much personal self-discussion often seems to feel more like throwing oneself out like some sort of marketing demonstration and leaves me wondering if I'm giving a true impression or a more appropriate example of myself for consideration. If you wanna know a little bit up front though, here's how it goes. I got a buddy that's a total redneck, I got another that runs some hard rock internet radio, and me? I'm the guy in the middle that just enjoys company with no real problems with much at all.
Sounds appealing already, huh?
I get along with all sorts of people, musical tastes, and hobbies cause that's the kinda person I am. And, I guess that's why I figure it's better to know me in person, because even reading over it all it seems somewhat disingenuous to say. I'd just like to meet someone that I could enjoy the company of, talk to, be frank with, and if it works out from there I'd be getting ahead of myself wouldn't I?
Well, personally I think a casual sort of experience is the best to hang out with someone. Dinner is always nice and in a relaxed atmosphere it gives you time to talk to the other person. Movies are nice, but there's not much conversation. It's more the thing you do with someone to break the initial ice I suppose, like working some on being comfortable around someone before an actual date.
Still, meeting somewhere, having fun, that's what matters the most. A concert, a bowling alley, a resteraunt, it's mostly about who's comfortable with what I suppose.