About Me: Male, 23, Los Angeles, CA, member since Sep 2012
I am a 20 year old who despite what recent medical reports say, am very fit and healthy. I exercise vigorously 5-6 times a week for an hour. I mostly eat 100% whole grains with lots of fruits and vegetables with some poultry and lean meat. I avoid processed foods, proce
[More]ssed sugar, and refined flour like the plague. In my spare time I play music. I've been playing and competing in classical piano since I was about 4 years old and in recent years I got a job teaching piano as well as guitar. I also go to school full time and work part time at the University of California Santa Barbara. No I do not drink (despite my schools reputation) or smoke. I study Geography (GIS) and Economics. I also love to study history whenever I can. One of my other hobbies outside of music is to read. Dostoyevsky and Joyce are probably my two favorite authors alongside Vonnegut, Camus, and Kafka.
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