Name: Sarah Heuer
Twitter: “My twitter account is @heusar but I have a neurotic habit of obsessing over and then deleting my tweets—and sometimes my entire account—so, you know, proceed with caution.”
Website: “I am one-half of the people responsible for the high-brow/low-brow collision that is PhiLOLZophy.”
What’s your job?
“I teach philosophy at community college. Yes, lots of my students are my age. Yes, they still at least appear to take me seriously. No, they do not hit on me.”
Other than your job, what are your claims to fame?
“I write music reviews for the Twin Cities Daily Planet, and I contribute to The Tangential. I own several pairs of neon hightops.”
What’s your relationship status?
“I’m not not dating someone.”
Where are you most likely to be seen?
“Lyle’s, First Ave, Jäger, Triple Rock, Kitty Cat Klub…you know, all those obnoxious hipster places. When 1419 closed, a little piece of me died. Seriously, I think about how much I miss 1419 like at least once a week.”
Where are you least likely to be seen?
“Any of those downtown bars whose names would make very high-scoring Scrabble words. Envy, Aqua, Elixir, etc. I thought that Bootleggers and Brothers were the same thing until like six months ago when I went to the former trying to catch a glimpse of The Situation, which is probably the only reason you could get me to go there.”
With what people are you most likely to be seen?
“The Tangenitalia; my bff4eae and co-blogger Chrissy Stockton; my zany, freestyling hipster brother Ian.”
Where were you born?
What neighborhood do you live in now?
“Uptown—technically, Lowry Hill. Next to all the mansions.”
What’s your ride?
“A Volkwagen Golf like everyone else in Uptown—I once spent 45 minutes trying to find my car in the Calhoun Square parking ramp and in the process found four other identical cars, ugh—only mine is distinguishable in that it is affectionally referred to as Garbage Car. If you ever see it, you will find out why.”
What’s the best way for someone to start a conversation with you?
“Add me on Gchat, which is where I spend approximately 75% of my conscious hours.”
Photo courtesy Sarah Heuer