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  • Ages 27–43
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My Details

Last Online
Yesterday – 7:47pm
Asian, Hispanic / Latin
5′ 4″ (1.63m)
Body Type
Mostly vegetarian
Atheism, and somewhat serious about it
Aries, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from university
Relationship Status
Open relationship
Relationship Type
Mostly non-monogamous
Doesn’t have kids, and doesn’t want any
Likes dogs and has cats
English (Fluently), Spanish (Fluently), Japanese (Okay), Sign Language (Poorly), Russian (Poorly)

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My self-summary
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Hi! I wanted to let you guys know off the top I'm not actively looking for anyone else, so I won't message you first, but if you message me I'll give you a fair chance.

Now that that's out of the way I can tell you I'm weird in a more classic geek/nerd kind of way. I know more than my fair share of comic lore and video game trivia. I love zombies as a concept and the theoretical science therein. The macabre is fascinating

I do silly things like run long races (15k, marathon) and obstacle runs in costumes. Sometimes way too elaborate kinds of costumes. Never once regretted it, though.

If I'm not moving, I'll be unhappy before too long.

I'm a logical and romantic paradox.
What I’m doing with my life
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Hopefully seeding a more compassionate and rationally insane world. Translation: I teach children from birth to three and guide their parents to give their children their optimal foundations.

Studying brain development as it pertains to the first three years and the system that it sets for a person's life.

Moving in as many ways as possible. Proprioception and vestibular are my favorite senses. I love the feeling of being tuned into my body and pushing it to its limits. So I run marathons and sprints, dance many partner dances, practice parkour and martial arts, jump into freezing lakes, and really want to jump out of planes and off buildings.
I’m really good at
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Walking 500 miles then walking 500 more. Just to be the man who walked a thousand miles to fall down at your door. Seriously though, I walk about 8 miles a day just commuting to/from work. It's better than the bus. Unless you're in a hurry. Which is a thing I actively try not to be in.

Planning, then throwing it out the window. No plan ever survives its execution (who does really?) so I find it best to improvise. As they say, "Everyone has a plan until they've been hit." I hear you asking "Why have a plan then?" I have them so I don't have to use them. It's nice to have a fall back plan, but that's no way for me to live.

Extrapolating data and experience. Challenging stereotypes. Testing assumptions. Smashing dogma. Then picking through the remains for lesson plans and loose morals.

Escaping pursuers in a foot chase. I'm prepping for two scenarios. One is the zombie apocalypse where I'll have to outrun World War Z zombies. The second is if I see a magnificent big blue box.

I am a world class designated driver. Though I have driven off a cliff, I was completely sober when it happened. And I was completely uninjured.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I have two modes: "Hoodie" and "Shirt & Tie." And recently, I tried combining the two. The result was charming yet casual. Like an office worker caught in the middle of the zombie apocalypse trying to look less conspicuous.

I smile a lot. My canines are pronounced enough that small children often ask me if I'm a vampire. I'm not. I swear. Nor a werewolf. I'm a chupacabra.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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My favorite book in all the world is Click, Clack, Moo Cows That Type. Seriously. Go read it and tell me it's not awesome. I'm also working my way through The Hobbit and LOTR. I thoroughly enjoyed the His Dark Materials trilogy and am looking for nice hardbound copies. I loved Wicked; the rest of the series has yet to wow me, though I did enjoy them. I'd love to reread A Wrinkle in Time. Flatland was surprisingly philosophical. And enjoyable.

Wall-E and Lilo and Stitch always make me cry toward the end. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead because Tim Roth and Gary Oldman are a perfect duo. Ghostbusters, need I say more? Fearless, because it's the best martial arts movie where martial arts are not the point. Night of the Living Dead, because Romero. Lots of terrible horror movies like Mimic 3:The Sentinel. The special effects of The Relic still hold up better than some of today's blockbusters. Oh and The Incredibles.

Why is there only only one season of Freak Encounters!? It's the most hilarious show ever! A perfect combination of cryptozoology documentary and prank show. Doctor Who without a doubt. I get all tingly after seeing an episode. Eleven was my first, but like a lot of folks out there, Ten is definitely my Doctor.

I love the theater. I'd much rather sit in the balcony or the orchestra than on my couch any day. Phantom of the Opera was great, so was Wicked; but the top seat still belongs to Wildclaw Theatre's performance of A Shadow Over Innsmouth.

When I travel, and I try not to go a year without using my passport, I do as the locals do. Or at least try. Didn't work out for me so well my first night in Barcelona though, the city not the planet, but rather wonderfully throughout Japan. I'm quite keen on trying cricket in Thailand. I hear it tastes like popcorn. Though only on my cheat day. I try to maintain a veganish diet otherwise.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
My cat, Haineko. We're a package deal.
A nice shirt and tie. Maybe some pants too. Maybe not.
Sunshine. I'm from California, it's like air to me. Or crack. You decide.
A kinesthetic activity. Like running, climbing, or dancing. Wind sprints with two year olds.
My passport. Sometimes a boy has to cross the pond to see the beauty of home.
A garden or lots of plants. I tried going without once and my life was the poorer for it.

That's about it. I don't need much. Though I'd enjoy a nice single malt.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
I'm INTJ and I definitely spend too much time thinking about everything.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Whatever happened to Saturday Night? When you dressed up sharp and you felt alright.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I really enjoy Miley Cyrus' Wrecking Ball. Though the video wasn't as enjoyable as what I imagined when I first heard the song. Why is she licking a sledgehammer? Was that supposed to be sexy? Because I'm just confused.

Also, I appear to reference the Zombie Apocalypse fairly often. But to be fair...nevermind, I got nothing. Um...the CDC did do some training exercises using the zombie apocalypse as a possible scenario. So there's that.

Also, I appear to have answered all the questions. That's what happens when you get bored.
You should message me if
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You also love the exhilaration of teetering over a high ledge and staring stories down. The rush of anticipation called on by a voice daring you to go over.

Every now and again you have to listen, trust yourself, and jump when you don't know what could happen. Because anything could happen. And if that isn't worth it, what is?