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29 M Ottawa, Ontario, CA

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6′ 0″ (1.83m)
Body Type
Agnosticism, but not too serious about it
Pisces, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from university
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
Likes dogs
English (Fluently), Russian (Fluently), French (Poorly)

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My self-summary
Hello! I is from other country. Can you tell what is "summary"? (Kidding aside, ask me about my Russian accent if you want to hear the best version of one... from a real live Russian!)

Having gotten that out of the way... I am your late-20s (as late as to still be eligible), quarter-life course-changing, accent-less guy, living the dream of training to be a pilot in the capital. Additionally, whenever I'm taking some time off from the "dream living", I quite enjoy cracking jokes, triaging friends' "oh my god, what am I doing with my life" crises (it's that age, eh?), and bringing at least 25% of the team scores on trivia night.
What I’m doing with my life
After living the glamorous "Office Space" life of software development and having money, I've decided that I've had enough of it. So, to change gears... I now fly planes (and, ideally, making a living out of it in the near future).
I’m really good at
Flying planes. Being aggressively mediocre at video games (to a point of cursing at those teens with their lightning reflexes). Creating new drinking games. And many more!
The first things people usually notice about me
Before I shaved off my late spring-early summer beard, people got great mileage out of the "are you a terrorist" material. Now that it's gone, though, Google has been telling me to wear a hat whenever I go outside, lest I ruin another set of satellite images of Ottawa with the amount of light I reflect up top.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Start with some Coupland, Bradbury, Asimov. Throw in a pinch of George RR Martin, and a dash of Stephen King. Serve with any other well-written books in the fiction, sci-fi, and history genres. Serve with textbooks and manuals. Oh so many textbooks and manuals. At this point, I'm pretty sure I've seen more takeoff performance charts than fiction in the last year.

Movies: I feel like not having put in much (read: any) effort into keeping up with the movies in the last few years might put me at a disadvantage here. Nevertheless, some of the favorites in this category are the first two Alien movies, 90s Batman films (and their recent gritty reboot), District 9, Sin City, and a bunch of the late 90s/early 2000s ones that everyone knows by heart.

Bonus round - Videogames: the Fallouts, Golden Axe, Team Fortress 2... and Grim Fandango. In fact, if you've beaten that last one, your stock has just gone up by a very significant margin.

Bonus round 2 - Shows: Arrested Development, Babylon 5, How I Met Your Mother, Community. Several more that I haven't seen in a while due to circumstances covered in other portions of the profile.

Music: As long as the tunes are decently built, and don't make blood come out of my ears ("Red Solo Cup" is a recent almost-offender), I'm usually quite open to most music. And, if it's live? All the better!

Food: While I generally keep to the regular pattern of what people eat - grains, meats, other parts of the food pyramid - I'm definitely open to different taste experiences, and have been working to broaden mine. Also, things with spice - and which are actually spicy? Big fan.
The six things I could never do without
There's probably either five or six things that everyone kind of has to put down here (otherwise, you'd literally not exist!). This is, therefore, taking it from #7 onward.

- Shark Week (otherwise known as "every week")
- Metric system
- My car
- Access to communication with the outside world
- Ice, in cube form
- Internet, I suppose, since it's no longer the 90s.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Boring answer: learning to fly (and why doing it makes my wallet weep).

Less boring answer: stand by while I remember what non-flying things there are out there. Ah, yes: politics, social issues, ways of getting more mileage out of my car while actually keeping the driving enjoyable, and several more that I'm omitting for the sake of not having this section transform into a short essay
On a typical Friday night I am
Getting ready for a rousing weekend of studying and flying, because this cat doesn't take weekends! Or, when a weekend does materialise once in a blue moon, drinks and/or company of friends and/or actually enjoying the life of the city are some activities a Friday might entail. A concert, perhaps? Or enjoying the Canadian summer... for the few weeks that it's here!
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
... is that flying is all kinds of awesome? I mean, I could put down something private here, but then would it still be private?
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 25–32
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
- You enjoy talking and long walks on the beach... or just regular walks around town, if the beach is unavailable (or, like Ottawa beaches, is all of 300 meters long)
- You're up for letting me talk to you about flying. Either in moderation or in excess, your pick!
- You've seen the little "Do you want to know more?" boxes in movies, and kind of wished you had those for people
- You cracked a smile at least once before getting to this section
- All the exclamation marks are making you mad, and you simply must steer me away from their evil!
- This video is something you can chuckle about mostly other people doing (and then catch yourself occasionally violating).