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35 Denver, CO Man


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  • Ages 25–40
  • Near me
  • Who are single
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My Details

Last Online
Today – 4:26am
6′ 2″ (1.88m)
Body Type
Mostly vegetarian
Atheism, and laughing about it
Pisces, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from university
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids
Has dogs and likes cats

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My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.

What I can say about myself? I love what I do, do my best to stay active in the lives of those I care about, and, like every other schmuck around here, I prize lifestyle over most everything else. Originally from Chicago, educated in Iowa, I've been happy to call myself a Coloradan for the last decade or so. (Fair warning: I've lived here this long without ever learning to ski. Perhaps that should change.)

I've tested as an INTJ, for those of you who care about that kind of stuff. I like my cocktails with rye and my martini with gin. Tough to imagine life without my coffee and beer (I enjoy the first black, the latter as varied as they come). My humor leans towards dry and acerbic (a trait inherited from my mother); despite that, I take a pretty honest, light-hearted, and sincere approach to life. My friends would describe me as affable, I like to go with understated, and I tend to be the kind of person people open up to.

And I'm far less serious than photos of me suggest, although that's getting better. (I hang with notorious non-photo takers; what's the deal with that, yo?)

To be honest, I've got it pretty good, I figure it's time to get down to business and find someone to share this life with. I'm not here shopping for a wife but am looking for a genuine experience with someone who'll kick my ass and make me a better who-I-am.

What else do you want to know?
What I’m doing with my life
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I'm just getting to a place where I might have stopped trying to be cool. So right now I'm figuring out what it's like to be comfortable with myself and enjoying the perks that go with that.

Here are a few things that I love doing, and will probably not shut up about if given the chance: taking ridiculously long bike rides, singing and playing music, tasting new and different beer, and poker.

For a living I make software, geeky stuff. I've made most of my career decisions based on how often I'm required to iron a shirt, which is never. I work from home and yes, it is as awesome as it sounds.

When I get sick of all that I'll grow out my beard and raise goats, or become a butcher, or perhaps a lighthouse keeper.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I've been told I'm a Pac Man ninja.
The first things people usually notice about me
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Good question — I worry it's that I swear too much or have something on my face. I've had new friends describe me as calming, and meant it as a compliment. Not so sure what that's all about.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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In reverse order, because I'm a rebel like that:

Food: A year or so back I did a six-month stint as a vegetarian, and while it was a great experiment, I'm a meatatarian again, at least on occasion. I adore cooking, I find it calming, and love making things from scratch. I heart sushi and have a weak spot for Chicago street food.

Music: As far as music goes, you name it, although I tend to stay away from the top 40. I considered myself a musician in a former life; now my career consists of dinking out tunes on my guitar and singing to my dog (I swear I'll get back on stage one of these days). I've found that down-tempo electronica is perfect when I work. The latest album on repeat is Jason Isbell's Southeastern. There are days when all I listen to is bop-era jazz. We'll probably get along if your guilty pleasures include They Might Be Giants, Ben Folds, Fountains of Wayne, Tears for Fears, or Rush.

Movies: I like classic movies, anything that involves Grace Kelly or Cary Grant and a lot of smoking. Although I'm a cable-cutter, I've got a healthy obsession with documentaries and your usual Mad Men, Game of Thrones, AMC/HBO dramatic TV fare. For me, Carl Sagan's Cosmos is still the closest thing I get to religious programming (and I think the NDT revival was pretty awesome). My favorite movie is Charade. Guilty pleasures: The Big Lebowski, Jaws, The Conversation, Kojak, MST3K, Adventure Time, How It's Made.

Books: I read a bit of non-fiction (politics, economics, history, stuff like that), but I've been working to rediscover a love for novels — I'm currently reading Murakami's Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki. (I'm looking for 21st-century novelists, any suggestions?) Never too far away from a long-read, I subscribe to Harpers, The Atlantic, and any number of food, beer and poker magazines.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
In no particular order: music, my friends and family, my dog Matilda, whiskey and/or beer and/or coffee, my bike, and a guitar.

I am also addicted to Orbit sweet mint gum. I could probably do without it, but it feels good to admit I have a problem.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
The last email where I accidentally misspelled a word or made a grammar mistake. Adulthood and manhood and what that means to me and to society. My place in this world and what I can do to improve myself and it. Human beings' (and by extension my own) bizarre relationship with food. Stupid details about how we interact with technology and software. Economics, urbanism, privacy.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
...on a long bike ride, spending a quiet evening with the dog, or, more often than not, out with friends contemplating Saturday's hangover.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I really don't understand everyone's obsession with the undead. I also talk to my dog in public more than it is socially acceptable.
You should message me if
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You think OKCupid (and dating in general) is a little ridiculous and are game for a coffee or a beer or somethin'.