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My self-summary
Update: I'm down a good 20 pounds from my most recent pic and I just shaved my head. Pics soon...

I am an unabashed generalist nerd focusing on a health care career and a music hobby. I bicycle commuted year round for 15 years, but now I'm lazy and I own a car so I just get on the bike for fun. I'm pretty awesome, but just lowercase 'a' awesome - none of that caps or exclamation points nonsense.

I've been dating TallGlass87 for a little over a year and things are going great! We're both sex-positive/ethically non-monogamous and looking for women and couples to have sexy fun times with.

I like smart, strong women who don't let their relationships define them. I have a broad range of interests and appreciate the same.

I tend to prefer thick to thin, adore curves, and think horizontal stripes are just sexy as hell.

I don't really know how to properly label whatever brand of non-monogamous I am, but I really like TallGlass87 and we're figuring it out as we go.

We're both interested in meeting new friends too, especially in St Paul/East Metro.
What I’m doing with my life
Living the dream in St Paul, MN.

Spending less time here and more time getting better at musics - gonna hunt unicorns the old-fashioned way.
I’m really good at
Cuddling. I'm basically a pervy teddy bear.
The first things people usually notice about me
I think most people pick up on the fact that I'm white pretty fast.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Fox in Socks is my all-time favorite. I've read Ishmael, The Story of B, My Ishmael, and Beyond Civilization by Daniel Quinn - wonderful books full of good ideas. I like everything I've read by Steinbeck, Camus, and Hesse. Jitterbug Perfume by Tom Robbins and Slaughterhouse Five by Vonnegut are a couple other faves. Right now I'm reading Shogun by James Clavell. By "right now", I mean I opened it up six months ago and read a dozen pages. ***Update! Page 96!*** I used to read at least a novel a week, but after college textbook hell I hardly ever read anything longer than ten or twenty pages, usually just articles on the internet or education for work. Um, I don't read, but all my friends do?

Movies: I like a lot of older movies - all of Hitchcock's and Terry Gilliam's and anything with Humphrey Bogart or James Stewart. Seven Samurai, Yojimbo, and Ran are fantastic and I need to watch more Akira Kurosawa. I like movie musicals, and occasionally a movie version of a Broadway show - The Music Man is a fine example. For newer movies I lean toward comedy, sci-fi, action, or superhero stuff, but occasionally there's a dramatic gem like Donnie Darko, Delicatessen, The Fog of War, Glengarry Glen Ross, City of God, American Beauty, Children of Men, Fight Club, etc. I dig Bladerunner, Mad Max and Tron. My favorite Vietnam war movies are Apocalypse Now and Full Metal Jacket. My favorite cinematic experience was watching Buster Keaton's "Safety Last" with live Piano accompaniment at the Oak St. Cinema. I hate paying what theaters charge, so I usually either catch second-runs at the Riverview or wait for Netflix / Red Box.

Shows: Primarily on Netflix et al., Dexter, Robot Chicken, Family Guy, Breaking Bad, Walking Dead, etc... Older stuff I'm fond of includes Three's Company, All in the Family, early Simpsons, early SNL, etc...

Music: I grew up in the 80's with Pete Seeger, Malvina Reynolds, and trips to the Winnipeg Folk Festival. Nowadays I'm primarily a rock guy, but jazz, folk, classical, country, bluegrass, blues, funk, ska and other genres / sub-genres have a place in my heart. I really like Dylan, Dead Kennedys, Paul Simon, Tom Waits, etc. I play more than I listen, and I don't play nearly as much as I'd like to...

Food: As long as there's flavor in it, I like it. All or it. Except for the Tako sushi, I didn't like that - I'll have to try it again some day. Soft-shell crabs weird me out a bit. I generally have a bit of a sweet-tooth, but I can't stand sugar in my coffee or tea.
The six things I could never do without
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How we've all been so placated as to allow the insane wealth concentration that is decimating the middle class. What can we do to prepare for the inevitable collapse of society as we know it. It may be a long way out, but entropy happens and I feel that preparing for the zombie apocalypse is damn-near essential. No, I don't think it'll literally be the walking dead, it's just a great term for any without-rule-of-law, massive disaster, or post-apocalyptic situation.

Also, sex.
On a typical Friday night I am
I work every-other weekend. On my weekends off, I like to travel or get together with friends.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I don't care about sports, not even a little. I've tried, but I just can't make myself give a fuck.

That said, I wouldn't be opposed to going to an occasional Wild game...
You should message me if
You want to grab a beer.

You want to be in a sexy-ass sandwich between me and TallGlass87.

You're looking for a fun friend, occasional cuddle-buddy, or enthusiastic lover.

I'm looking for fwb or a little more intimacy, not so into the one-night/nsa stuff.

I'm serious about the friends thing too, especially if you make music, ride bicycles and/or play games!

I'm an Atheist dating a Christian; I'll have no problem showing your beliefs the same level of respect you show mine.