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36 Joppa, MD Man


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  • Ages 25-40
  • Located anywhere
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Last online
Today – 3:44am
Black, Native American
Relationship Type
Strictly monogamous
5' 9" (1.75m)
Body Type
Average build
Christianity but it’s not important
Post grad
Doesn’t have kids but wants them
English (Fluently), Spanish (Somewhat), C++ (Somewhat)
My self-summary
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I just realized how much I like filling my living room and kitchen with jazz on sunday mornings as I reflect on life and relax :D.

I am a "thinking man" who spends a lot of time chasing his passions. I also have a lot of empathy and compassion. When I was younger, I spent a lot of time trying to understand how to process those emotions. As a young child, I even felt for off-screen characters who died in violent action movies ('cause you the late 80's they were all the rage, lol). I can also be quite a goofball when I want to, snapping out one-liners relevant to whatever situation I'm in. And yes, I'm also an quite a geek, who digs into his passions. I also love a good movie (or maybe a bad, but fun one), and I'm huge on great music, and musical acts. I like to listen to people as well, because people's various perspectives on different things fascinate me, especially concerning different forms of art, and in some cases, history. I also love bike riding even though I don't currently own one, and time in natural settings are fun as well. My personality seems to come out in the piano music I write, with people describing it as dreamy, peaceful, and calming, lol.
What I’m doing with my life
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Update this week: New perspectives on a lot of things, as dealing with some recent challenges have brought a new will to touch the world with compassion, and empathy. I can do this through writing, discussions on world issues, and becoming a bit more involved in tech activism.

Professional software developer, settling into my first home (Its apparently near a kayaking park too...yay!), gearing up to perhaps learn to garden... I am also a hobbyist keyboard player who's interest lies primarily in jazz too...go figure. But that's been my favorite genre of music since I was 9 years old. I love many types of music though, and am able to find many things to appreciate about so many different types of art. I'm also a big fan of jazz influenced folk, 60's Brit influenced pop rock music, bossa nova and salsa music, and British invasion 80's music :D. I'm excited about figuring out ways to apply my graphics, music, and programming skills in the future to help build games and application software people really enjoy using, and hopefully even make learning more fun. I am now working full time with the federal government as a Software Developer, and look forward to gaining even more experience in the IT field.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Laughing, one-liners, choosing and keeping friends, computers, messing around with instrumental music, random banter.
The first things people usually notice about me
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A shaven head? White Teeth? Erm...not sure. *looks around to see if anyone could tell me*
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Books: The art of happiness was the last great book I read for enjoyment. I loved "The Life and Death of American Cities" by Jane Jacobs, but if I hadn't had to read for a class, I wouldn't have picked it up, lol. That book was awesome once I began to understand what she was trying to say though. Otherwise, I'm too busy reading to absorb technical information. One of these days I'll make more time for enjoyment reading...
T.V. Shows: Orange is the New Black, House of Cards, Game of Thrones, The Wire, The Sopranos, Various Marvel Comic related T.V series, various Anime series like Darker than Black, Phantoms, etc.
Movies: Spider-Man, Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, Iron Man, Iron Man 2, Lord of the Rings Trilogy, Pan's Labyrinth, American Zombie, The Matrix (first one only), What Dreams may Come, Patch Adams, Good Morning Vietnam, some great classic horror like Christine and Near Dark as well as much respect (but I'll never watch it again, it made me keep the light on for 2 weeks) for The Exorcist and...those are a few that I can think of that had a solid impact on me in one way or another. I also love good martial arts movies, like Ong Bak and Kung-Fu Hustle:).
Music: Way more than this list but: Miles Davis, The sonar Collectiv Orchestra, Jazzanova, Clara Hill, John Coltrane, Steely Dan, Swing Out Sister, Astrud Gilbero, Janelle Monae, Prince, Erykah Badu, Jill Scott, Bebel Gilberto, Ellis Regina, Ella Fitzgerald and Cole Porter, Jane Monheit's covers of the aforementioned artists, and modern game orchestrators like Noubo Umaetsu, and Hitoshi Sakimoto. As for Rock: The Beatles, The Kinks, The Zombies, The Doors, The Beach Boys, The Mars Volta, XTC, A Perfect Circle. Folk/Rock: Joni Mitchell, Thief, Pat Metheney, CheckField. 80's British invasion, including Phil Collins, Tears for Fears, Joe Jackson (even though I believe he is Canadian), Level 42 (some of their stuff, anyway). The list goes on and on...
Food: During the week, mainly salads, wraps, lean meats and smoothies. On the weekends I eat whatever though, usually wings and a cider at a local pub (Dry rub wings at Red Brick Station are awesome!), sushi at a place like XS in mount vernon or sushi hana in towson, or whatever else may strike my fancy. I'm not extremely picky.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Air, Water, Food, a job...ok, maybe the list isn't THAT serious...

Family, Friends, House, computer, cell phone, car, keyboard.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
The fact that It takes courage to engage someone as a human being without fear. It takes courage to embrace empathy in your heart. The fact that It takes courage to feel with love in our hearts without fear.

On a more material note, the heath and well-being of my loved ones, projects for my new house, code, whether or not I can randomly flesh out a song in my head, etc.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Over my best friend's house spending time with his family and my goddaughter (usually watching some flick we think is awesome), catching a few drinks at a happy hour, or maybe I'm out at the coffeehouse reading something.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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Update: I shed tears watching MockingJay Part 1 (The Hunger Games Film Series) very recently. There is something that moved me deeply about that film and it's subject matter.

I have a huge imagination, and I'm a video game and movie geek. Not so much that I can recite a bunch of lines or anything, but I can have some pretty fun conversations about various games and movies. My favorite show as a teenager was also Xena: Warrior Princess. And I'm darned proud of it.
You should message me if
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You love music and art, hiking, biking, kayaking, museums, board and/or video games and want to hear from a guy who is funny, and likes to talk about lots of interesting things, as well as talk to a guy who may be a thinker, but he likes to have fun doing it. I know it can be jarring to join a site like this, and get spammed by all kinds of guys too, clamoring for your limited time. But if you're interested, feel free to drop me a line.

You are greatly interested in making the world a better place, through love, compassion, and whatever your heart leads you to do :D.