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BuddhaBicNic

29 Glenwood Springs, CO Man

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I’m looking for

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  • Ages 18–40
  • Located anywhere
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My Details

Last Online
Aug 5
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
Native American, White
Height
5′ 6″ (1.68m)
Body Type
Fit
Diet
Mostly other
Smokes
No
Drinks
Not at all
Drugs
Religion
Other
Sign
Pisces, and it’s fun to think about
Education
Dropped out of university
Job
Other
Income
Rather not say
Relationship Status
Single
Relationship Type
Offspring
Doesn’t want kids
Pets
Speaks
English (Fluently), French (Poorly)

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My self-summary
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Sexy in a slightly dirty way. Cheap hardcore traveler, who rents places I go. I eat good, I live smart.

Visiting universities, forests, historical, and hanging out in the park doing arts and crafts. ... ?!

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I have Sci Fi stories that inevitably relate to my philosophies. My take on university life, time travel, aliens and robots in culture, and even a story on how technology stirs the melting pot of cultural survival, revolutionaries, and economic worshiping pressures. Can I please pitch you my ideas? You don't have to help me with character development but I will try.

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When was the last time you went to the local aquarium or indoor garden (indoor city arboretum)?

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Writing, thinking, exploring. Reading non-fiction (things of interest in a book, magazine, news, internet, etc.), watch movies (comedy, documentaries, sci-fi, action).

Sleeping, hiking, biking, video games, pizza, and some times I don't like those things, and instead I do other things, but there are so many things to do and enjoy that I can't list them. I like helping friends with projects.

I'm obsessed with philosophy and its articulation (philosophy architect; within reason). One day I'll complete at least one book, either it be sci-fi or ... no, it has to be sci-fi, ha.

I watch this video frequently, I feel high every time I watch it;
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MvyVCm0wwao

I'm adventurous in thought and conversation, so pretty please entertain me with what ever you like to talk about.
What I’m doing with my life
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Finding new hikes. I would be drawing if writing and talking/reading online (for writing material purposes I say) weren't so distracting. For decade I've been learning about mental and physical health, Universe, Earth, politics/ethics (eesh.), .... things.

I have been getting to know local cultures around the US, a little bit of Canada, seeing how I can organize myself in those places, good to know you know? Made some friends and established credibility in functioning as a valuable member.

An example of fun facts is that fungi was the first tallest living thing on Earth. Potentially living organisms came about on Earth via an astroid from cells that resembled a bacteria/fungi prototype, since fungi is well known for not dying indefinately.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
The things I've mentioned. Also I'm good at staring at the wall, eating good food, and other things I apply myself to, like an assortment of work related activities.

Some times I like to make attempts at practicing being a ninja.

Searching the internet for information faster and more creativelior, creativelyer, creativelier, yay I'm special!

I'm good at entertaining myself with select pictures and movies, you do that too? I call it learning even when it's South Park or a cute/pretty/sweet picture.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I'm a little off from normal and hesitant, always an extra unmentioned thought and seem unusually positive about things :D !

my face. maybe my shoes, shirt. And a hat if I'm wearing a hat, but usually I don't wear a hat, I don't like to casually wear a hat.

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When visiting a friend in San Francisco I knocked on the door and a roommate answered the door and said, "Oh look, you are such a ragamuffin!" with a positive tone and smile.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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I like lots of food. Ben&Jerrys yes but I also get huge cravings for grains, lettuce (and other vegetables), and fruit.

Favorite movie is Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
I enjoy Woody Allen movies. Prefer the older Total Recall movie.
Documentaries (did you see the Ant one? watch it you must.) and select tv shows, South Park, Colbert Report, and maybe something that isn't on Comedy Central but usually only because other people are watching tv.

Books:
I left my shoes in dimension X by Bruce Coville (in my youth).
Kurt Vonnegut, and many other readables, usually non-fiction and short stories. Currently on a fiction marathon.

I like most genres. I prefer other people to play music. I'll share favorites when you ask.

haha, i was going to say sci-fi ideas are great foreplay, having sex with a sexy plant alien would be hot. I like water, or a variety of kale and banana blends, seriously it's great, even try it with alcohol if you'd like, either way it's orgasmically great. Coconut chocolate drinks sound chronically good too (someone call an ambulance, j/k don't call an ambulance). :)
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Spare time. Clean air and water. Mmmm and more water.
Art.

I had imagined my self a few years ago making huts in the places I enjoyed living so I could move more easily. It's an idea I won't let go, sounds too great.

Sleep on a rooftop in town for fun. The warm roof, the warm breeze cleans my lungs, having a sky to constantly look at and no bugs.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
I think about philosophy compulsively. I also think about previous memories, funny things. Filling this out is making me tired. Sleepy. Mmmm sleep.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
When is Friday? That's tomorrow. Doing what I want, like thinking about what I'm writing, and walking where ever helps me think and have extra calmness. Some times I like to hike over a mountain.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I like bad girls with dreadlocks. For me bad means to be adventurous despite popular opinion (which includes breaking the law). The sexiest way to break the law is when being a ninja, like a land pirate ninja :)
You should message me if
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if you like and are interested in more.

Do you like to meow? Who doesn't like to meow? meow.

Did you know conversate is not a word? But for some reason when I keep using the word people still know what I'm talking about.

Endeavors? That's like a combination (possibly) of 'project' and 'travelling with a purpose'. What would the potential characteristics be of a place you might want to travel to? Not looking for a complete list, just enough good for conversation.

I miss an ocean beach with sand dunes near by. For some reason the idea of a harsh epic travel to get to a potential paradise can motivate me, but I haven't found an idea like that in a long time. I guess when I say harsh I mean cheap.

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a core philosophical point:

This is an old idea, essential to figuring appropriate thought, that I can't officially prove because science hasn't been able to explain enough of the physical occuring details of psycho dynamics.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychodynamic
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pain#Theory_today
note to self to put links to what we currently know of physical interactions in the brain relating to emotion (pleasure or pain, which seem to have different sources for mechanism of action)

For the most part I still mostly believe this:
I suggest that love, if there must be a definition, is the chemical result of a pain counteractive mechanism(s) of pleasure and is the only emotion (and the lack of). All other emotions are the complications (dramatizing) we give love (the chemical counteractive mechanism, or the absence of love) as inevitably emotional creatures. The reason the only reasonable love is the love for all is because love represents happiness even while experiencing pain (react appropriately without experiencing too much hate, or addictions to hate). Since there is no reason for life, simply thinking that our inevitable love for food and water is ok is still unreasonable. So any reason a person has for life is always a personal choice and never the best or worst answer.

Thus the best meaning for your life is an educated guess. Go be happy in the best way you can define that. Plus it is inevitable to favor your own opinion on life definition, so the better I can get you to do that the sooner I can manipulate that into helping me (paying taxes or having a sense of community in order to promote risky science, I need a better computer). But of course, all in good love. :)

I've tried to explain this a few different ways, what do you think?