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38 Saint Paul, MN Man


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  • Ages 30–40
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5′ 11″ (1.80m)
Body Type
Mostly anything
Agnosticism, and somewhat serious about it
Capricorn, but it doesn’t matter
Working on university
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Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids, but wants them
Likes cats
English (Okay), Spanish (Poorly), French (Poorly)

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My self-summary
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So during the summer I suddenly decided I wanted to hear Get Me to the Church on Time. Rather than going to YouTube or at least spending the ten bucks for the soundtrack I decided to go see My Fair Lady at the Guthrie. This ended up costing me sixty bucks, for reasons grumble grumble, and I ended up buying the soundtrack anyways. Plus when I was looking at the Guthrie's upcoming season I was like I want to see that, and that, and that. So I’m sitting at seventy bucks plus because I didn’t do things the easy way and just looked a song up on YouTube.

I’m in school working on my history degree, after which I plan on getting my teaching license. Because apparently I’m a masochist. At work I bar-tend on cruise boats on the river. Outside of that I’m a geek although I find as I age that matters less to me. I haven’t gotten any less geeky, just more well-rounded. At least in that that respect, I’ve gone done a shirt and pants size over the course of the summer so in other ways I’m less well rounded although still pretty round. Other things I would describe myself as are socialist, feminist, cynical, shy, cat lover, busy, curious, and too lazy to come up with anything else good.

Well ideally it’d be nice to find somebody, at the moment that’s not what I’m concentrating although if it happens great. Right now I’m more concerned with finding a theater buddy. Also while I was working six days a week with 90-100 hours on my paycheck over the summer I’ve heard rumors of these things called social lives and I’m interested in trying one out at some point.
What I’m doing with my life
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Trying to figure out what shows I want to go to for a season pass to the Orchestra, because at student ticket prices damn why not. Unfortunately the first thing I knew I wanted to go to is only playing two nights, one of which I have class and the other is the last day of the season at work. So poo on them. Also the one episode of Wits I really wanted to see sold out before I could get tickets, so poo on them too. I’m also debating if I want to take a class next semester just because it goes to Belfast for spring break. Not to mention getting my ducks in a row in case the answer is yes. Wondering if I talk too much in my history class. Oh and trying to find some time to read for pleasure.
I’m really good at
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I’m good at trivia, I’m a good listener, I have a knack for serendipity that needs to be seen to be believed, I’ve got a fairly decent nose for directions, bullshitting, and lately getting sick I think my immune system took the fall off.
The first things people usually notice about me
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No idea really, beyond the incredibly obvious. I’ve gotten comments on my eyes. I’ve watched people walk past multiple people wearing watches to ask me what time it was when I’ve had no visible time keeping device. Apparently I suffer from what my dad described as the family curse, we don’t scare shy people. Beyond that, I don’t know what to tell you.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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The media section is always so hard I don’t want to make really long lists that make my eyes glaze over, so here are some random thoughts.

I'm sorry Dr Who but I'm dumping you. It's not you its Moffat. Maybe when he's gone we can be friends again.

I find myself slightly annoyed at the start of the fall TV season. It’s like I barely have the time to keep up with The Daily Show and Colbert Report now you’re tossing all this other stuff at me.

A summer fighting over which XM station to have on at work has left me much more concerned about music then I normally am. As well as an annoyance for twenty year olds who refuse to listen to anything made before the 80’s. It nicely compliments the way I feel about the baby boomers I know who refuse to listen to anything made after the mid 70’s.

Someday I hope to make a dent in my Netflix watch list, but at the moment it’s always like I have something else to do so I don’t want to watch something I’ve seen before when I can’t pay attention to it. Sigh, I guess it’s the Avengers again.

Over the summer I passed up a chance to see Begin Again because I wanted to save it to maybe see it with a specific person. Instead I ended up seeing Snow Piercer. When I’m an old man looking back on my life compiling my mistakes that will have a special spot on my list. I think I’m actually dumber for having seen that movie.

Perusing an Amazon five dollar digital album sale recently I bought the soundtrack to Shrek 2 just because it had the Jennifer Saunders version of Holding Out for a Hero as album only. Good lord is the soundtrack to that movie shitty.

Well I do like to use the fact that Marvel made a movie featuring a talking raccoon and made it work to mock DC and their terrible ultra-serious super hero movies where the heroes don’t try to save lives, what does a brother have to do to get a female lead superhero movie Marvel. Black Widow, Captain Marvel, Spider-Woman, I’m not picky. I’d even take Gamora despite the hatchet job you guys did to her in GotG. I’d kill for a movie with Carol and Jessica, seriously do you need someone gotten rid, because I can do that. Well no I can’t but I’d buy a ticket.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
I don’t know if there’s anything I can’t live without apart from the obvious however here’s six things I wouldn’t want to live without.
1) The Internet
2) Peanut Butter
3) Books
4) Play
5) Good Conversation
6) The Occasional Late Afternoon Nap
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
I was exchanging messages with someone on here and noticed before you start writing it says to write them a lovely message. That seems like a lot of pressure usually I'm shooting for not being mortified by autocorrect.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Floating on the river, honestly I'm not sure if I've had a Friday night off since the river flooded.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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It's almost embarrassing how happy I am to have windows this semester.
You should message me if
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If you're cool with the fact that all my ducks aren't in a row, I'm not even sure they're all in the same pond. If you're looking for a theater buddy. If you're willing to be a guinea pig for a drink I'm working on, can't remember the last time I had the chance to do that at work. If you didn't answer that flag burning offends you more than book burning. Or if the spirit moves you so.

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