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37 Milwaukee, WI Man


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  • Ages 23–38
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Last online
Mar 27
6′ 0″ (1.83m)
Body type
Graduated from university
Likes dogs

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My self-summary
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According to the Nerd-Geek-Dork Test on here, I'm "pure nerd." But I've always felt like more of a geek. I've never been very good at math and I can't fix your computer. However, I'm passionate about the things I love and endlessly fascinated by things in this big beautiful world. My television habits focus on the Discovery, History, and Travel Channels (and any channel showing an episode of Scrubs). I recently went to live in New Zealand for a year, and now I'm hopelessly in love with the country and eager to return, as well as to travel to other countries. I have a film degree and I'm a trained projectionist so I am very passionate about movies, though I gravitate more towards the goofy and odd than what one might expect. I've seen more zombie and vintage Jackie Chan films than a productive human being probably should. My hobby is nature videography. I've always enjoyed making people laugh and I spend much of my time trying to do that. I'm very laid back, and open minded, and tend not to take too many things too seriously. I'm the type that notices the person who's not having fun and focuses on trying to get them to have some fun, whether it's at work or play. This is my first crack at a self-summary, which is sort of an awkward thing to write so expect me to edit this on a regular basis, as I do with just about anything I write :P. Overall, I don't know if I'm more Nerd, Geek, or Dork. I guess I'd like to think I'm an odd but fun hybrid of all three. Hopefully you'll think so too!
What I’m doing with my life
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Working, saving up to travel again. Trying to write more often, maybe re-kickstart the ancient art of letter writing. Trying to finish a 2000 piece jigsaw puzzle slowly but surely. Enjoying Shark Week. Learning to cook more things, to learn French and Maori, see more movies, try out more restaurants, and of course meet new people. But that one you probably knew already.
I’m really good at
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making people laugh, even if it's at my own expense. Learning new things, making work fun. I'm good at sales though I don't enjoy it as much as I once did. Learning new languages. Making scrambled eggs. Rubber band marksmanship. Exploring and learning about new places. Apparently not so great at jigsaw puzzles. Giving advice although I seem to be totally immune to my own, for some reason. Putting a tent up in the rain. Getting a smile out of someone who doesn't feel like smiling. Being able to tell you the name of that actor who was in that movie about the thing and what's-her-name was in it too (The answer, by the way, is Stephen Tobolowsky.)
The first things people usually notice about me
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My glasses and my smirk. My glasses because even though I have contact lenses, wearing glasses feels more like me, a bit nerdy and introspective. My smirk because it seems to be there most of the time, be it a sarcastic smirk or a playful one or because I got a question right while watching Cash Cab.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Books:A Christmas Carol, The Princess Bride, Lord of the Rings, anything by Christopher Moore, World War Z, I Love You Beth Cooper, The Name of the Wind, Band of Brothers, Long Way Round, Long Way Down.
Movies:Big Trouble in Little China, Goonies, Ghostbusters, The Abyss, Dark City, Bad Taste, The Princess Bride, Notting Hill, Casablanca, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.
Music:Nine Inch Nails, David Bowie, Nobuo Uematsu, Depeche Mode, Sting, film scores, video game scores.
Food: Crab legs, oysters, french, greek, german... basically anything I haven't tried before.
The six things I could never do without
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XBox360, Notebook and a good pen, camera, digital video camera, Lucky Charms, Netflix, and a stack of good books.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Seriously, why does that rich Russian guy in the DirectTV commercial have a tiny giraffe, and where can I get one? My writing, new ideas for stories. Why anyone would ever listen to Glenn Beck. Why people are so obsessed with Twlight when it's so so awful. Why Americans care more about what Lindsay Lohan is doing than they do about people in other countries with no access to clean water. Traveling again very soon. Getting back to New Zealand.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Typically I'm working. If not, then maybe seeing an opening night movie or trying out a new restaurant. Or I might be relaxing at home playing video games. Or maybe watching "Smallville." But we can pretend I didn't just admit that last one out loud.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I... don't know how to say this so I'm just going to say it: I have XBox360 boxer shorts.
You should message me if
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you like a good zombie flick (or even a bad one... hell, especially a bad one), spiders don't scare you, you're not averse to sleeping outdoors and possibly even away from indoor plumbing, you like seafood (the odder the better), you enjoy a nice long hike or a day trip to some new interesting locale or travel in general, you can quote "Ghostbusters" or "The Goonies." You know who Bruce Campbell is. You want to check out that new french bistro or that new indie/horror/Matt-Damon-kicking-someone's-ass film and don't feel like going alone.