30 Bellevue, WA
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My self-summary
I would consider myself a pretty easy-going guy that has a PhD in staying away from drama. I'm also fairly wealthy for my age, but if that has a considerable impact on whether you want to meet me... please don't... hesitate to contact me. haha. This ride takes all passengers. If you are decent human being, that's all that matters. If you get off on getting ahead while putting others down, that's where I draw the line.
What I’m doing with my life
Trying to remove a lot of the planning. In the past I got stuck in the plan to get an awesome career and keep moving up. It gave me focal vision, which led to less time for doing man stuff... like wrestling bears and catching fish in mountain streams with my bear hands. Get it. Bear hands!!! haha. It's ok, I don't either.
I’m really good at
Writing software. It's glorious work and they make so many movies about us. I'm tired of the red carpet rolling out and the crowds going wild whenever they here a programmer is coming to town. Except that... Never happens. If you have a red carpet to roll out, then you... me... now.
The first things people usually notice about me
I'm generally pretty quite at first. In fact very quite. This is because I am taking in all the senses, and figuring out where people are coming from and whether I need to plan an exit strategy to avoid douchers and people completely full of themselves with no respect for others.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I don't read books as much as I used to. But when I did read it was mostly Mysteries, Humor, and Science Fiction.
The six things I could never do without
A vision,

I made the last one up. Unicycles are ridiculous. On a more serious note these will do just fine:

1. Family and Friends
2. A Purpose
3. Coffee
4. My Bike
5. Spare time for Hiking :)
6. Bonfires
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Life in general and how we are here for such a small part of time, and how in 100 years people will barely know our names, but results from out actions may still have a prominent effect on the lives of others living generations from now... Perhaps the bug I don't step one will one day evolve into a race that saves the human race. But probably only to destroy them later... Damn bugs.
On a typical Friday night I am
Out biking. During the work week I often work long hours and consequently don't have much chance for biking. On Friday nights I often take advantage of the lack of upcoming work day and go for long bike rides around the north part of Lake Washington (~30 miles) or Lake Sammamish (~15 miles).

If I'm working remotely from Idaho I often spend Friday's gathered around bonfires (in the fall/winter) or video games (dry summer months) with friends.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
If I admit it then it won't be private, and I'd have to answer it again. Don't you see what kind of cycle this would cause?
You should message me if
I don't need to tell you... If you think you want to message me. Just do it. I won't judge you.

Feel free to ask me ANYTHING and I will answer. There is no need for social inhibitions here.