30 Berkeley, CA
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My self-summary
i'm a guy looking for the right girl. bay area born and bred, well traveled with plenty more to see. years ago i scored as an intj. i believe in karma. i've been told i'm a pessimist but truly consider myself an optimist. i have a sarcastic, dry sense of humor. i'm a good judge of character. my appreciation for life grows as i get older. i don't capitalize when writing informally, it reads more like a conversation. i know how to treat a lady, and am much more than this profile paints, how about you figure out the rest along the way?
What I’m doing with my life
the sustainability field is where my passion lies. work in third party certification. I go beach crabbing. I just started gardening. i've done a good amount of traveling, i hope to see as much of the world as i can before it's all said and done.

shows, camping, sports (giants, niners, warriors), flea markets, thrift stores, trips to home depot, gardening, creating, chilling on the couch, photography, softball, craft beer, gym time, festivals, spending time with quality people...
I’m really good at
the things that matter.
i'm employed and have a car with enough money to do fun stuff on the weekend. i cook a mean burger. i'm coordinated. I can problem solve (i watched a lot of macgyver as a kid), creating...what more do you women want?!?! ;)
The first things people usually notice about me
"what ethnicity are you?"
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
bill bryson's a short history of nearly everything

boondock saints
wes anderson

daily show
south park
game of thrones
walking dead

kendrick lamar
explosions in the sky
The six things I could never do without
good beer
I spend a lot of time thinking about
family guy scene that sums it all up:
several irish scientists are in a lab, working on their experiments. a scientist remarks that they have finally succeeded in creating a sustainable society. jetsons-like cars hover past the skyscrapers with living roofs and solar panels. utopia. before the significance of the moment can truly be appreciated, a box of glass bottles filled with an amber colored liquid arrive, bursting forth in the arms of a scientist's assistant. "look at what mark just made in his basement!" each scientists grabs a bottle, with one whispering a warning: whiskey. the scene cuts and the scientists have finished their bottles. battle royale rages amongst the scientists, strewn and bleeding across their once pristine center of discovery. cars crash into their pillars of advancement, and the country is soon engulfed in flames.

i believe humanity could be so much more than what it is, and yet, it's amazing, fascinating, thrilling, etc. to see how far we have come.
On a typical Friday night I am
at missouri lounge/ getting to bed early to wake up at 430am/ out for dinner/ with friends/ beer in hand.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
okc rates my suave-ness as my most significantly less than average personality trait out of all listed personality traits. ouch. and how does okc measure my suave-ity??!?!
You should message me if
you're looking for a good guy.