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32 / M / Straight / Available
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- 5′ 8″ (1.73m).
- Body Type
- When drinking
- Agnosticism but not too serious about it
- Gemini but it doesn’t matter
- Graduated from college/university
- Computer / Hardware / Software
- Rather not say
- Has cats
- English (Fluently), Spanish (Poorly)
particle-wave Seattle, Washington less desiring of sex
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bergamasque Seattle, Washington more passive
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Before that I used to be a scientist, which is a boss job title, but the steady, low-intensity heartbreak of R&D eventually burnt me out. Other previous lives include: web app dev, student, production artist, computer lab babysitter, and high-speed pizza delivery specialist.
Outside of employment I spend as much time as possible collaborating on projects with my friends -- large art and social events, mainly. I go out a lot but reserve time alone too. I keep busy.
Beyond regular rotation, I've lately been super into the newest Tame Impala, Dan Deacon, and Matthew Dear records, which would roughly forms one category of things I'm into. Also John Talabot and a very, very lot of Andy Stott, which would suggest another. Then, for a third, Killer Mike, El-P, and somewhat surprising to myself lately, Death Grips.
I go to DEMF and enjoy good electronic dance music festival type things in general. Hell, a huge reason I am attached to Seattle is Decibel. Club nights too, but only when the promoters have booked someone decent -- think Re-Bar and ETG, not Pioneer Square and Belltown.
Motherless Brooklyn is probably the book I enjoyed most in 2012, but Tropic of Cancer is in competition. It also put me onto a mild, enjoyable detective novel kick. I read John Fante's Ask The Dust due to its influence on Bukowski and it did not disappoint. Finally got around to Tao Lin as well, Shoplifting From American Apparel in particular, which I am still trying to decide how I feel about.
My taste in movies leans toward artsy SF and good comedy -- good writing in general, really. Also, Sergio Leone.
Been eating a lot of Rancho Bravo burritos lately and drinking a lot of Carpano Antica. Never in the same meal though. St John's Bar and Eatery is high on my list right now and I will take any excuse to go. Winter is my favorite season for dining and I am glad it's time for borscht and baked fowl.
Curation as a creative act.
What I am about to get up to in the kitchen.
Artifacts which grow better with use, rather than worse: leather accessories, predictive text, and so forth. I have a thing for 'em.
- Girls who like guys
- Ages 21–40
- Near me
- Who are single
- For long-term dating, short-term dating, casual sex
They should totally break out a disclaimer section because everybody stuffs theirs here, heh. Thus, my DISCLAIMER: My non-monogamous outlook is a permanent feature rather than a phase. Since that kind of thing can be a massive deal-breaker on both sides, let's be respectful and awesome and neither of us waste the other's time if it will, ok?