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32 M Englewood, CO

My Details

Last Online
Yesterday – 2:06pm
6′ 1″ (1.85m)
Body Type
A little extra
Mostly anything
Atheism, and somewhat serious about it
Working on Ph.D program
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids
Has dogs and dislikes cats
English, C++ (Fluently), Japanese (Poorly)

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My self-summary
Playing frisbee with my dog is far more limited by my ability to throw than his ability to catch.

I hate being wrong; but don't mind admitting it when I am. In the same vein I'm quick to fact check, especially when the internet is readily available.

When offered advice from a trusted source I try to heed it. I'd rather learn from someone else's mistake than my own; it baffles me that people disagree with this sentiment.
What I’m doing with my life
Studying and grading; I try to weave a life between those two when I have time. I finished my M.S. in mathematics last year and moved to Denver to work on my Ph.D. When not in school I'm working on building a new life 1500 miles from all my friends and family. Denver is a great place and am glad I came; but there are plenty of things I still need to learn about the city and plenty of people I still need to meet.
I’m really good at
Math seems like too obvious an answer; "everything" seems a little too arrogant. My plan is to highlight a few things I'm proud of being good at.

Being a friend. I place a great value on friendship and put a lot of effort into maintaining it. I've known some of my best friends going on twenty years now and our friendships are still going strong. It's nice to have acquaintances that you can go out with after work; its better to have friends whose little girl has called you Uncle her whole life.

Debating philosophy/politics. Not only do I love a good debate, but I've spent enough time educating myself about these topics to put forward strong arguments. Most importantly (especially for those who aren't very interested in the topics) is being able to easily disengage before it stops being fun for everyone.

Archery. I won the national championship in Olympic style recurve before putting things on hold to focus on my studies. Still haven't found a good club out here but I'm not giving up. It would be a fun challenge to introduce someone to the sport.
The first things people usually notice about me
Either my height or my curly hair.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Favorite Shows:
Firefly, Dr. Who, Buffy, Angel, Sherlock

Favorite Movies:
What Dreams May Come, Equilibrium, Matrix, Dark Knight

Favorite Books:
Heralds of Valdemar series, Vlad Taltos series, Death Gate Cycle, Chronicles of Elantra, To Reign in Hell

I prefer my fiction to contain fantasy elements; I get enough real life in real life. Action is fun and I'm not going to turn down an awesome light saber fight, but I'd prefer plot. I also want to like the main character, again, I meet enough assholes in real life.

Favorite websites/blogs:
Friendly Atheist
What Would JT Do
The six things I could never do without
My chocolate lab:
It's hard to find a better best friend than a loyal canine. It takes a lot of work to have a healthy, happy, pup but I enjoy every minute of it. Going to the puppy park to swim and catch frisbees is usually the highlight of both our day.

My friends:
Cliche but true. Moving across the country was hard on those relationships, but we've persevered and maintained strong bonds. Between having such supporting friends back east and meeting some great new people here; the relocation has been much easier.

My motorcycle:
Relaxation and fun rolled up into one adrenaline charged package. Nothing much else to say really.

Nothing beats a good, interesting, conversation. From talking shop with other mathematicians to arguing the philosophy of the latest Dr. Who episode, the mental stimulation from interacting with others is par excellence.

My phone and computer:
I love technology and the internet. Having all of human knowledge a quick google search away is always keeping me entertained and informed. They also offer great distractions and games.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Creating. My creative output is usually channeled toward writing or designing games. So when I have "in-between" time; those times during the day when you can catch your breath and not be thinking about something that "matters," I keep several plot lines or game concepts in the back of my mind to work on.

That is a huge over generalization though and only really describes a fall back position relevant if nothing else interesting happened that day. I've spent plenty of days digesting a new position on feminism or working out the ethical ramifications of current events. I'm very inquisitive and constantly seek out new information; processing this information and finding new questions to be asking is just as important as any other way I try to enjoy myself.
On a typical Friday night I am
Hanging out with friends doing something fun. What exactly qualifies for fun is a pretty wide spectrum and harder to pin down.

The "who" is far more important than the "what" as far as I'm concerned. I've spent plenty of enjoyable nights doing something I wasn't really interested in, but doing it with great people. That isn't to say that I don't have my preferences though; I lean toward the geekier social activities, with game nights probably being my favorite. Board games, video games, a little healthy competition with plenty of room to chat is probably my favorite way to spend an evening.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Not much. I'll happily answer most questions but my secrets are not for the internets.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 26–38
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating, casual sex
You should message me if
Supposedly "May you live in interesting times" is a curse. If you disagree vehemently; if you can find enjoyment in the trivial and the epic; if you think life is better when its shared.