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27 M Los Angeles, CA

My Details

Last Online
Today – 3:31pm
5′ 9″ (1.75m)
Body Type
Mostly anything
Agnosticism, and laughing about it
Libra, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from masters program
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
Likes dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently), C++ (Okay)

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My self-summary
I recently got out of the suburbs that is northern San Fernando Valley and I'm here scoping out some new friends in the area.

I'm your usual extroverted introvert of a geek. My morbidity is surpassed only by my cynicism, which in turn is hidden beneath my calm demeanor. I believe in a lot of evil liberal things like evolution, gay marriage, and bare feet. I'm part of the shrinking demographic that believes agreeing to disagree is still a thing, so as long as you don't use volume to try and change my mind we'll get along fine. Overall I'm a quiet, relaxed, difficult to offend person.

I enjoy both tight-knit activities and large sprawling events. I'll gladly spend a night or a weekend with friends playing video/board games, trying out a bar or a show, getting lost trying to find some out of the way beach, hiking... though being originally from the north east, I'm still not used to hiking that involves OH DEAR GOD I ALMOST STEPPED ON THAT RATTLESNAKE.

I've always wanted to check out Burning Man, though I've had a few people warn me that it's very cliquey. Perhaps I'll try something more low-key, like Wasteland Weekend.

I'm also a fan of more mundane things. Documentaries, carpentry, and gardening/farming. I used to keep a flock of chickens, which was not unlike raising velociraptors. Get me started and I'll talk for hours about chickens are much more awesome that your cats, and for this I apologize in advance.
What I’m doing with my life
I work in the valley for a small, lovably dysfunctional software company. I've seen at least half of my coworkers drunk, and not necessarily after business hours.

I prefer the atmosphere of West LA, and while part of the time I live and work in Chatsworth (north valley), the rest of it I'm in Mar Vista. Infinitely more to do down here.

Outside of work I've been learning/doing game programming and wondering where it might take me. I've had a few ideas for games, and since I'm already a programmer, hey, why not? Oh yea, and in a previous time I used to do 2d animation, so that can't hurt.

I'd like to have my own business some day, if only for the reason of being able to randomly stay out until 6 am any, though not every, day of the week.

I have a far-flung dream to someday open an arcade where instead of redeeming your tickets for cheap prizes, you redeem them for alcohol. I've partially designed an 'angry-vomiting-drunk-proof' arcade cabinet, which might go nicely with my burgeoning game programming skills. Not sure how realistic this is though, you'd be surprised how few states will legally allow a business like this.
The first things people usually notice about me
I can eat two whole pizzas, a sandwich, a package of biscuits, half a pan of brownies, and lose a pound the next day. This very quickly translates to "The first thing that makes people want to kill me," so I figured I'd get it out of the way here.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Calvin and Hobbs. Hunt for Red October. The Rainmaker. Time Cat!

Movies: Paranorman, The Fifth Element, The Lion King, Harold and Maude, Wall-E, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Scrooged, Kelly's Heroes, Ghostbusters, Fiddler on the Roof, Spirited Away, Back to the Future, Stake Land, Meet Joe Black, Hocus Pocus, The Blues Brothers

Shows: South Park, Firefly, early/middle seasons of How I met Your Mother, Kim Possible.. really I haven't watched many shows since I gave up Netflix.

Music: Florence and the Machine, Sigur Rós, The Dresden Dolls, Muse, Radiohead, Flogging Molly, The Cranberries, Nirvana, Pink Floyd, Don Henley, Natalie Merchant, Alanis Morissette, The Counting Crows, Mogwai.. and a million others.

Food: Admittedly I'm a mild stoner and eating is one of my favorite pleasurable downtime activities. I enjoy larger, 'stick to your ribs' meals over fancier cuisine. Sushi when I'm not feeling like a cheap bastard. When I do eat out I generally order calamari if they have it. I have a love for avocado in most of my meals, which is a nice perk about living in SoCal.

Video Games: The Diablos and the Starcrafts, Portal, Bioshock (which I still suck at), L4D2, World of Goo.. Also plenty of old-school games like Sonic, Zelda, Super Metroid, Chrono Trigger, and Secret of Evermore. There's a ton more, too.
On a typical Friday night I am
The same thing we do every night, Pinkey.

I'm probably in and/or out with friends, enjoying some kind of mindless activities. Video games, board games, random late-night treks out to feed my bottomless hunger...

Industrial/goth clubs are a guilty pleasure of mine. While I may be the least goth looking person there, drunken spastic flailing (dancing) to some overly technoed version of the Tetris theme is hard to beat. It's like some depraved mixture of pole dancing and square dancing, which I find to be much more fun than I should probably admit.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
In college I made out with my then girlfriend's recent ex, which she gleefully referred to as "fan service."

Also, I don't drink coffee. At all. This apparently makes me a heathen in 98% of all social circles.
I’m looking for
  • Guys and girls who like bi guys
  • Ages 22–30
  • Near me
  • For new friends
You should message me if
You're a positive, cynical, outgoing person that actually gets the joke that is my username. You're willing to either share exciting LA locales, or accompany me while I go hunt some down. Even better if, in the off time, you'd enjoy a mildly stoned game of Cards Against Humanity.

You have a general understanding of spelling and grammar, you're a fairy intelligent person, and your profile doesn't look too much like this.

Also, try to have more to say than just "Hey, what's up."