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29 M San Gabriel, CA

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My Details

Last Online
Oct 12
5′ 10″ (1.78m)
Body Type
Strictly other
Not at all
Atheism, and very serious about it
Graduated from two-year college
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids, and doesn’t want any
Likes dogs

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My self-summary
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My foundation is a love of knowledge, betterment, and understanding. From that springs a love of design, a love of understanding how designs play out, and a desire to design better things myself. I'm always looking to improve myself, including becoming a better potential husband, conversationalist, artist, cook, friend, host, philosopher, designer, ethicist, logician, scientist and more.

I'm one of the nice guys. If I detect that someone is quite unhappy, I try to make the person happy again. Candy, a hug, words, assistance; whatever I can offer. I also give food and money to homeless people.

I take criticism very well, because I want to get better. Growing as people and as a society is important to me. If you have some hangup about bettering yourself, then we'll probably never get close.

More succinctly...
I am a children's rights (and respectful interaction) promoter, GLBTQ ally, "anthro-improvementist" (a working title), walking suicide helpline, wannabe prepper (ask about my "earthquake preparedness kit"), biocentrist, philosopher, intellectual, and a lot of other things.

I love walks, just about any activity at night especially when lots of stars are visible, thick fog, thunder and lightening, drinking and serving warm (nonalcoholic) apple cider on cold winter days and nights, swimming, teaching anything, designing, identifying and solving problems, biking instead of driving, Game Genie, ice cubes in the shape of fun things like robots, rectifying boring situations, being atypical, figuring out something new, making people laugh, doing something new, spicy food, decoding media like movies and music videos, and especially hearing people express their own ideas.
What I’m doing with my life
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Figuring it out. I'm endeavoring to become a design engineer, and inventor on the side. I might end up writing a book, too, but you probably know how that tends to work out. I'm not really upset about the education I've sought up to this point, and it surely helps me out intellectually and interpersonally, but what does one do with an Associates of Arts and an Associates of Humanities?

I'm also improving my brain all the time. This is very important to me.

I'm quite busy right now, and just hoping for a full night's sleep. So if you email me, please don't don't delete your profile if I haven't answered in a week.
I’m really good at
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Intellectual stuff. That's by far my most unusual trait. I especially excel at what a classmate coined as "philosophical logic", which is as apposed to mathematical logic, for instance. People are usually glad that I came to a philosophical meeting. I definitely have flaws, and I work on them. I hold myself to a high standard, so I will never call myself "perfect" or even "close to perfect". I am flawed, and that's okay, but not really :)

I seem good at grasping the functional nature of things, which is part of why I want to be a design engineer or an engineering technologist. I'm good at understanding systems with complex interactions, and tracing events and behaviors back to their sources. Because I care. Which is not to say that I'm always right, or that I'd prefer to believe I am. Finding that I'm wrong is always good.

Accents, singing in those accents, and making up amusing stories. As much as I do not want kids ever, I think that I would tell the best bedtime stories.


I have some odd talents. I can remember visual information such as faces, from every movie that I've liked, or just seen. I have yet to find this useful outside of
The first things people usually notice about me
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My hair. I grow it out to donate to Locks Of Love which makes wigs for bald kids. I've done it twice so far. I also don't pay for hair cuts, so it's multi-functional. It's at what I call "stage 4 inconvenience": as it grows, its properties change, and it generally becomes more inconvenient. Now it can interfere with leaning against things because it's about at my hip. I haven't donated it yet because I'd like to sell it instead, but I can't decide. The longer it gets, the better the donation and the higher the value of the hair, so there's no hurry.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Movies: Science fiction, documentaries, non-docs with a message like Glory, Kinsey, Milk, Noise (2007), Temple Grandin, and Tucker And Dale vs Evil, and movies with underlying meaning like Pleasantville, and Black Swan, and any movie that explores an idea. With other people, I like watching laughable movies that inspire live viewer commentary. The perfect 80's movie is The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension.

Shows most liked: Aeon Flux, The Amazing Screw-On Head, Archer, Astonishing X-Men, Beer And Board Games (BlameSociety), Bullshit!, Charlie Jade, Cosmos, This Could Be Big, Hyperdrive, Invader Zim, The Mighty Boosh, Penn's Sunday School (a podcast), Portlandia, Red Dwarf, The Tick (live-action), and seemingly anything with Nick Frost. I've seen every Star Trek episode and movie, but some of it was just bad, so I can't really list it. But I like talking about it, if it comes up.

Music (At least a few from each): Hans Zimmer, John Williams, Vangelis, Supreme Beings Of Leisure, Simon And Garfunkel, Alan Silvestri, Paul Robeson, Danny Elfman, Björk, Phantom Of The Opera, and German pop, so far. Also, the original and new versions of movie and video game soundtracks like 'Maklibek "The Dark World" Zelda Dubstep Remix', and songs that make me think, remember, appreciate, or that help me emotionally. ...I also have a soft spot for the music of The Three Amigos.

Food: I'm always up for eating new-to-me foods. Any "Asian" nationality except Japanese are frequent favorites, but that's hardly exotic. I like cooking for special people in my life, so before we see each other, tell me your favorite foods and I'll learn how to make them (Unless you hate free food). I never eat seafood (or anything else wild, unless I know it's easily sustainable), because that's simply taken from the wild and involves the horrors of bycatch while depleting the "resource", and certain farmed fish have actually been shown to be worse for the species than wild-caught. A lot of it also contains mercury, which I really want to stay out of my body.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
(1) Those whom I love as family, and my hope that I will mutually love someone as more for the right reasons, again, some day.
(2) Intellectual stimulation
(3) Personal improvement or /which can be accomplishment
(4) Science
(5) Electricity
(6) My voice. I sing frequently.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
General: Many ideas sit on a table, and I usually work with just one at a time, and sometimes I forget about some of them.

Constantly: Design. A salt-shaker can temporarily enthrall me.

Recently: Our societies do not need to be organized with such personal isolation in mind, where the motto is "Good fences make good neighbors.". This physical and social structure leads to increased poverty and waste, and makes homelessness much harsher and more frequent. For example, why not have community buildings where non- anonymous people bring clean, unwanted food for others, and where homeless people get IDs and thus special homeless services like access to public bathrooms, showers, otherwise-wasted food, etc? Societies seem to arise naturally based on profit, with governments working around that, regulating after the fact, so to speak, rather than trying to do good on their own. At least where I live.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Doing homework.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I never got past the hoverboard level in Battletoads: Battle Maniacs. Also Hayao Miazaki's movies are formulaic. *runs*
You should message me if
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you feel like it. Messaging me doesn't mean that you're interested in me in any serious way, or even that you're open to a friendship. No obligation, double your money back if unsatisfied.

you consider yourself to be an intellectual.

you would like an adaptable, ethical, smart, fun friend or romantic partner.

when you talk about sports/fashion, it's to analyze its enthusiasts or criticize the diversion.

you have enjoyed flying a kite or you want a birthday cake with one candle for every year you've been alive. When I turn 50, things'll really start "heating up"! Hah! Meaning both the heat from the fire and the increasing danger of having 50 flaming sticks in one place.

this profile didn't get you to fall completely asleep. A nodding sleep is okay.