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29 Vallejo, CA Man


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I’m looking for

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  • Ages 22–32
  • Near me
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating

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Last online
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6′ 2″ (1.88m)
Body Type
Mostly anything
Agnosticism, but not too serious about it
Doesn’t have kids
Likes dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently), Spanish (Poorly)
My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
Update: I am in the middle of moving from San Jose to Vallejo (Mmm yes sexy sexy Vallejo, but hey, my friend offered me a free room in her 3 story victorian house in exchange for manual labor, worth it) and job hunting in SF/Berkeley-Oakland. I still work in the Peninsula, stay in San Jose, and spend time when possible in Santa Cruz... So yeah, I'm all over the map here. If I've emailed you and am out of your butterzone please know there's a strong likelihood my schedule and drifterness will make it more feasible. Also, I just like to explore.

And now for something completely different

Goofy, happy, healthy, compassionate, altruistic, eclectic, egalitarian, emotionally intelligent and able to balance being content with quiet nights at home as well as getting loose on occasion. I do not, have not, and will not ever own anything ed hardy or affliction related (intentionally left lowercase).

Here's a poem by a dog:
Roses are gray, violets are a different shade of gray
let's go chase cars

Me with my strange choice of adjectives
You with your muscular teeth and clockwise vagina

A madman with a box, without a box - Penniless Sitar Player

Well, this is after all, just a silly little web page. What's more telling than a non-contextual questionnaire? I could of course just delete all this and put up a few shirtless mirror shots if that works instead...

I had no idea I'd be stuck with this username forever, I kind of wish I would have tried harder.

Did I mention I have a penis? (please note the sketch is called Hitting ON women, not hitting women...jesus yahoo get your shit together!)
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Attempting to read through my massive stockpile of books, exploiting the crap out of Netflix, slowly teaching myself how to organize and condense way too much stuff into my tiny space. When I can I head for the hills for a little fresh air or slip off to the coast.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Touching people. No but seriously it's my job (Massage) and I'm very good at it. There is in fact a tremendous amount of potential in manual therapy and it's wonderful when you can help someone live without pain.

Also Mario Kart 64. Many have tried, all have failed.

Oh and making people laugh. A lot. Not here though. It's hard to work in timing, tone, and expressions online. Words are hard.
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
Height, though it depends how close we are, some people don't notice until I actually come up to shake their hand. Every single time I see my family they comment on how tall I've gotten.... I've been this tall since about 8th grade, you'd think they'd be over it by now.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
I love film in many forms (former film student), I'm all over the map here Kurosawa to Pauly Shore (no shame) you name it

Futurama, The Simpsons, Scrubs, Archer, Silicon Valley, True Detective, Game of Thrones though I'm waayyyy behind. Just binged through all of Brisco County Junior and my inner child has never been happier.

Music is my drug of choice. Classical, Folk, Hip Hop, Rock, Blues, Jazz, Electronic, etc. Live performances of note (from the last few years): Prince (everything you've heard is true), The Dead (I will regret not going to Chicago for the rest of my life), Jack White, Gesaffelstien, St Paul & the Broken Bones, Alabama Shakes, Charles Bradley, Delta Spirit, Paul McCartney, Beck, Sigur Ros (people were crying), Tool, Arcade Fire (went in completely blind), Future Islands, Blur, Queens of the Stone Age, Deltron 3030, NIN & Soundgarden though it was at the Shoreline and their sound sucks so bittersweet on that one, Deer Tick, Polica (that woman is hypnotizing!), The English Beat, Todd Terje, Caribou, The Pixies, Cake, Tom Petty (that punk ass writer at Rolling Stone can eat a dick! The fact that you reviewed both TP and Macklemore means you didn't stay for more than a third of the set before running off). I realize now that list seems decidedly mainstream ::shrugs:: guess I'm not as cool as I thought, or at least the smaller acts didn't leave the as big of an impression. I'm not including any actual DJs here because I'm not sure it's quite the same. I thoroughly enjoy festivals, not for, well, the "festival experience" (constantly underwhelmed by how many people here litter shamelessly and show no common decency to those around them), but I just love the music. My friends and I treat them like marathons, we research each line up and game plan each set and the routes/times in between...then we laugh as it all falls to shit once we're there. Good times. I would really like to see more classical/Jazz acts so if you're game let me know!

Food- I try not to slack too much health wise but I really do eat EVERYTHING if I'm not being careful. I try to eat fresh veggie focused foods but it's a struggle.

Books- Non fiction mostly, it feels like brain food and that makes me smile :). After awhile though I get burned out. I tend to jump from book to book. Current rotation: The Conquest of Happiness by Bertrand Russel, The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg, Breakfast of Champions by Kurt Vonnegut, Fantastic Voyage by Ray Kurzweil, and when things calm down again I'll sink myself back int Zen and the art of motorcycle maintenance.

Footnote: Part of why I struggle to pick one book is there are sooo many I want to read! I didn't read much when I was younger so I feel like I have to make up for lost time. Also I went through a used bookstore binge phase and have more books than I know what to do with. It's a gentle madness.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.

No but really: Food (Especially all things breakfast), Music, Sex, Silliness, Wilderness, and last but not at all least Sleeeeeeeeep
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
My future, philosophy, psychology, human nature, animal intelligence, human potential, sexuality, whether I'll live long enough to see the machines rise to power, wondering If I'll ever learn to do a cartwheel or if it's too late and I'll never taste true freedom, how I will get to burning man and how miserably I will fail at being prepared my for my first year.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
At home making dinner and reading.... or in the city with my friends making poor life choices, one of the two.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I know almost nothing about computers, I hate that I love musicals, and I enjoy the Ren Faire.

Judge me
You should message me if
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~You don't mind that I have American History X and American Psycho on the same shelf as Harry Potter and my Disney collection.
~You find good conversation and activity more enriching than getting lizard brained.
~You above all have a strong sense of compassion, empathy, and self awareness.
~You're a Hufflepuff in the streets and a Slytherin in the sheets (ok that one is super nerdy but hey, I dig it)

And while I am here mostly for dating there are a lot of you rad ladies out there that generally just seem fun to hangout with, so if you're looking for some plutonic good times as well don't be shy!

Ooh and I suppose if you'd like to get to know each other! I mean, I had a girl once ask me out then tell me we couldn't be together (as I was trying to leave mind you) because she had just fallen in love the night before with a male ballerina while she was at a bar tripping on mushrooms so uh, yeah, this site amrite!?

Ok one last thing,

Someone once commented that I was too cheery, had too many smiling photos, that I should give less of a fuck so to speak. They said that I made it appear that I was too easily impressed and this of course was highly unattractive. Now, there seems to be a huge trend of people who think the world owes them something, and in fact that it is up to everyone and everything else to meet their apparently high standards. They are rarely satisfied and almost never impressed. If this sounds like you, please, fuck off. It's not cool. It's not hip. In fact it's actually kind of annoying. Please forgive me but, GROW THE FUCK UP. No one owes you a goddamn thing. Life is what you make of it. We can all be assholes if we wanted to, we've just decided to get over it. Quit bitching. Pay your tab, tip your server (WELL), and be considerate to those around you. Being smug doesn't make you hip or edgy, it makes you a prick. It shows a stunted degree of emotional maturity and will only keep you from enjoying life. Make the most of what you have. Be grateful for EVERYTHING. Appreciate EVERYTHING. Pick up your litter hold the door for the person behind you and smile at that little kid on the street!


Rant over, thank you.