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27 M Olympia, WA

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My Details

Last Online
May 18
6′ 0″ (1.83m)
Body Type
Other, but not too serious about it
Scorpio, and it’s fun to think about
Graduated from university
Less than $20,000
Relationship Status
Seeing Someone
Relationship Type
Likes dogs and has cats
English (Fluently), Spanish (Okay)

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My self-summary
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I am pretty consistent; once you get to know me, you'll know more about me, but Ill be the same as when you first started talking to me. I lead an interesting life and I'm generally quite content and happy. My name is Kieran by the way. Hi.

I'm a Greener Grad. Class of '09. I love Olympia, and I've decided to make it my home. When I do get around to marrying and raising a family, I am going to do it here in Oly. I'm currently working on my second Evergreen degree. I'm doing all computer-science contracts this year. Tinkering with computers makes me happy.

I really like walking. And biking. My bike is nicer than many cars. Especially Olympia cars. I probably walk 8-10 miles a week not counting biking. Nothing quite makes me feel alive like getting a bunch of errands done on foot. I like to take a enough time to get tasks done right. That's kinda why I like Macs, stuff from REI, and organic food so much: take a little more time and get it done right the first time, and it'll be cheaper in the long run.

Este voy a escribir mas adelante. lulz. Esto vegetariano. Yo no miro TV, yo leo el pagina de discusión, estoy sospechoso, estoy un espiritualista. Prefiero Ingles :p

I am an adventurer, well prepared, and Geeky
What I’m doing with my life
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Traveling, Learning.

My path in life will take me many places. I want to study and experience each class, mode, school of thought and creed. To find their wisdoms, their insights, and their fragments of greater truth.

I'm in a loving semi-open relationship with dandelion_taco. My roommate is havtyl05. Good people all around.

For money, I work two jobs:
The first is basically dead-end job. I doing scholarship fund-raising for students at the Evergreen State College. I talk for a living. Talk to all kinds of people from all walks of life, hear their life stories and tell a little of mine. And then get them to donate a little money to their alma mater to help out people who are just starting out on their life journeys.

I also own my own business, I'm fully licensed, own my trade name and everything. That's sore of my fallback plan. I fix computers and other electronics. Do a Google search for mac repairs in Olympia or some variation and you'll find me on the top results :).

I come from a long line of tinkerers and inventors. My great great grandpa was a hardcore tinkerer, made all sorts of safety improvements for farm machinery. My great grandfather was too, and started a company based around his inventions. My grandfather held 43 patents throughout his life. Most were sold to Ingersol and John Deere. Do a google image search for "melroe bobcat". That was one of my grampa's inventions. That inventive spirit skipped my parent's generation, but I definitely have it.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Inventing stuff. Sometimes when I smoke weed, I get these strokes of genius, and design some machine or device which is very useful in some very specific way. About a quarter to a fifth of my income is budgeted towards actually building these things which I think of. I really want to find a mate who has an inventive mind like mine.

Fixing stuff. srsly. I can fix/improve anything electronic or mechanical, from xboxes to computers to nerf guns.

In general, I have a lot of eccentric technical knowledge like this which at first glance one might never think one would need to know. A while ago, I hooked my laptop up to send sound to my headphones via Ethernet cable, since the headphone jack was busted. If you know off the top of your head how I did this, or know way(s) it could be done, then you're the girl/guy for me!

Cooking. I love good food. And making food. I spend the most time in the kitchen out of any of the people I live with. With the help of my longtime friend Stephy (dandelion_taco on here), I recently came to the realization that I just plain don't get along that well with people who don't also love food, and I get along great with anyone who does love good food.
The first things people usually notice about me
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My big green eyes. Or that thing in my hair. You'll see it if you ever see me in person. Or my toe shoes. People ask me about my toe shoes all the dang time. It gets old.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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I really enjoy films in general. Well. Good films. And I make quite an effort to find good films. I go out of my way to acquire banned or suppressed films and documentaries. I like nonverbal films which make me reflect on life. When I was a kid, my favorite film was Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.

I love food. And making food. Mmm. And cheese. I always try to eat in season. My favorite time for eating is fall. My favorite fall dish is pumpkin-onion soup, or anything made with delicata squash. I love making soup, and I'm damned good at it. My favorite fruit is gala apples, and my favorite veggies are carrots. Nature's little candybars. I like to make a soup-a-day, and have the leftovers in the fridge, so on any given day I have several soups to choose from.

I'm a vegetarian. I'm not that serious about it. My rule of thumb is, that if I haven't killed it myself, I won't eat it. I own a rifle and am learning how to hunt; that rule about eating only what I've killed myself is not an idle statement. I am a survivalist, and so I always have food on me, and where ever I go, I am equipped with several days worth of fruit, cheese, beans, and protein bars, so I never have to worry about food while on an adventure.

I always look at potential food critically. Will this food be something that my body will want to use to maintain my flesh, or to power my muscles, or will it just be pooped out untouched? Will eating this harm me or help me? This is my way of saying I don't eat junk food or drink sodas, and I think it's silly how some people can eat stuff like that and be fine with it.

I believe in open music. I am opposed to corporate music and notions of music as an industry. I support independent music makers, and only download copyleft/creative-commons/open music. Music has been being copied, remixed, and built upon by musicians, bards and composers alike for thousands of years. Music is a form of expression, and should not be allowed to be owned. I am ecstatic that major artists are finally discovering the open music world, and thus so are their fans. I hope that someyear soon, we listeners of the world will join as one and completely turn our backs on the corporate music industry, so it withers and dies like the cancer it is.

My most treasured music in my collection was made by: Allah Universal, A.P.U., Autorickshaw, Bézèd'h, Black era, Blancheneige, Blueprintorchestra, Brain Damage, Dean Evenson, davidaubrun, Faren Khan, Hanneke Cassel, Jami Sieber, , Korpiklaani, Max Waves, No, Really, the Peljo-Peljo Ensemble, Rafiralfiro, RAÏBEL, Sagnik Basu, SaReGaMa, SoLaRiS, The Orientalist, Under The Table, Virginia Rodrigues, Walter Well, and Zachary Richard.

I love free-as-in-freedom software. Permissiveness, that's where it's at. Anything I program or create is always free too, GPLor CC-BY-SA ( I budget ~$20 per month to donate to various worthy causes, such as free-software developers, free-musicians. You should too. I just think that open source and donationware is a heck of a lot more happy and friendly, and I feel good when I use it.

I hardly ever listen the the radio anymore thee days. But when I do, it's to listen to A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor. on NPR, or the Clockwork Cabaret.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
1) My trusty pocket knife. I always have it with me. I take great care of it. Oil, and sharpen it regularly.

2) My trusty backpack (a Kelty Redwind). In the backpack which I carry around with me every day, I always have a first-aid kit, change of clothes, a second knife, toothbrush/paste, water, food for 2 days, rain gear, compass, camera.

3) Yummy good food.

4) Olympia.

5) Toe Shoes. They give +5 Agi IRL.

6) Piracy.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Food. The way I see it, you are what you eat. And so if you eat an animal that lived its whole life in a cage or a box, your spirit will incorporate that beaten-down, subjugated and defeated animal's spirit just as much as your body will consume it's physical flesh. I am picky about what I eat, be it plant of animal. When I am to eat meat, which I don't do very often, I will be from a wild animal, a creature that lived free and died by a hunter's bullet or arrow; not an animal that lived in a fucking box. People who eat animals that lived in boxes, themselves grow to become animals living in boxes, to put it bluntly. That said, I am a vegetarian 98% of the time.

I notice social hierarchies other silly human behavior a lot too, and think how silly and/or logical things like gender alignment are. I think a lot about language and expression. I think a lot about technology.

My thoughts on language:
I strongly dislike the notion of prescriptive grammar (as opposed to descriptive grammar). I think that the human experience is so vastly different from person to person, that it is to be expected that language should be different as well. Contextual nuances, regional differences in spelling, etc are a beautiful thing in my eyes, whereas the notion of being a linguistic 'purist' is repulsive to me. No person or group should, in my view, seek to tell other people to speak correctly. As long as meaning and ideas are able able to be transferred from one mind to another, the order or conjugation or style of speaking is purely dialectical and should be left alone.

My thoughts on gender...
I'm genderfucked and I love it. I'm not as /out/ about as it as I once was though. When the subject or a related topic comes up in normal conversation I'll certainly pipe up about it though. I still get mistaken for sex:female often. And it's not just because of my long hair. To summarize my sexuality, my gender is fluid, I'm polyamorus, and polysexual.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Half the Friday nights, I'm out on some adventure. The other half the time, I'm in my workshop working on some intensely intriguing project.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I keep my thumb nails cut in specific shapes. I find this is a great deal more useful than the traditional outward curve. My left thumb nail is flat, and my right thumb is an inverted curve. It's a lot easier to scrape a label off a jar I'm about to wash and reuse if I use my right thumb.
You should message me if
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You live in Olympia, or you just have something interesting to say.

If you like taking stuff apart.