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  • Ages 18-35
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  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating, casual sex

My details

Last online
Jul 10
5' 7" (1.70m)
Body Type
Special Diet
Agnosticism but it’s not important
Doesn’t have kids but wants them
English (Fluently), Japanese (Somewhat)
My self-summary
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Tyr Anasazi: "What would you like, Jaguar?"
Charlemagne Bolivar: "The usual. Hundreds of grandchildren, utter domination of known space and the pleasure of hearing that all of my enemies have died in terrible, highly improbable accidents that cannot be connected to me"
- Andromeda, season 2, episode 9, "Into the Labyrinth"

After a decade of trial and error, I have learned the hard way that the number one predictor of compatibility is COMMUNICATION. It is the willingness to ask "did I misinterpret what you said or did you misinterpret what I said?" rather than say "anyone who would say X must believe Y, and anyone who might possibly believe Y is not worth my attention because they're more closed-minded than I am". You and I can disagree on EVERYTHING else, as long as we agree on this.

My best attribute are my intelligence, sense of humor, selflessness, rationality, perseverance, emotional stability, and incessant drive for self-improvement. I'm a goth-geek hybrid (think Abby Sciuto from NCIS, but male) and my body mass fluctuates between 55 and 65 kg, but is always pretty much 0% body fat.

My all-time favorite hobby is digital video editing. You can see my most recent project at here (unless you're reading this on a phone, in which case GET TO YOUR DAMN COMPUTER)

What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
I cannot be bothered to update this section frequently enough for it to remain accurate most of the time. Life has been pretty turbulent for me these past few years.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Math (though I hate it), digital video editing, playing games other than sports, climbing shit, swimming, building computers, and minesweeper.

I've been told that I'm an excellent mixologist. I also have a fondness for mixing drinks in large batches, which requires a lot of imperial-to-metric conversion. I once got into an argument over how many fluid ounces are in a shot. If you want to know how your chemistry teacher likes to party on the weekends, I can show you.

I can take uncooked, not-ready-to-eat items from a grocery store and convert them to an edible form without burning the kitchen down. I don't consider this to be a particularly impressive skill and I never attempt anything complicated, but my friends and roommates have all told me that I'm an awesome cook. I also don't trust dishwashers, and if a dish or eating utensil needs to be cleaned, I will do it manually. I suspect that I will make a great housewife some day.

The first things people usually notice about me
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One of my eyes was badly damaged when I was younger, and it will now no longer focus or dilate correctly, nor point at what I'm looking at.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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After careful consideration, I've decided to chop this down to 1% of its previous size.

(a) Ender's Game

(b) Gotta be either Tron Legacy or the animated Transformers movie from 1986. Note that I don't think these are the best movies ever made; I don't even put them in the top 100. Each one just has a very special place in my heart for a different reason.

(c) The one that influenced me the most philosophically was Andromeda. The one that made me feel emotions again was Battlestar Galactica. The one that I treat like a religion is Neon Genesis Evangelion. My favorite show that is currently producing new episodes is The 100.

(d) Two Steps From Hell has now dethroned all previous favorites.

(e) I seem to have a particular fascination with Ramen.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
You mean aside from oxygen, water, food, heat, shelter, and broadband internet access?
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Politics, religion, history, economics, science, science fiction, computers, computer games, video games, card games, board games, three-dimensional geometry, four-dimensional geometry, books, movies, TV shows, guns, fire, explosions, death, destruction, mayhem, Sarah Connor, small furry animals, shiny objects, eugenics, sex, drugs, rock and roll, libertarianism, transhumanism, the technological singularity, and 14-year-old anorexic Japanese girls who pilot giant anorexic Japanese robots (you Evangelion fans know what I'm talking about)... you know, all the normal stuff.

I like having VCD-compliant MPEG-1 copies of movies and TV shows for no real reason, and I will sometimes rip and convert DVDs to this format, also for no real reason.

I have also recently developed an obsession with cladistics, and can recite from memory exactly how closely related fungi and animals are to each other and how distantly related they are to plants ("blah blah opisthokonts blah blah SAR/HA supergroup blah blah...").
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
doing the same thing I do every night: trying to take over the world!
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I recently decided to wipe my answers and start over, this time answering far fewer questions about sex and placing a higher priority on under-represented political and scientific topics, because I was disproportionately being matched with socialists, transsexuals, and psychology majors. Don't get me wrong, I'm totally tolerant of beliefs that differ from mine, but I've noticed that political leftists and soft-science people tend to be EXTREMELY intolerant of views that differ from theirs, and get super butthurt when I ask simple questions that they can't answer. I actually noticed this quite a few years ago, but now science has proven this observation true. I'm now aiming in a more engineering/libertarian kind of direction. If you're an exception to this trend (i.e., you can have an actual conversation about the merits of Keynesian versus Chicago-school economics without committing the Argumentum ad Koch fallacy), then we should be fine!
You should message me if
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- You know where Carmen Sandiego is, who let the dogs out, why kids love Cinnamon Toast Crunch, and/or how many licks it takes to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop.

- You can humor my lab coat fetish. This is not a joke, I have an actual folder on my computer dedicated to pictures of women in lab coats.