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28 Ottawa, Ontario, CA Man


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My details

Last online
Yesterday – 6:26pm
5' 8" (1.73m)
Body Type
A little extra
Not at all
Catholicism but it’s not important
Dropped out of Post grad
Might want kids
English (Fluently), French (Somewhat)
My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
Update: So, I've got a decent government job (at least for now...getting a permanent position is the toughest part). Still, it's nice to have a proper 9-5 job, and one where I feel like I'm making a positive contribution. Now I'm looking for a new apartment with a bit more space and sunlight, and proper room for a pet.

I am knowledgeable, cynical, and a procrastinator
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Spinning my wheels a bit. I'm currently working for a survey research company...yeah, I know I'm being an annoying person cold calling people, though I try to approach my job in the kindest and most respectful way possible. If someone says they aren't interested, I don't try to call them again; if someone asks how long it takes, why we ask certain questions, and who's paying for the survey, I'm as honest as I'm allowed to be by my employer. Still, it's not my dream job, to say the least, but it has given me respect for anyone working telephone customer service or sales. I'll never hang up or be rude to them, because I know they're just people trying to make a living, just like me.

My dream is to have a career in the political sector (particularly in research or strategy), or the public service. I also record and guest on podcasts, and usually try and create something artistic every few days (like a video, image or animated gif).
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Writing the last minute. I remember the time I
wrote two 15-page papers at the last minute. Well, I can't actually
remember what I wrote, but they both got over 80, so I was happy. I might not look it, but I used to be good at fencing...well, at
least enough to get a couple of bronzes at Canada Games. Then came University, and I decided to "focus on my studies." I might get
back in it (and hopefully, in better shape) someday. Good at
most popular video games. Though, it seems like I mostly only have
time to read news and blogs about games, rather than actually play
them as much as I used to.
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
"Hey, you've got a red beard!"

And maybe my ability to discuss/argue about any topic.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
I hate these kinds of lists (I can never seem to come up with giant lists that other people make), so here's what I can think up:

Books: 1984, A Song of Ice and Fire, Harry Potter, John Hodgman, the Time Machine, most non-fiction involving History and Politics (I could list some of my favourite political bios, but very few people know or care about Arthur Meighen anymore), trivia/miscellanea/list books, etc. I also listen to audiobooks at work.

Movies: I'm never good a picking my favourite movies. Most are niche sci-fi (think They Live) or generally bad/mediocre movies that I'm strangely attracted to (Clue, Batman & Robin, McHale's, yeah). Essentially, as long as there is something in the movie to be made fun of, I'll enjoy it. That also means I like to talk during movies...sorry. That's why I love when people livestream movies or TV shows online; I can riff in the text chat, or over Skype.

TV: What is this "TV" you speak of? The internet provides all of my television programs. However, when I do discover an antiquated television set in some locale (or hop on Netflix), I like to watch: Doctor Who, Jeopardy, most Star Treks, Mythbusters, Red Dwarf, The Thick of It, Community, Sherlock, Game of Thrones, Documentaries, Web/YouTube series, etc. Other than that, it's news (mostly political) for me.

Anime: Anything Gundam. If you like Gundam, that will make me over 9000(!)% interested. Not that I'm expecting that, of course. Other than that: Attack on Titan, Kill La Kill, Fullmetal Alchemist, Code Geass, Evangelion, Ghost in the Shell, et al. I don't read manga often, because I don't like paying for them, and reading online just doesn't feel right.

Music: My secret shame: video game soundtracks...but wait a minute! Although I do listen to the classic 8-bit tunes (especially Mega Man), I also like orchestrated, remixed versions which, when one thinks about it, are just the same as any other "regular" music (If there even is a precise definition of "regular music"). As well, I like anime and movie soundtracks, because each piece "connects" to a place in the original work.

I'm also a podcast addict. Whether it's about current affairs, video game news or humour, my phone is always loaded with podcasts for bus trips and boring waits. Favourites include the Giant Bombcast and LaserTime.

Video Games: Most games from the classic era (defined by me as the NES, SNES and N64 systems). I was into the classic RPGs like Final Fantasy VI and Chrono Trigger, but I no longer have the time to get involved with modern ones. I'm really into historical strategy games, like Europa Universalis (tip: Venice can't conquer 15th century Europe) Hearts of Iron, and Civ V. I play a bit of everything, except racing, sports and most other games without much plot. But if you play a game, it's almost guaranteed I'll know something about it. Oh, and the standard shooters (such as Call of Duty), since I don't always have the time to invest in a long, story-driven game. I'm usually on my PC, and sometimes on my Xbox One. I've also got a 3DS, but I rarely use it.

Food: Nothing in particular I'm mostly a picky eater, so I stick to the basics of meat and potatoes. In fact, I can enjoy a meal with just potatoes! I generally dislike fancy food though, especially when you pay money/time just to make the food look nicer. Once in a while I step out of my comfort zone, but usually this requires a bit of peer pressure.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
1. My computer
2. My family (does anyone not put this?)
3. News, particularly involving politics.
4. Twitter. I have multiple accounts for my different interests. If you're into Canadian politics on it, you might know me from a certain popular satire account...
5. Parentheses (if you haven't noticed yet).
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Hypothetical scenarios in my life: If I became a frontline news story, how would my personal life (including being on a dating site) be covered? If aliens invaded, what would be the best survival strategy? Ideas for games/videos/projects that I'm unlikely to ever do.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
a) Following the week's news (political or otherwise), and relaxing as I look forward to the weekend.
b) At home, reading/writing blog posts and playing games.
c) Doing something else creative (making a video, editing a podcast, tinkering on something in Photoshop).
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I don't have much romantic experience. Again, not from some physical or religious reason, but general laziness and not knowing how to "make the moves" (i.e., I don't think I'll ever be the first one to say "I love you", since I'm afraid of offending the other person, or ruining the friendship we already have, if they don't reciprocate). I'll be honest and say that I keep on expecting it to be like a video game, with clearly defined "levels", and with each action on a date having a positive or negative effect on my "relationship XP".

Oh, and I still play with Lego. I take apart the regular kits, and use the parts to make scale models of spaceships and mechs.
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over.
a) You're interested in history, politics, or other intellectual discussion.
b) You like video games or anime. (Not a requirement, but at least, well, don't hate them...)
c) You think online dating can actually work.