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My self-summary
We're moving to Denver in a few months! If you're in DFW and want to hang feel free to shoot me a message but we aren't looking to start anything long-term here right now. If you're a Denver area person shoot me a message! We're looking forward to making friends in the area and would love to chat.

I believe in simplicity. Many philosophers make good arguments in its favor.
I love thunderstorms. I've been much more sensible and calm lately.
I tend to get caught up in things and forget where I am, especially when it's conversation.

Right now I'm in a relationship with HKara and it is fabulous. We're interested in entering a poly relationship with a third person, but we're not in any hurry. We're pretty open-ended as to a man or woman, but we're always looking for friends or interesting people.
What I’m doing with my life
Right now I lead a team of data miners in the data mines. Try to go out to things. Take lots of comfortable walks.
I’m really good at
I use periods and semicolons in a world where capitalization is going the way of the dodo. I'm a decent cook.

I have a few decent monologues now.

I regularly feel an alarming sense of spiritual fulfillment. I am not searching for my place in the world or my soul's purpose since they both seem well defined.

I've written some poetry. I've been told it's good.

I really, really enjoy talking at length about film, television and stage: composition, acting, lighting, cultural significance, trivia, everything that could possibly be interesting about them. I have not measured how good I am at this objectively or anything but I'm putting it here.

Never, ever trusting me.

Being the best person I can be.

Laughing until I cry.
The first things people usually notice about me
I was once told I'm really laid back. Now I'm told I'm really intense. Both times I was told that I'm very free.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Romance of the Three Kingdoms. The Tao of Pooh. Around the World in 80 Days (I got to play Fogg in a stage show of it! Childhood dream come true.) Gormenghast. Pratchett. Historical nonfiction. Sci-fi pulps, especially 40k. The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. Watchmen, both the novel and film. Harry Potter, especially the Stephen Fry-narrated audiobooks. A Song of Ice and Fire is too damn good. If you're watching the show and skipping the books you're missing way, way out. I'm looking to expand my sci-fi and fantasy reading now that ASoIaF has me turned on to reading again for the first time in a few years. Send me your faves.

Penny Arcade. Dr. McNinja. XKCD. Curvy. Oglaf. Homestar Runner (IT LIVES). Vlog Brothers.

Jesus Christ Superstar. The Pillowman. War Horse. Gilbert & Sullivan. Reefer Madness. Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?. The Producers. I got to be in a production of The Motherfucker With the Hat and it was fun as hell.

The Total War series. Metal Gear Solid 3. Dawn of War. Arcanum: Of Steamworks and Magic Obscura. Little Inferno was surprisingly good, and I say that in the same sense of surprise as when your opiate hasn't been cut as much as you expected. Papers Please. Prison Architect. Der Pokemans. Telltale's The Walking Dead is one of the best storytelling experiences I have been lucky enough to enjoy. Crusader Kings.

Wilco. Daft Punk. Hanggai. Nujabes. Snoop Lion. Gorillaz. Frank Zappa. RHCP. The Decemberists. Wu-Tang Clan. Neil Young. Mahler. Kanye (but like us all, when I see him in the news I usually go 'Kanye, what are you *doing*?'). Radiohead. Bastille. Perterburator. Film scores.

Napoleon Dynamite. Apocalypse Now. Four Lions. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. American Psycho. No Country For Old Men. Hero. Curse of the Golden Flower. Anything ripe for a good mocking. Baz Luhrmann. Blade Runner. Alien. Cowboy Bebop & Samurai Champloo. Seven Samurai. Breaking Bad. Downton Abbey. Augenblick Studios. Sealab 2021. Space Ghost. The Daily Show (religiously). South Park. The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert. Jean de Florette and Manon des Sources. David Lynch.

Vegan cooking. Vaporized trees. Street art. Go.
The six things I could never do without
My PC, I built this with my own two hands and you will pry it from them when they're cold and dead.
Lunch. It's the best meal of the day.
Laughter. It's a human necessity.
An audition to go to, a show to be in, something to do creatively. I slide into depression when this isn't the case.
Video games. It is difficult to find a more efficient fun delivery system.
Just getting myself a little something every now and then. A decent meal, replacing something that's needed it, small expenditures to take advantage of my participation in the cash economy and steadily reduce the entropy in my life.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Small, positive-positive choice dilemmas.

My face and how to make it twist in different awful freakish ways.

How I would play a role that I'm watching

What is the next right action.

New recipes. Cooking is love.

Who is this human being I am speaking to and how can I be very nice to them.
On a typical Friday night I am
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm a big softie at heart. I tend to tear up at happy endings when I see movies and plays.

In this same vein I'm also a shameless cat person. My baby boys are my babies, there are two of them.
Their destructive, selfish, capricious habits are good practice for having kids somewhere down the line, I should imagine.

The honest truth is I'm way more open when asked directly about something so most of the privater stuff I've admitted on this site is buried in my answer explanations.
You should message me if
You want to play word games. We'll try and sound like Holmes and Mycroft before someone fucks up and there's giggling.

You want to just go shoot mini-golf or see a show, an exhibit or hang out and riff on bad movies.