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I’m looking for

  • Women
  • Ages 29–46
  • Near me
  • For new friends

My details

Last online
Mar 2
5′ 8″ (1.73m)
Body Type
Trying to quit
Atheism, and very serious about it
Leo, and it’s fun to think about
Dropped out of university
Rather not say
Seeing Someone
Has kids
Dislikes dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently), French (Poorly), C++ (Poorly), Sign Language (Poorly), Other (Fluently)
My self-summary
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Just as a warning, Vereesa has stolen my heart and soul. I still don't mind talking to interesting people. Just be forewarned that if you're looking to get me in bed, it won't be happening.

Those who cannot learn from history are doomed to repeat it.
- George Santayana

First off, let me say that I'm not on here much. I'm not a serial dater. I've grown tired on going on first dates with the wrong people. I'm not eliminating the possibility that you're out there, I'm just not holding a high expectation of it.

I am looking to meet new people, have some fun, and (oh my gosh) date.

I've lived all over, but in the last few years lived in Brandon, FL and Los Angeles, CA, and a dozen or so suburbs of places that I don't care to remember. I recently found myself in the Clearwater/New Port Richey area (depends on the time of the day, and the phase of the moon). Since most of my friends are now beyond a comfortable drive away, I find myself here without many people to socialize with.

I am looking for new friends, and possibly more. I won't guarantee anything from reading your profile and a few emails, but I'm sure we'll figure it out as we go.

I am eclectic, off center, and interesting
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I'm really good at a lot of things. A lot of friends ask, "Is there anything you can't do?" My usual day job is computer work. I also work on cars, do household repairs, write on the Internet. My writing that I do is occasionally real writing. I have a hard time with self examination, but I do great when I'm writing about an event or project that I'm working on. Oh, and I also type somewhere over 100wpm, so once you get me writing on a subject, just consider that I wrote it as fast as I could have said it. What may look like pages is really only a minute of dialogue.

I still haven't mastered the idea of writing fiction, but someday it may happen. At very least, I can ramble on about conspiracies. I like conspiracies, they're fun ideas to talk about. I usually sound serious when I say them, but you'll figure out pretty quickly that I actually recognize the boundaries between reality and fantasy, and I dance back and forth over the line for fun. :) Hey, if we all spent our lives firmly seated in reality, it wouldn't be as much fun, would it?
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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I don't fall into stereotypical geek interests. I'm not a huge Star Wars, Star Trek, nor Lord of the Rings fan. I am a Stargate fan, and have enjoyed most of their shows. Now that Lost has gone from a survivor reality/fantasy show into mythology and scifi, it's become rather interesting. I am a season or so behind though. I am also a big Dexter fan, even though I'm about a season behind there also. I'm without DVR right now, so what I watch is either live when I catch it, or downloaded. (shhh, I'm not a pirate, I'm just late to watching the shows)

These are a few movies that I've liked, mostly chronologically, but far from an all inclusive list. People seem to like lists to get an idea of interests in people. Don't make me ever make a list of the 10 things I like most about you, because that's introspection which I'm terrible at writing (just like this profile).

The War of the Worlds (1953)
Night of the Living Dead (1968)
Blade Runner (1982) Harrison Ford
Evil Dead (I/II/III) (1981/1987/1993)
The Lost Boys (1987)
Say Anything... (1989) John Cusack
The Hunt for Red October (1990) Sean Connery
Air America (1990) Mel Gibson
Clerks (1994) Kevin Smith
Dark City (1998) Kiefer Sutherland
Dogma (1999) Kevin Smith
High Fidelity (2000) John Cusack
Shawn of the Dead (2004)
My Name is Bruce (2007) Bruce Campbell

Man, there are a million fine girls in the world,
but not all of them bring you lasagna at work.
Most of them just cheat on you.

- Silent Bob, "Clerks"

Music (stations, locations, and genres )
Sirius channel 20 (Octane)
WHPT 102.5 FM - The Bone
WXTB 97.9 FM - 98 Rock
Simons Night Club - Gainesville - circa late 1990s - Techno, Hardcore, Ambient, Drum and Bass
The Castle - Tampa
(Summary: Rock and Electronica, with some other random choices blended in to make my tastes eclectic)

Mostly nonfiction. Lots of technical documentation (books, online sources, etc).
O'Reilly Media Technology Books - about 300 titles.
Douglas Adams - Various works
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Love and how I have nothing more than that to offer to the world, and how it's not enough to make a difference anyways.

2012 (which should never be referenced to as Y2K12,
The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine).
1812 Overture and how it wasn't played until 1882 (I love the special instrument required for it to be played correctly)

Andromeda–Milky Way collision,
alien encounters,
comets blowing up the earth,
exploding sun.


Ying and yang,
the balance of the universe,
the balance of my sanity and how it could be overdrawn.

sex, sensual sex, and dirty sex.
Felonious quantities of narcotics and prostitutes.

People with absolutely no sense of humor and how they couldn't see humor when it was standing naked in front of them, holding a neon sign that says "I'm a joke".

Order and chaos, not always in that order.


The constant battle of good versus evil and how do you decide which side you're really on, since history is written by the victors. Maybe I'm just caught in the middle. A 3rd party pawn destroyed in a war that isn't even mine to fight.


rapier wit
how some people lack the ability or understanding of either.

If you didn't want to know the answer, you really shouldn't have asked the question.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Lately, Friday night has been picking up my daughter (she's 3) talking about the car ride home (she loves going fast, or at least thinking she is), naming things around us. She's likes to lie about red lights being green. "Go daddy! Green!" So, that's my Friday afternoon to Saturday evening.

First dates don't include her. Sorry, I don't want her meeting every freak from the freak show. :) If we do go out, and everything goes well, more will come including meeting the most important girl in my life.

Time with her isn't scheduled, it's what works out best right now for my ex and I. We actually play nice, we just weren't good together.
You should message me if
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You should message me if ...? Well, if you think that there's anything we can sustain a conversation about, and understand sarcasm when it's spoken (or written, or mimed). Otherwise, please move on. That's right, I'm talking to You. Speak Up or Go Away

You read this far, just go ahead and write me. I really don't bite.

People talk about "acceptable" age ranges. I guess I should hit on that. In the last few years, I've dated people who are now anywhere from 22 to 40. Age isn't a defining factor if we should date. It's simply when we were born. We can have a lot in common Where it goes depends on how we get along and what we have in common. I'd prefer to date someone that I can go out for drinks with (i.e., 21 and over), and someone I wouldn't be picking up from a nursing home (i.e., under 90). We may meet and talk, or more. Dating doesn't mean we should have been born the same day, month, or decade. We may have fun together, which is the fun of dating. Where it goes depends on the person, not a chronological measure.