32 Saint Paul, MN
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My self-summary
I'm not a flashy man. I tried that once but it didn't work. These days I try to find happiness appreciating the little things in life, like the scent of fresh blossoms in spring, the warmth of the Sun on a cool day, or when I notice a stranger humbly thinking of someone else before themselves (as if that ever happens). I like fixing things, offensive jokes, and seeing how long I can make a pair of shoes last (I've got more than three years on my personal record, we'll see how the next ones match up). I'm the quintessential example of the old adage, "It's not what you know it's who you know," but unfortunately I'm on the short end of that one.
I'm also a huge 3rd Amendment supporter. If you think the government should be allowed to quarter soldiers in the homes of private citizens during peacetime, we are just not going to get along
What I’m doing with my life
working for the man and dreaming of ways to give him the proverbial finger, trying everything twice and then a third time once I've forgotten about the first two times. I also bike everywhere. I do have a car, it's a jeep that fits me perfectly-not all that pretty but tough, rugged, and always there when I need it.
I’m really good at
Writing online dating profiles. There's a business here. I'm thinking of moving to silicon valley.
The first things people usually notice about me
Apparently I've developed what my coworkers call a "fake laugh," only there's nothing fake about it. I get what they're saying though, it sounds totally phony and it tends to come off speciously. I guess I see a lot of humor where others don't (this doesn't mean I have the proverbial "sense of humor" all of you ladies are looking for).
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Does Facebook count as a book? If it does, I don't read it.
Movies: Die Hard 2: Die Harder
TV: Sabrina the Teenage Witch
Music: Hall and Oates
Food: Fried Chicken
The six things I could never do without
Only my cat. Everything else is negotiable.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
What I can do to help humanity. For Instance, I see a lot of shirtless dudes on the bike trails. It's a shame. This is America and no one should go without a basic need like clothing. To that end, I'm thinking of starting a non-profit called "Shirts for Dudes."
Why is the mullet so looked down upon in our society. Business in the front, party in the back grants utility that most haircuts only dream of.
The fact that government welfare programs are seen as handouts to the poor when in actuality they provide much greater benefit to the rich. The "Let them eat cake" approach engenders revolutions, while welfare placates.
On a typical Friday night I am
Dreaming of a way to make it at a career as a karaoke promoter
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
My mom thinks I'm handsome. I want to believe her, but I'm worried she might be bias.
You should message me if
Clearly I have no idea what I'm talking about.