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  • Ages 19-32
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Last online
Jun 18
6' 0" (1.83m)
Body Type
Average build
Special Diet
Buddhism and laughing about it
Working on University
Doesn’t have kids but might want them
Has cats
English (Fluently), Spanish (Somewhat)
My self-summary
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Semi-delusional pseudo-Buddhist faux-author eking a deceptively complex living pursuing an education in anthropology.

Now that we've gotten the stupid-speak out of the way, I'll be real: I'm just some guy finding his place in the world. I've seen a lot, I've been through a lot, I started college late because I was caught up in a lot -- and now I'm here.

I'm immensely proud of myself for how far I've come and I spend a lot of time thinking about how to ensure I keep up the pace. I spend a lot of time thinking in general. At school I'm considered pretty quiet outside my classes, but inside them I'm that guy who's always raising his hand, because I want to be damn confident in what I'm learning, because learning is the most beautiful thing in this world. But yeah, get to know me and I'll talk. I will definitely talk.

I don't believe in the "hey gurl" approach to courting, so I don't see as much action as some of my peers. I've done the club thing a few times to mixed results and I mean, I've figured out how to work that whole angle, but I kind of hate myself the entire time. So I'm going to give this a genuine effort and see if it amounts to anything.
What I’m doing with my life
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Focusing intensely on achieving academic results. I'm trying to accelerate my schooling because I still have a lot of it ahead of me. I'm pursuing a doctorate in cultural anthropology, because growing up the way I did, I got to know people pretty damn well. People of so many different sorts. And I absolutely love people. I mean, I hate people too, but I absolutely love us just the same.

And hot damn if there aren't hundreds of millions of us out there who need further representation, documentation, respect, compassion. My life goal is to help give that to them.

If you're skeptical of relationships with Byron types, you'd probably do best to move on. I don't foresee death on a Greek battlefield, but much the same effect in an African warzone probably won't be out of the question.

But that's a long time from now. So right now this is my life. I'm working damn hard to prove myself in a world that once knocked me down, and in the interim, I dabble in writing, music, idle philosophizing, hiking, et al.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
walking for an absurdly long time without feeling bad for myself.
The first things people usually notice about me
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is that my eyes are considerably blue and I have an odd tendency to stare off into the distance with them.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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I read books all the effing time, but these days a great many of those are required reading. And I still absolutely love them, unless they suck, which does happen unfortunately. Or they're mathematical in nature, which happens even more frequently and is even more unfortunate.

Tad Williams' Otherworld series, Frank Herbert's first three Dune novels, George RR Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series, Isaac Asimov's Foundation series, Arthur C. Clarke's Childhood's End, Haruki Murakami's Kafka on the Shore, the Tripitaka, Tibetan Book of the Dead, and half a dozen other Buddhist texts, Alexandre Dumas' The Count of Monte Cristo, assorted musings from Mark Twain -- these are some of my favorites at this juncture.

Stellar films include Fight Club, The Shawshank Redemption, V for Vendetta, the original Star Wars trilogy, the Lord of the Rings trilogy, Schindler's List, City of God, Brazil, Se7en, American History X, The Departed, The Green Mile, you know, frankly, I think IMDb gets a lot of this stuff pretty right, so just click on its top 250 and you'll find a lot of my favorites resting comfortably within that space, thus proving me fairly mainstream in this regard in addition to being addicted to run-on thoughts separated loosely by too many commas.

Star Trek: Deep Space Nine was a great series and space shows just haven't touched that mark since. Of course, that's not hard to say considering how few have existed since. Game of Thrones is an excellent adaptation of A Song of Ice and Fire which I somewhat controversially genuinely prefer over its literary origin. Battlestar Galactica (2003) is good except when it's not. Sherlock is delicious and I can be straight and recognize that, dammit. Farscape was irreverent in every conceivable way and I delighted in it as an adolescent. I also developed an unhealthy lust toward Claudia Black, but who wouldn't? I was gifted with the opportunity to have a conversation with her back when I was 16 years old and I can just imagine how awkward and stilted I must have been. But that's a tangent. Oh, The X-Files was good. Except when it... I guess we've been through this.

Nine Inch Nails was my "Perfect Drug" for a long time. Trent really helped me through some tough times. I like a lot of associated acts, but my real loves are threefold -- 60's classic rock, 80's synth and glam, and the Romantic Period at large. I've got so many exceptions though. My playlists are more eclectic than a New York City intersection.

I like food, yeah.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
I don't like this question because I'm an annoying word-mincer like that, but I'll play along:

~My cat
~My education opportunity
~The experience I gained from traveling the country for three years
~The experience I gained from all the good things I've been gifted to have had occur
~The experience I gained from the myriad bad things I've been fortunate enough to endure
~My Buddhist necklace, because I feel naked without it
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
apparently sitting here updating this profile. But otherwise, I'm either holed up doing homework, glancing wistfully at the water on a beach, writing nonsense I'll probably never have published, attending some social function like a party, bar get-together, or what-have-you, figuring out where to go next in a Legend of Zelda game I've beaten twice already but still manage to lose my place in at every corner, or even sleeping if the mood strikes me.

But I have to be in a very particular mood to sleep.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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You exist.