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JoltLogan

31 M Lemon Grove, CA

My Details

Last Online
Yesterday – 9:48pm
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
White
Height
6′ 1″ (1.85m)
Body Type
A little extra
Diet
Anything
Smokes
No
Drinks
Often
Drugs
Never
Religion
Atheism, and laughing about it
Sign
Pisces, but it doesn’t matter
Education
Graduated from university
Job
Entertainment / Media
Income
Relationship Status
Single
Relationship Type
Offspring
Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
Pets
Likes dogs and likes cats
Speaks
English

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My self-summary
UPDATE (6/8/14): I am back in Mobile, AL for another month to a month and a half while I get my stuff in order for my move back out to San Diego.

UPDATE (6/16/14): I'm updating part of my profile to accommodate the new city (San Diego) I'll be moving to since some of my profile here is a little more of a devil-may-care-ish attitude from being in Mobile.

Honesty and Loyalty. Those would be the two things I hold most dear in life. I am honest to a fault and I am loyal to my friends. It would be great to meet someone cut from that same cloth.

I'm also quite silly and like to joke around. Apologies in advance.

I'm a nice, laid back guy who doesn't send messages like "Sup" or "Hey" to girls on OKCupid.

My text messages consist of fully spelled out words. Yes, even the two and three letter words that people have found ways to convert into one letter/symbol words like "you" and "are" and "at". I know that sounds crazy and you're probably like "Who likes making two more keystrokes on their phone? This guy's a robot who doesn't exist." FALSE! I'm very real!

Wanna hear something else that's crazy? I actually read profiles to learn more about people on here!

WHAAAAAAAAAAT?!?!? Who is this guy? (Not a robot)
What I’m doing with my life
I suppose it's time to update this. I'm currently transitioning from Mobile, AL to San Diego, CA. I spent the last 13 years in Mobile and it's served me well, but it's time to move on. I'll be moving out to San Diego hopefully by the end of July/early August. I'll be doing some bookkeeping work to make money, but I'll also be doing some work on the side for what I'm good at, which is web design, video production, and photography. So for those women who insist on having this on their criteria: Yes, I do have a job.

The media field (TV/Film/Photos/Web) is my passion and it's what I do in Mobile, but there's simply not a good enough market, so I'm moving out to San Diego in hopes of being able to get a little something going eventually at the same time as my bookkeeping job.
I’m really good at
My parents told me I was great at everything I tried but my .032 AVG in Little League begged to differ. I did draw the most walks though. I was moneyball before moneyball was moneyball.

I'm also good at making people laugh, listening/observing, designing websites, making movies and such, driving a car (safely, not fast... women dig that right?), making typsos, feeling the rhythm, feeling the rhyme, getting on up, and bobsledding time.
The first things people usually notice about me
Since I was 13 I've been cursed/blessed with a very deep voice. For the last 17 years people have been like "Hey man, your voice is awesome! You should do voice overs for commercials and movie trailers! You should be on radio!" and it's a super awesome feeling! Then they follow it up with "Hey man, say 'It puts the lotion in the basket!'" which is the 239th time in my life I've had someone ask me that and it's becomes the worst thing ever! So yeah, you'll notice that. I also noticed the other day I make lots of hand gestures when I talk. I may have been a public speaker in a past life.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
BOOKS: World War Z, Ready Player One, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, The Rules of Attraction, American Psycho. I'm also in the process of planning to shoot a short film so I've been reading up on film festival strategy books.

I've gotten heavily invested into graphic novels and comic books. I know that's a nerdy thing, but I like them because they are essentially story boarded movies with the scripts written in. Because I work in the film/tv market I'm always looking for cool ideas to draw inspiration from and I've found a lot of great stuff in the form of graphic novels and comic books. If that's too nerdy, that's fine, but that's why I'm into them. So far my favorites are Fell, Revival, Happy!, Saga, Peter Panzerfaust, Rat Queens, The Private Eye, East of West, and Petrograd.

MOVIES: I can give you my top 10...
1) L.A. Confidential
2) Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
3) The Usual Suspects
4) Dawn of the Dead (1978)
5) Wristcutters: A Love Story
6) Spaceballs
These next 4 kind of change often depending on how I "feel" maaan
7) Amelie
8) One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest
9) Shaun of the Dead
10) Moon

Also, I intentionally leave out certain movies because they should be in everyone's Top 10, and to me it's cliché to list them so I'd prefer to let people know about other movies that you might not expect to see. These movies I refer to are ones like Back to the Future, Ghostbusters, The Big Lebowski, Goodfellas, Pulp Fiction, Shawshank Redemption, etc. They are all amazing movies, but everyone knows about them so I don't want to bore people into letting them know I like the same movies as everyone else.

SHOWS: Game of Thrones, True Detective, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Key & Peele, House of Cards, 30 Rock, Parks & Recreation, The Walking Dead, Boardwalk Empire, Happy Endings, Top Gear (UK), True Blood, Comic Book Men, Breaking Bad, Sherlock, Arrested Development, Firefly, The Newsroom, New Girl, and a ridiculous amount of others.

MUSIC: It evolves constantly. Used to be a huge metalhead when I was younger, now I listen to a lot of indie/electronic/alternative stuff. Pretty much anything except country music (as in schlock like Toby Keith). Music I'm currently listening to:

Pearl & The Beard, Dan Mangan, CHVRCHES, Grimes, Kavinsky, Sleigh Bells, Weezer, Aesop Rock, Sage Francis, The Mountain Goats, Purity Ring, Tom Waits, Future Islands, Dark Dark Dark, Tally Hall, Phantogram, You Won't, Baby Baby, Margot & The Nuclear So and So's, The Cat Empire, Youth Lagoon, Faded Paper Figures, Passion Pit, Metric, Asobi Seksu, Sleeper Agent, Kiss Kiss, Bad Religion, Streetlight Manifesto, Teddybears, Avett Brothers, Muse, Shane Koyczan and the Short Story Long, Eels, Sigur Ros, Jonsi, Daft Punk, Gogol Bordello, Fiona Apple, Ingrid Michaelson, MGMT, Regina Spektor, James Blake, Gotan Project, Devotchka

Among others
The six things I could never do without
1) My sense of humor
2) My sense of direction
3) My sense of loyalty
4) My sense of honesty
5) My sense of sensibility
6) My sense of never wanting to ever wear a fedora, salmon colored pants, or pastel colored t-shirts.
7) My sense of rebellion
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Things that were promised to us as a society back in the 80's and they haven't figured it out yet. Pretty much anything from Back to the Future 2, more or less.
On a typical Friday night I am
These days? Probably working.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Okay, you got me. I'm a robot.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 23–38
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
You like to laugh. You like to take in the arts. You've had some semblance of real world life experience so I can actually carry a conversation with you. You're a Servo-Bot Model No. XX1990. You understood that joke. You're a cool laid back girl who likes to do fun unique things (because I'm new to San Diego and I don't know anything about this place yet).

Also, if you're willing to open a dialogue with someone who doesn't yet live in San Diego. I'll be there eventually, I promise, so if I contact you and you're immediately put off by the fact I'm not there yet I understand, but I do so mostly because I'm trying to meet some new people because I only know a few people out there at the moment outside of my family. I'm jumping from a town where I literally know hundreds of people, to a place where I don't even need all the fingers on my hand to count the people I know. It's daunting.