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  • Ages 28–44
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Last online
Yesterday – 9:02am
Relationship Type
Mostly monogamous
5' 10" (1.78m)
Body Type
Not at all
Wants kids
Has cats
My self-summary
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Multifaceted (yet currently somewhat one-dimensional) and well-read ex-slacker seeks warm body and brains for algorithmic exercises disguised as board games, lets-see-who-can-eat-more-sushi contests, and philosophical pillow talk.

Let's go rock climbing.

Actually let's not; that sounds horrible!!
What I’m doing with my life
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After slinging coffee for the better part of a decade and a half, I decided that - although the barista life is quite glamorous indeed - perhaps there was more to life than pouring rosettas and choking back bile (figuratively due to be-poloed dumdums and literally due to my body's increasing rejection of awful and ubiquitous Macrina pastries).

So five years ago, I decided to head back to school, and guess what? I just graduated from UW with a degree in Computer Science! How the fuck did that happen?

I'm tentatively going to start a graduate degree in computational linguistics in the fall; the problem is that I've recently fallen in love with the field of computer graphics. Conflicted? You bet. Stay tuned!

I've recently rediscovered the piano. Learning that sick Bach French suite gigue and some tunes from various Final Fantasys.

What about the future? Here's a partial sampling of my post-graduation bucket list; ahem:
(1) Relentlessly smack every middle-school administrator in the country until we get discrete math into our junior high school curricula.
(2) Write a bunch of nonsensical pornography in Latin and anonymously mail it to my professors (a sample: Ea pastillum sub testiculos coniugis posuit et tabulam suarum mammarum ad cattum per telecopiam misit.)
(3) Determine whether the board game 'Ora et Labora' is solvable (NOTE: I am probably not smart enough to actually accomplish this)
(4) Learn how to make sushi for myself and my friends so that I am not broke all the time from eating at sushi restaurants every single night and also so that I will be even more popular than I already am.
(5) Go as long as possible without ever finding out what 'twerking' means.
(6) Read 'The Trial' (I've started it 6 times now but something always comes up and I have to start over)
(7) OK seriously? Aggressively expand Computer Science programs in Washington state - targeting high schools and community colleges in particular.
(8) Eat an entire red velvet cake in one sitting.
The first things people usually notice about me
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Probably my voice. People frequently ask if I've done radio work (yes - and was even in a video game!). Also - despite what the studies say - I can often make a "bad shirt" look like a "good shirt".
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
This seems like a great sixth date conversation.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
...which of the following tired profile fads is the biggest turn-off:
(a) "living life to the fullest"
(b) proclaiming your love for the oxford comma
(c) ukuleles
(d) excessive Seahawks gear
(e) being an "extroverted introvert"
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I have an interesting and sometimes challenging relationship with sound.
You should message me if
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You think that going to watch a show entitled 'Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction' doesn't seem like a terrible idea.

You think that 'The Settlers of Catan' is a horrible board game and want to discuss how much you hate it, while indulging in superior pastimes of the genre.

You would not describe yourself as "scabby".

I place a very high premium on clear, unambiguous communication. If you are flaky or think it's fun to send mixed signals, please stay as far away from me as humanly possible.

I enjoyed casual dating throughout my 20s and early 30s, but am now at the point where I'm looking for relationships with significant substance. You should not message me if you are not at least willing to entertain the notion of starting a family.

If you have cultivated a voiceless alveolar affricate into your speech patterns, or are a loud chewer, we are NOT going to get along and I'm dead serious.