How many Germans does it take to screw in a lightbulb?
Just one, because they're very efficient and not very funny.
I live in the 'burbs right now (Thornton), but will eventually move to either Denver or Boulder, depending on my job and on which direction life takes me. Thornton's fine but not much to do out here.
I'm a mix of indoors and outdoors. I'm often a homebody, but I like both the comforts of home and adventures away in pretty equal doses. I'm introverted, but not an isolationist or anything; not Gollum. I just prefer small, intimate groups over large, impersonal ones.
I exercise pretty regularly and eat healthy.
I'm a hasher (running hashing, not pot smoking hashing... On On!), and I listen to Dan Savage's podcast religiously. Those are the only two religious things I do. I'm atheist. I gave up organized religion for Lent.
I love cats... dogs not so much. I can be ok around them, but if you're looking for someone who loves dogs, that's not me.
Important note: I can't have kids, I've had a vasectomy. I like kids and I'm happy to date someone with kids though.
That's way more "I" statements than I'm used to.
What am I looking for? You.
When I'm not working, I try to get out and meet people and make new friends.
So, not tall.
I also have really blue eyes.
And the beard. I can take it or leave it. It works for me now so I've got it for now.
I don't know if there's anything I could never do without, but here's some stuff I would really, really miss if they were gone (in no particular order):
2. A stiff drink on the weekends
4. The entire sci-fi, fantasy, history, and biography sections of a nearby bookstore
6. Cats. Mine in particular but I like all cats
6. Campfires, or bonfires. Or fireplaces. Something burning.
6. Running shoes AND sandals