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29 Fort Myers, FL Man


I’m looking for

  • Women
  • Ages 20–28
  • Located anywhere
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating

My Details

Last Online
Yesterday – 4:54pm
6′ 1″ (1.85m)
Body Type
Mostly anything
Graduated from university
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t want kids
English (Fluently), C++ (Okay)

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My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
All right, so here's me in a nutshell. (Or at least as close as I can get to summarizing the things most likely to tell someone about who I am concisely.)

I'm the sort of person who like to take regular wild adventures, but always have a consistent and comfortable home base to return to.
I am a unrepentant and happy nerd and a serious Halloween-o-phile.
I'm half a bubble off and never could understand the ones who fit inside. Least of all them that wanted to.
I'm that sort of screwball who delights in rousing reactions from others, and will go out of my way to do odd things at times just to see how people react and maybe improve someones day with a laugh.
I believe no one and nothing is ever perfect, and everything has room for improvement. But this is a good thing. And if everyone just embraced it and kept working to improve things all the time we'd all be better off and happier.
I love learning, and applying that knowledge to creating new and interesting things. I firmly believe I can never had enough skills and abilities and always want to push the ones I have as far into excellence as my time and energy allows.
I'm pretty much immune to boredom, but do, on occasion get tired of my usual routines and patterns and feel the the need to randomly flip things over on their head just to see what will happen.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Lately, its been pointed out to me that I just might be spending too much time working and thinking about working lately, and it might just be this has put me in something of a funk. I've somehow managed to segue from management into business ownership (2 UPS Stores for the curious) and bumbled through all the insanity that particular set of changes entailed. (Not recommended for the faint of heart!). But its been a year now, so I think its about time for that not to be consuming the whole of my time and energies. Ergo, I am looking to shake up my proverbial snow globe. Circumstances have had me too much of a homebody lately. So I am here to find, first and foremost, people to go out and adventure with. If something else develops, great. But yeah, lets go find some excitement, no? (For those of you local, I know Lee County is not the most exciting place. I intend to find excitement anyway, and if I have to drive myself and a partner in mayhem a few hours away to get it, by Jove I shall!)
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Being amused. I find a lot of things, even horribly inappropriate things funny and generally believe life is too short to take anything too seriously. Even tired or lame jokes can entertain me thoroughly.

I also am passing good as building things. I was that kid with the unnaturally large amount of Legos ... Now, I just have the tools and experience to have realized that everything is a Lego waiting to be built with. Some just need more "fixing" then others to get them to fit right. Between a variety of different crafty and construction related hobbies, I can usually manage a way to construct just about anything given time and funds to make it so. Admittedly, most of this effort goes towards my month-long binge of good times that occurs each October. But with luck, it will eventually expand into more year-round options.

Im also reasonably decent with certain sorts of writey-things. (Yes, I know there are plenty of "real" writers who would hang me for that last sentence. To all of you, I can only saw "Can't get me! Neener-neener-neener!) I build fantasy and science-fiction settings in detail for fun on a fairly common basis. Most of them, doubtlessly, will never have any use because I simply have no patience or skill for crafting actual stories. Only the worlds the stories take place in captivate me.

Oh yeah... Organizing. Not necessarily my favorite tasks, but if there's a mess handy, chances are I can make it right in record time. whether it be disorderly book shelves, or a gaggle of aimless employees without direction, I can sort it out.
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
Willing to bet, the first things folks will notice is my goatee. Some people love it. Some hate it. I joke the it lets me pull off the Disney villain look. One of these days I'll go ahead and get rid of it. Just need to make preparations for that particular war. The fuzz tends to eat razors like a rabid moviegoer eats popcorn. Usually, it is easier to submit to its will then try and fight it.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
Books are an odd point with me. I read at what most would consider an abhorrent rate but little of what I read is in novel-form. For novels I always loved the Age of Unreason series by Gregory Keys, Jim Butchers Dresden Files and the Ender's Game series (as well as its spin-offs) by Orson Scott Card. The Dune series is pure classic awesome-sauce in a can. I also devour Photoshop technique books, technical manuals, and how-to books like popcorn at the theater. Oh, and I am still a comic-nut at heart for when I can find well written examples. Both eastern or western. I.E., The Sandman, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, or Nausicaa. And of course, I am a fiend for Wikipedia.

Movies that I love are far too numerous to list. I don't spend anywhere near as much time as I used to watching them. But my list of favorites is huge. But to toss a few names out there to give an idea, you could include Dark City, Cloud Atlas, Gladiator, Swordfish, The Incredibles, The Crow, Inception, Star Wars (the originals please!), An American Werewolf in London, Alien, the Lord of the Rings trilogy, Jurassic Park, A Boy and his Dog, Cowboy Bebop, Serenity, and Monty Python and the Holy Grail.

My taste in music varies enormously with my mood. That nature of my current projects and how stressed I am will tend to dictate my choices in tunes. But to give some commonly-listened-to examples; E Nomine, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy, ACDC, Nightwish, Daft Punk, Korn, Aerosmith, Rammstein, Deadmau5, Vivaldi, Yoko Kanno, Danny Elfman, Abney Park, Voltaire, Flogging Molly, and the Bare Naked Ladies are but a few.

Food is perhaps, the easiest thing for me to add here. I am a horrid cook. As such, I am a pizza fanatic, and tend far too heavily towards the fried foods. Otherwise, I love breakfast food, and can happily eat it at any time of the day or night that the urge happens to strike. Sadly I have been more recently trying to improve my diet and get into back into athletic shape, which had forced me out of a lot of my unpleasant eating habits.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
1.) The pair of fantastic friends that I talk to most regularly. They've kept me sane through all manner of ills and woes, and put up with me and my antics for years.
2.) My computer. I use it more then anything else in my house, bed included. So its only fair the monolith gets the number two spot.
3.) My glasses. I like being able to see!
4.) A comfortable bed. I still dont sleep as much as what might be considered right and healthy, but after years of what basically amounted to a big sheet of rock to sleep on, I have discovered the wisdom of splurging a bit on an incredibly comfy place to crash.
5.) Access to enough books, or the internet to keep me entertained. I'd go a bit bonkers without a constant stream of new learning to keep my brains sponge growing.
6.) Some sort of workshop or open place to make things in.... One of these days, I will own property. And when I do, I will build myself a nice, big, equipment filled workshop of awesome in which anything my oddball brain can imagine can be made in!
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Considering my brain pretty much never shuts up, this question is actually sort of funny. But here are a few things that crop up a bit more often then others: How people are ever going to get past all of the stupid tendencies evolution has saddled our brains with. If we're as a species, going to end up destroying ourselves before we get to that point. Things I would like to make or build. Where I want to go with my life once I am once more entirely debt-free. Various work-related issues I need to deal with. How the exponential advancement of technology is altering society. Planning the next wild adventure. Where I want to live twenty years from now. How I am going to get back into rock climbing when the nearest place to do so is more then two hours away. How to get into proper shape to do said rock climbing without regular access to proper facilities or big rocks to climb. Things I might want to move or reorganize in my house. What to do for this years epic Halloween party shenanigans. Oh, and I spend a lot of time musing over things I want to learn how to do. I would love to learn how to swing dance once of these days, as well as how to fix a car, how to fix my plumbing, and how to use and program for Linux-based operating systems.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Lingering around the house, working on some sort of project, either writing up a storm, drawing up plans, building whatever it is, or just thinking about it all. I would really like to see something more exciting take this place. Though, as an ancillary note, Sunday night is completely different, as I usually am having people over and joking, playing games, relaxing, and/or watching movies with them. I enjoy playing the host for stuff of this nature.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
The most private thing? That's a tad bit difficult. I am fairly open about most things that normal blokes would be terribly private about. Ask a question if you're curious, I'll answer it. That said, how about a bit of random trivia instead until I think up something more deep and meaningful? I almost always read something whenever I eat. Even when munching at work, I'll read nutrition and ingredient labels if nothing more stimulating is available. But usually, Wikipedia and I make buddies whenever I fill my stomach.
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over.
1) You are in search of someone to go forth and adventure with!
2) You are in search of someone to debate with!
3) You are bored and in search of someone who can provide large amounts of interesting conversation.
4) You have an interest or skill in swing dancing, kayaking, camping, rock climbing, wandering aimlessly through unusual places, or any other unusual pass time I might join you in.
or 5) For any reason really. I am here to meet new people after all! Come forth, seek me out, and let us amuse one another!

Little side-note for all you folks though: If you message me with just a "hi" or a short sentence, chances are, I'm not going to answer unless you have an exceptionally interesting profile. To me, an introduction like that says you are more putting forth a minimum of effort, rather then showing any actual interest.