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33 M Marina del Rey, CA

My Details

Last Online
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Native American, Hispanic / Latin, White
6′ 0″ (1.83m)
Body Type
Mostly anything
Not at all
Other, and laughing about it
Libra, and it’s fun to think about
Graduated from university
Entertainment / Media
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Strictly monogamous
Doesn’t have kids, but wants them
English, German (Poorly), Italian (Poorly), Other (Poorly)

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My self-summary
Hello Again Internet! Let the New Adventure begin...

Q: Who am I?
A: My friends mostly refer to me as quirky in one way or another - I have an often "inappropriate" sense of humor, which I flex on a pretty regular basis whether or not I even want to. I'm from Fairbanks, Alaska. I don't know if you consider that a good thing, a bad thing, or even a thing at all. Still, I feel I am branching out, constantly meeting new people, and expanding my horizons in a way that could never be done back home.

Who am I looking for?
-Someone who is looking to explore and partake in those moments of discovery and excitement and some of the chill-out time in between. Someone who is open to sharing their innermost feelings and new experiences. I'm not just saying that either (I'm typing that).
What I’m doing with my life
I've been in LA for 5.5 years now (jesus, really? It does not seem like it) and more recently/specifically Westchester to be closer to work (and the beach). My 7:30-4:30 white-ish collar job calls for me to direct corporate videos for an international Car (and Robot!) company. I take some measure of pride in pursuing my lifelong passions while living responsibly and within my means. I like Robots. And Turtles.

In my spare time I have been sighted hiking, bicycling, singing karaoke w/ friends, casually contributing to a few movie websites, and occasionally attempting meditation / yoga / dodgeball / ballroom dancing (not all simultaneously). Due to some bizarre recent circumstances I've gotten into both improv comedy and volunteering at a hospital. It's very exciting to try new things and to give back. :)

I am always on the lookout for new ways to improve & to discover all the things here in "the real world" which I never got to see or do back home. It's a fabulous opportunity to constantly learn more about this city, YOU, myself, and humanity in general as I go.
I’m really good at
-copying and pasting the "About Me" section from facebook
-singing like Steve Perry
-impersonating Michael Caine or Jimmy Stewart
-speaking with a totally fake British, Austrian, or Russian accent (I dabble as a Jamaican or Indian, but it's pretty terrible)
-multitasking (at least according to linkedin)
-my job (ditto)
-any type of parking aside from parallel
The first things people usually notice about me
I've been told a few times that I have nice eyes. Statements like these are 100% effective in causing me to blush.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
FOOD: Greek, Thai, Indian, Italian, and Seafood sind am besten

On the following I know I've got "eclectic" tastes so I really don't expect or hope for us to have a lot in common other than a shared curiosity to explore outside of what we know we already like...

MOVIES: I like movies loaded with explosions, genuine laughs, historical context, action, gangsters, the 1970's, car chases, surreal weirdness, intriguing philosophy, giant monsters, explosions (did I say that already?), and/or that make me cry (it happens). Pick a genre and I'll recommend something for you... and I welcome yours as well. :)

TV SHOWS: I successfully avoid it for the most part these days, but "Crime Story" and classic "Doctor Who" were two of my favorite shows ever.

MUSIC: 80's music, movie soundtracks, electronica, house, trance, etc. Almost all from the likes of Depeche Mode, Brian Eno, Vangelis (my favorite movie composer), Lazerhawk, Kavinsky, Stelvio Cipriani, Tangerine Dream, Alan Parsons Project, Styx, Black Sabbath, The Beegees, U2, Journey... anything with synthesizers.

BOOKS: Non-fiction, historical fiction, dystopian future novels, William Golding, Joseph Conrad, Philip K. Dick, Robert Heinlein, Isaac Asimov...
The six things I could never do without
Love (the good clean kind... Without utensils)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
- Too much. It'd be nice if this mind-thing had an on-off switch.

- Water Parks! I haven't been to one in 20 years (they didn't have any in Alaska) but the ones near here all have such low ratings. Who wants to go on a road trip to find a good one (or grin & bear it at a bad one)?

- Artistic projects I'd like to put together - Who wants to help me illustrate an awesome new children's book? Or co-create an existential and experimental art film which will be a blast to make and likely never make its budget back, but it'll always be our little creation?

- Robots. They're pretty badass.

- What I'm going to have for lunch.

- Turtles.

- New material for my next stand-up routine. If you're funnier than me (which wouldn't be too difficult) I'd love to see what you've got too.

- Robot Turtles. It's coming. Accept it.

- Various Stuff. Some of it PG-13
On a typical Friday night I am
Honestly, I don't think I've had a typical Friday night since I got here! Score one for L.A.... and for cop-out answers. :)
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
* Whilst looking for a job my first month in LA, I found myself auditioning for a reality show called "Beauty and the Geek" and was soundly rejected. Apparently I'm neither beautiful nor geeky enough.

* I have absolutely given up on trying to keep up with music. Chances are I've never heard of any of your favorite bands if they're more recent than 1995. This is, of course, a gross generalization.

* I actually consider Sylvester Stallone and Jean-Claude Van Damme to be very capable actors and take the fact that neither has won an Oscar for their acting as evidence that the Academy Awards are a total sham.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 24–36
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating
You should message me if
Stop kidding me OKC; there are no 'shoulds'...

However, please "feel positively free" to do so if you're genuinely looking to open up in life, to be accepting of others, are willing to receive affection, and to be more than just a friend at some point.

I think it's generally a good idea to ask a question, otherwise, how will I know if you're interested?

Otherwise I don't think it's my place to tell you what to do - do what your heart desires and be ready to accept what happens next. I think of E-mailing each other on here as playing tennis. Let's shoot the ball back and forth and see what happens. Fun-fun-fun-fun Looking Forward to the Weekend-Weekend.