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40 M Seattle, WA

My Details

Last Online
Yesterday – 3:46am
6′ 2″ (1.88m)
Body Type
Strictly anything
Atheism, and somewhat serious about it
Working on masters program
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Mostly monogamous
Doesn’t have kids
Likes cats

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My self-summary
● I'm a rare bird ... well, medium rare.
● On the Myers-Briggs scale I'm an STFU.
● Once upon a time I was a math prodigy.
● I'm 95% as punk as fuck, with a standard error of ±0.3 fucks given.
● I'm quiet and sweet. Mostly.
● I'm laughing on the inside. I found this out because I used to be emo and when I cut myself, peals of laughter would erupt from beneath the skin.
● I never really understood gum. It's kind of like food, but not really. Whenever someone gives me any, I just eat it. The whole thing about it staying in your stomach for 1,001 years is a lie. I hope.
What I’m doing with my life
● Finishing up my Masters in Computational Linguistics, which sounds fancy and makes me smrt.
● Writing a novel that explains everything that every happened to humankind ever.
● Wasting time drinking and playing pinball.
● Reading.
I’m really good at
● Words with Friends
● Chess
● Sleeping
● Dicking around
● Listening
● Noticing the little details
● Math
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I read way too much. Some favorite authors are: Arrabal, Borges, Dawkins, Kharms, Nabokov, Pinker, Pynchon. I recently finished The Satanic Verses and it completely blew my mind. Possibly my favorite ever - though I tend to think that a lot right after I finish a book. Before that I read The Road, which I found pretty meh. Felt like the whole thing could have be a cut scene from an early Steven King book. And the ending felt really contrived and deus ex machina. Before that "Almost Transparent Blue" by the other Murakami, Ryu. A good read. Short and fast. Kind of like an edgier, better, Japanese version of Less than Zero. Also, it was written much earlier, so they're all listening to The Doors instead of 80s crap. Before that, "Maxon & Dixon," which was not my favorite Pynchon but still pretty good. Before that "The Windup Bird Chronicle" which I generally loved, and read in under 24 hours. Started reading it my last night in Bermuda, and ended up staying up the whole night; then I packed up and read the last bit on the plane. Was a little disappointed that some threads felt like they didn't get tied up satisfactorily, but that's just minor quibbling.

I read a lot and have strong opinions, but don't expect you to necessarily share them. That said, I'm suspicious of anyone who lists Bukowski, Rand, or Heinlein as their favorite author. Top ten is probably forgivable though.

Music: Pixies, White Stripes, Beck, Wu Tang, ofwgkta, Tom Waits, PJ Harvey, Cat Power, Kills, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Nirvana, Misfits, G'n'R, Mastodon, Dead Kennedys, Flipper, Neurosis, Bob Dylan, Rolling Stones, Outkast - it's a wide spectrum. I grew up listening to your classic 80s and 90s alt suff plus early goth/industrial (Joy Division, Skinny Puppy, Front 242, Bauhaus, Swans). I've had a lot of "phases." Lately for whatever reason I've been more into hip-hop, especially as far as new bands. Not really sure why, it hasn't been a conscious choice. The White Stripes was probably the last time that a new rock band blew me away. (Maybe MGMT, but they're only kind of rock and they only kind of blew me away.)

I don't watch a lot of television or movies, even though I know there's a lot of good stuff out there. I just don't have the time. But I guess I'd say, TV: (and this will really show just how long it's been since since I've watched) South Park, Aquateen Hungerforce (which I think is called something else now), Malcolm in the Middle, Arrested Development, The Daily Show. (I like Colbert Report in theory but find it too uncomfortable to actually watch.) Movies: Life is Beautiful, Pulp Fiction, City of Lost Children, City of God, Stalker (the Russian one), Waking Life ...
The six things I could never do without
● Books
● My splendid, intricate dreams
● The tiny little details of everything.
● Productive chaos
● People who are as amazing as me (I'm fortunate to have many incredible people in my life.)
● Laughter
● Ideas
I spend a lot of time thinking about
● Funny things
● Magical things
● The evolution of everything (history, culture, starfish)
● How the brain (and other things) work
On a typical Friday night I am
Looking for the heart of Saturday night?
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm the only person in Seattle that doesn't own a bicycle.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 18–99
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
You're funny and/or crazy and you want to meet for drinks. Also, if your profile doesn't begin with omg it's so hard to write a profile. Bonus points if you think you're punk as fuck but are secretly a dork.