(NOTE: I could not take seriously the questions that decide my Match percentages. As a result, those questions will only help you to discern my sense of humor, and little else. If you want to know something, ask me. Maybe conversation can tell you if we'll like each other.) Well, I'm funny, brilliant and honest all the time. I hear those traits are in, this season. I'm nerdy, but in a really good kind of way. I'm kind and caring, and I have excellent grammar skills. I like to try new things, except when it comes to food. I have monthly income, and I have an apartment with a roommate. I drive. I had a very bad break-up and haven't dated in years. In truth, I'm not even sure I want to, though once in a while, someone catches my eye. With so many projects going on, it would be nice to meet someone who shares my curiosity as to how awesome the world may get.
What I’m doing with my life
I'm trying out new things, like learning a new musical instrument
and how to draw. I'm getting more fresh air and exercise. I'm going
to continue my education. Finally having the opportunity to live
for myself, I'm looking for that next great horizon.
I'm really looking for somebody with whom I can share the future,
but it's almost to the point where I would settle for someone
replying to a message, if only to say why they aren't interested.
I'm quickly losing faith in this website...
I’m really good at
I am a passable writer. I'm good at learning new things, and trying
to advance my mind a little further, every day. I'm adept at
crossword puzzles and naming movie quotes.
I'm really good at listening, and not just waiting for my turn to
talk. I honestly care about what people have to say; otherwise, I
really could just stay home and play video games. I like to be
challenged, and I would like to meet someone who can keep up.
The first things people usually notice about me
That would have to be my frame. I'm 6'1", and I weigh 145lbs. I
never put on weight. And that I'm a genuinely caring person. People
notice my smile. And I love hats; lots and lots of hats!
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I'm a big Neal Stephenson fan, when it comes to books. Snow Crash,
Cryptonomicon and the Baroque Cycle prequel series were fantastic.
I love science fiction (NOTE: the lack of a hyphen between
'science' and 'fiction' is meant to imply that I am not referring
to Science-Fiction, but, rather, fiction about science.) I also
love Science-Fiction. Psychology, self-help and instructional books
are among my favorites (Anything "... for Dummies" is awesome to
read!) I'm really into Greek mythology, with Athena my favorite of
the gods. Also, The Dresden Files series has been brought to my
I enjoy just about every kind of movie. Action, drama, even foreign
films are capable of holding my attention. I really enjoy the new
fascination that the film industry seems to have for the comic book
industry. Comic books already portray the utterly fantastic, so the
next logical step would be for filmmakers to put that into action.
I love 80s and 90s fantasy, like Labyrinth and Willow. I miss Jim
Henson. It seems many people who read this can't guess I'm a nerd.
I do enjoy me some Star Trek/Wars.
British sci-fi really turns me on, with shows like Doctor Who and
Torchwood leading the market. The premium cable dramas are really
making their mark, as well. Californication, for instance, I find
to be an absolutely awesome show. I wish there were fewer reality
shows on television, but I guess I'll have to live with it. I heart
Adventure Time like crazy! So math.
I love mash-ups! I'm sorry, but I heard the 'Boulevard of Broken
Dreams'/'Wonderwall' mash-up and fell in love with music, all over
again. Other than that, every genre of music has something I love.
I really mean this, too. Some people say, "I like all kinds of
music, except Country!" But, no one can listen to 'Thunder Rolls'
by Garth Brooks and not sing along. It's a statistical fact. But, I
like a lot of new music floating around. It's like there's been a
resurgence of what I loved in the nineties. 'Of Monsters and Men'
is quickly becoming one of my favorite bands. 'Metric' is also a
I'd rather not discuss food, if that's okay with you. I don't think
that what type of food a person likes should, in any way, dictate
how compatible they are with anyone.
The six things I could never do without
1. The Internet: Aside from being the best means of communication
available, it's the canvas I will use to own the world's
2. Honesty: I never lie, and I really don't like being lied to. I
understand that dishonesty has uses, some of which might even be
benevolent. I just don't like it.
3. Personal Freedom: Even though I may not do much with it, I do
like to know that I can go out and do whatever I like.
4. Really good conversation. I love to learn new things, and I love
to teach new things. People seem to view conversation as little
more than a tool with which to sway the views of others. While this
is a use for the spoken word, the main purpose of rhetoric is as a
means of connecting people. I spent a large part of my life wanting
to teach people. Now, I'd rather just connect.
5. Family: I really couldn't get by without them. They are so
I spend a lot of time thinking about
I'm kinda lonely. But, so is everyone here, one would suppose. I
dunno, I'm kinda facing the world, now. Most of my crap is in
order, now, and I have no reason left to fail but myself. I'm kinda
Mary Tyler Moore-ing this whole thing, and I'm honestly scared.
What am I gonna do? What am I gonna BE? Does anyone else feel that
I like to think about nearly anything, from Will Smith's early
music career to RNA-based life on early Earth. I've been a big fan
of the fMRI for some time, and love learning about the brain. Also,
how insects breathe. I'm big on learning.
On a typical Friday night I am
... not really doing much. I really want to meet new people and do
some things, but, if not, I can just play WoW.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm not sure of anything and the world is very big. I spend more
time than I should just trying to cover up how nervous I am about
the whole universe being largely out of my control.
You should message me if
You'd like to meet someone honest and genuinely caring of other
people. Someone who wants to start living, and someone you might be
able to guide. Someone who can teach you new things as well.
Someone with whom you might share hours of silence, interrupted
only with glances and smiles. You should message me with questions
about anything. If you just want someone with whom you might chat a
while. You should message me if you want to be special, for at
least a little while. And I like clingy girls. At least three texts