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27 M Baltimore, MD

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Last Online
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5′ 7″ (1.70m)
Body Type
Mostly anything
Atheism, and somewhat serious about it
Virgo, but it doesn’t matter
Science / Engineering
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids, and doesn’t want any
Likes dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently), Spanish (Poorly), C++ (Poorly)

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My self-summary
Hello. You have come across the profile of an introverted liberal atheist.

Born and raised in the Delmarva countryside, I've grown to love being outdoors and I love the peace and quiet there. Then I moved to the city for education and opportunities, and I love the not-being-bored-senseless here.

My passion is (land!) transportation. Also engineering. And land transportation engineering. Highways, highway interchanges, cycleways and rail trails, urban underground metro systems (damned light rail), and especially high-speed rail... and I am also a huge advocate of improving all of these at once because the answer to traffic problems is not simply "more lanes".

I do not own a car. In the country I needed one, but here in the city? Nope. Renting is cheaper anyway. And that will give me the money I need to conquer Rome. And China.

I love to be outdoors... especially in nature and along the trails, or at least along quiet country roads away from the hustle and bustle of the city. I am also an avid bicyclist. Oh yes. My bike and I are inseparable (well, unless you crash into me, but please don't do that).

And when I'm out and about, because I do that too, I do some meetups, conventions, some political demonstrations... or otherwise hang out with friends. I prefer small gatherings greatly over clubs and bars; however, I can be quite talkative if one gets me started on the right subject. I do love intellectual discussions every now and then, as well—I probably don't know as much as other people do, but being open to discussion is probably the best first step to learning more about things.
What I’m doing with my life
Sadly (more "infuriatingly", but still), I recently had to stop going to school, hopefully temporarily. Tumultuous period of life right now. Lovely!

So I'm working, job hunting, working, pretending to be a sci-fi writer, working with a group to rebuild and extend a bike trail in Baltimore City, and working on improving bicycle facilities in Maryland overall (it's really not that great here, specially compared to NoVA/Delaware/Pennsylvania/DC), exploring Baltimore's restaurants... and working.
I’m really good at
-writing, or so I'm told
-problem solving
-forgetting negative signs
-navigation (the human GPS, they call me)
The first things people usually notice about me
People think I look young. 21? 20? 18? Nope; keep guessing!

They also notice my height.
It's okay, though. I'm fuel efficient.

(These answers brought to you by the exclamations of most strangers or people I'm trying to get to know. What do they FIRST notice about me? Mmmdunno.)
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
No specific preference, but likely science fiction, nonfiction, and autobiographies. I'm also terrible and read scientific literature more than novels

I don't really do those much. And there're a lot of movies that I haven't seen. Ask me what I've seen, and prepare to be amazed.

Don't watch much TV. Too busy. For now, though: Nostalgia Critic, The Atheist Experience, Gundam series. Avatar: The Last Airbender gets an honorable mention for just being awesome. And, don't worry, I will watch Cosmos!

Genres? Doesn't matter! Just give me something good. But... left to my own devices, expect to hear a lot of electronica, rock, and metal (no, no Slipknot; real metal... power metal, folk metal, melodeath, stuff like that). My favorites are kind of on the obscure side, though... and some of it's older than me.

I love Chinese, Thai, and Italian food. I'm willing to try a lot of new things. You will never get me away from tea and rice, though.
Caution!: Allergic to dairy. May contain soy.
The six things I could never do without
1. My legs
2. My glasses
3. Access to knowledge
4. Freedom of movement / travel
6. Oxygen
7. Water
8. Gravity
9. Smartassery
10. Defiance
I spend a lot of time thinking about
..."the future", the most original answer for this question ever
...what other major scientific leaps or inventions are yet to come, and what new discoveries will completely shake our current understanding of everything exciting it is that the United States Bicycle Route System is growing, and quickly!
...why no one here seems to like cats anyone can cover ancient Rome's artifacts in graffiti; what's wrong with you
...when I'm going to find the time to train for a bike ride to Philadelphia and Pittsburgh already; York (Pennsylvania) gets boring after like five times
...why I chose such an old screenname for use here
...why Stonehenge is closely surrounded by three major roads, wtf
...the various major social issues in this country today: race relations, the horror that is rape culture, and the rising anti-vaccination movement; all very unpleasant things, but yes, they stay on my mind... and yes, I may or may not be a bit political
On a typical Friday night I am
sleeping. Thank goodness for Saturdays being so busy, right?
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm Batman.
Don't let anyone know, though.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 23–35
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
If you're an atheist or agnostic, for sure. I've never been in a relationship with an atheist before.
Or if we have similar ideas.
Or if you'd like someone to go riding bikes with.
Or for any other reason.
Or for no reason! That's cool too. I love surprises.

Past experience says that I don't work well with conservatives (and libertarians) or religious people. So... I'm not gonna say you shouldn't message me, but that's just a really big warning.