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27 M Milwaukee, WI

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Last Online
Today – 4:34pm
6′ 1″ (1.85m)
Body Type
Mostly anything
Atheism, and laughing about it
Gemini, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from university
Entertainment / Media
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids
Likes dogs and has cats
English (Fluently)

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My self-summary
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Joel Hodgson will always be one of my favorite humans.

My dentist says I'm very considerate and sweet. So I'm pretty sure you don't have to read any further.

- A nerd who likes the outdoors.
- Optimistic while realistic.
- A chronic misanthrope.
- A bit of a wandering mind.
- Projects, working with my hands and other stuff needed to keep my mind busy.
- Open minded while opinionated.
- Organizational standards with half-assed tendencies.
- Despises trends or "flavors of the week". (Currently: bacon, zombies and celebrity "news")
- Fairly quiet at first, but passionately conversational always.
- Appreciative of taste while a sucker for the tried and true.
- Lazy while energetic and spontaneous.
- Quiet and contemplative but possibly Ace Ventura's spiritual successor.
- A home body with urges for socializing.
- Honest and open as often as I can be and in need of that in a partner.
- It's not uncommon for me to laugh so hard my stomach hurts.
- Impeccable comedic timing with the blowing of raspberries.

INFP(MBTI test) though the intensity of each trait is not drastic.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Being passionate creatively, organizationally, and critically.

Creating art for video games, both as a career and as a hobby. If you want to hear a completely one sided conversation for a while, keep asking me questions about it. I care very much about making people understand it's worth taking games, and any creative medium really, at more than it's face value.
I'm learning to cook more complex and versatile recipes to keep the fast food monkey off my back and try different culture's foods. Trying to decide if or when to move to the west coast(more opportunities and adventure).

I used to digitally restore and repair old movies(dirt specs, scratches, tears and hairs on the film) such as Fivel Goes West, The Planet of the Apes, Deuce Bigalo, Funny Bones and others I always forget about. I'd like to get back into video production in some form.

I am planning on starting oil painting again. Specifically to start perfecting nebulae on canvas.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Art when I put the time in. Ignoring fatigue in interest to socialize. Cooking when I'm patient and not already hungry. Fleshing out fun ideas when my muse isn't mute. Effective problem solving. Loosing my self in thought of a sentence I don't finish. Enjoying dry humor. Laughing at Swedish Chef from The Muppets. Being a smart ass. Cleaning up after myself. Seriously. That question about living with someone messy is no joke. I get mad when people leave dishes, cups, wrappers, plates, and whatever out when THE GARBAGE AND SINK ARE RIGHT THERE.
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I don't smile as much as other people and I'm okay with that. I am a happy, receptive person but I don't feel the urge to drown others in my expressions.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Get ready, this is the long bit:

Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Catch Me if You Can, Children of Men, LOTR series, anything from Pixar (minus Cars 2 and Planes...) or Studio Ghibli, Hot Fuzz, Silver Linings Playbook, Steve Zissou and the Life Aquatic, Avengers, District 9, Old Boy (original, haven't seen the new one.), The Dark Knight, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011), Jiro Dreams of Sushi, 50/50, Cabin in the Woods, Gran Torino, Taken, Wreck-It Ralph, Her, Pacific Rim, Looper, Godzilla (2014), X-Men: First Class and Days of Future Past,

I don't read a lot right now. Audio books suit my time and distractions better.
Harry Potter series, Lord of the Rings series, Steve Jobs Biography, A Song of Ice and Fire series, In the Name of the Wind, Ready Player One, I'm becoming a fan of Kurt Vonnegut as well as a few others who's names I'll include later.

Space Ghost: Coast to Coast, The Brak Show, Community, Good Eats (and plenty of other cooking shows), Top Gear (Britain), Mythbusters, IT Crowd, Iron Chef (Japan and I'm ok with USA), Firefly, Breaking Bad, Flight of the Conchords, Penny-Arcade: The Series, Mystery Science Theater 3000, Game of Thrones, The Walking Dead, Doctor Who, Futurama, Black Adder, Monty Python's Flying Circus, Ugly Americans, Archer, Blue Mountain State, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Orange is the New Black, 30 Rock, House of Cards. Arrow is growing on me.

I am usually pretty cold blooded when it comes to listening to music. This means I like to be influential, to be more upbeat/fast/brain tickled if any of that makes sense. I have listened to certain albums and it has made me feel like I could explode. I'm sorry if you're sick of these songs but damn, damn. In a good way. Funk commands my basic motor functions. I pretty much detest dubstep and "pop-country".
Fang Island, Modest Mouse, Justice, Anamanaguchi, Daft Punk, MGMT, LCD Sound System, They Might Be Giants, Alex Mauer, David Pencil, The Black Keys, Blur, Chromeo, Bonobo, Flight of the Conchords, Weird Al, Franz Ferdinand, Vampire Weekend, Phoenix, Girl Talk, The White Stripes, Miike Snow, Beck, Gorillaz, The Lonely Island, Death Cab for Cutey, Empire of the Sun, Modeselektor.

Bill Burr, Lewis Black, Patton Oswalt, Robin Williams, Michael Ian black, Mitch Hedberg, Dave Attel, David Cross, Dov Davidoff, Jim Gaffigan, George Carlin, Maria Bamford, Mike Birbiglia. Brian Regan is growing on me.

Soup is the best but I do love me some rice dishes, fresh baked/broiled fish, steak, burritos, pizza, tamales, sushi, tapenade, felafel. The Cheesecake Factory's Red Velvet Cheesecake is amazing. I can be picky some nights but you'd be hard pressed to find a place for me to turn my nose up at. Unless we're talking fast food or holes in the wall.. Is that hypocritical?

Video Games
A majority of the Legend of Zelda series, Faster Than Light, Roller Coaster Tycoon series, Galaga, Metroid Fusion, Mario Kart series, Pokemon gen. 1 and 2, Most of what comes out of Double Fine Studios, Pikmin series, Counter Strike series, Unreal Tournament series, ES: Skyrim, XCom: Enemy Within, Hearthstone, Assassin's Creed series

Board Games
(more as I play more!)
King of Tokyo, Dungeon Dice, Last Night on Earth, Munchkin,

Lots of non-domestic beers(Miller, Bud, and Coors are seriously crap. I am not above getting a cheap beer, but they're crap.), B.Nektar's Zombie Killer Mead (holy crap...), Vodka + (whatever)

I had been sitting on this one as a little joke but the more I thought about it and the more art I complete or imagine, I couldn't pick one. Art is all about contrast, complimentary, warmth, cold, juxtaposition. Bright oranges and hints of red and yellow alongside deep purples with bits of cerulean and a few streaks of evergreen. Sunsets made fantasy with the colors you feel you see more than you actually do. And sometimes you are surprised how right you can be. Check out this beautiful madness.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Something to focus my mind on
My laptop with Internet
Games (as a field of study)
Sense of humor (I love making people laugh. If I can't, I feel kinda shitty)
Close friends
Food that inspires me to cook
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Recipes, music, time, politics, what people are thinking in a myriad of situations, getting lost in shapes of nebulae and how FUCKING BIG THEY ARE, the culmination of A Song of Ice and Fire, what our next big social issue will be and start becoming something to scoff at our old way of dealing with it.

If I could keep a straight face while I introduce myself with the voice of Dr.Strangelove when I first meet someone from this site.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Seeing what my friends are up to and what bar we may be heading to(rarely), trying to get people to come over and play board games, working on my own game stuff... fuckin' laundry? I don't know it's always up in the air. I like atypical events when people usually do the "thing everyone else does". A bonfire would be nice before winter.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I used to go to movies all by myself. It's mostly not actually sad why, haha.

I am VERY detail orientated. I need to know specifics. Write it out. Go into deep detail. Do not assume I know the colloquialisms you know and don't be vague about details that are the foundation of the conversation. Effective communication is VERY important to me.
You should message me if
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Some or most of:

- This emoticon is your new favorite: :I

- You have goals, short or long term, that drive you.

- Standards are welcome. Don't be afraid no not settle for bullshit.

- You've been to the Estabrook Biergarten and are looking for an excuse to go back. Or you've wanted to go. Or the idea of going to a biergarten sounds awesome. Maybe toss in some disc golf. ;)

- You want to get some olives and cheese and pretend to be all snooty and shit.


- A perfect nights sleep would be cool enough to sleep under the covers, cuddling or spooning up while rain falls ceaselessly and thunder rumbles now and again.

- The idea of going on a date where we basically pretend to be mute: We simply point to things, read each others faces and expressions, and everything we do to communicate becomes more intimate and engrossing.

- Trying something new or out of practice to both of us is not only exciting but satisfying.

- If you have more to say than just, "You know how to have fun!". What kind of fun? There's a lot.

- You get tickled in your brain by the algorithm of this site's match percentages. Especially considering how little it can matter when a 90% match says that they are 100% certain they want someone who believes in the same politics they do and you don't agree with them. This site kind of can kill that romantic irony, sadly.

- You don't wear pajama pants out of the house, like going to Applebee's/TGI Fridays/Red Lobster, or enjoy "The Big Bang Theory".

- You are not put off by the fact this site thinks I'm not a romantic by others standards.