I'm somewhat flummoxed that Pound Puppies were as popular as they were...
No one can offer me a logical explanation as to why.
Two years in to the Bay Area and am amusingly confused as to how things work here, but things have proven awesome so far.
Interests: Reading, writing, gaming, film, technology, hiking/camping, theater, art, music, comics (Berke Breathed is a living god), webcomics, the Macintosh, robotics, anime, Japanese culture, hosting geeky pub trivia (an activity that is essentially the equivalent of herding drunken cats), DIY stuff (just bought my first dremel), politics and wondering exactly why the people responsible for the recent spurt of reality shows haven't been shot into deep space with only a used Koosh for companionship (haven't used my television for anything but DVDs and video games in the past nine years and I think the intestinal scrape we call programming has something to do with it)?
What am I looking for?: I'm only fairly certain, but if the other person knows how to make an excellent taco, she has my eternal respect. Smart, funny, interested in technology, geek culture, reading, writing, theater, able to laugh at herself, opinionated, active, non-vegan (the cow probably wasn't about to run for office), can make me laugh, would also like to see Paris Hilton and or all of the Kardashians chased by rabid wolves, isn't about to blather on ceaselessly about her job and nothing else in a scary Faye Dunaway/Diana Christiansen from "Network" fashion and just laid back yet assured of what she wants. Failing that, I'll take the person with the ability to laugh at the world around her, especially the works of Steven Seagal and Dolph Lundgren.
I am sardonic, ambitious, loyal and have spent way too much time overthinking the "Back to the Future" movies and realize that trying to completely understand the plot of "Primer" WILL make my brain explode.
I'm also curious as to which has more personality and a better SAT score: Kris Jenner or the pet rock I used to own...