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29 Bowman, SC Man


I’m looking for

  • Women
  • Ages 21–30
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating

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Last online
Today – 6:33am
5′ 6″ (1.68m)
Body type
Graduated from university
Doesn’t have kids
Has dogs and has cats
English (Fluently)

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My self-summary
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By day I'm a programmer/artist for a company in North Charleston, by night...well, I'm the same thing but for my own projects. Not to worry, despite that exciting tendency to sit at the computer for hours on end, I do just fine with more active hobbies. I can also often be found covered in sawdust and wood glue after working on whatever latest project in the workshop caught my interest.

I seem to have an inordinate amount of beginners luck, so chances are I can hold my own at just about anything you'd want to do, especially if I've never attempted it before. I think I'll pass on pitting it against gravity via skydiving though...

I recently bought a new (well, old) house with a bunch of land out in the country near where I26 and 95 cross - which means my neighbors are all outside of air cannon range :). Yes, that was in fact how I determined viable properties while I was house hunting.

It also means sometime in the next year or two, I'll probably branch out from the standard dogs and cats I've always had into horses and chickens, maybe a few other critter variants as well. Anyone have any suggestions as I plan that out?
What I’m doing with my life
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I'm working in North Charleston, living out in the country, and racking up miles on my Xterra in between. Like pretty much everyone else around here on OKC it seems, I've recently moved back to the Charleston area. I grew up around here, but I've been gone long enough that while I remember most of the main landmarks, I've forgotten how they connect together. It's like looking at a jigsaw puzzle freshly dumped out of the box - I know how things look in small pieces but still sorting out how they fit together.

Outside the day job, if you can think of it, chances are I've either made it, plan to make it, or decided there was something else more interesting to make first. Currently I'm experimenting with calculating arrow impacts via audio triangulation so I can make a digital archery target - think video game played with a real bow and arrows.

If you're curious about the sort of things I build, I've tossed pictures of some of my projects in the one gallery on here.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Since the summary is there to spur initial interest, I suppose this section is to show how I'm useful to have around? So lets see:

•I can fix or rebuild anything in a house. That door that wont quite shut? Sure, easily dealt with. Heck I can build a whole new door from scratch. I've got a good track record with fixing most everything else too, even (especially?) if I have no idea what I'm doing.

•Need food? I can probably come up with something with whatever random ingredients are on hand. Homemade ravioli stuffed with baked beans and hotdogs is surprisingly good.

•Reflexively catching fumbled stuff, as long as I don't think about it anyway. Its a minor miracle I've never grabbed a knife by the sharp end. Or a testament to my skill, lets go with that.

•That jar you need on the top shelf? Err...well...I can certainly climb up and get it.
The first things people usually notice about me
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My hair; shame its faded to a more normal color as I've aged though. When I was real young, it was a dark almost blood red. Supposedly, mom once had some lady accost her while shopping at the mall, demanding to know what she used to dye my hair that color. When informed there was no way she'd dye a 1 year olds hair, and that it was my natural color, the lady started yelling, demanding mom tell the truth and give up the "secret" to my hair color. So I guess all my life, women have been jealous of my hair? :P

Some drunk lady at the grocery store recently kept saying "You have the most beautiful hair I've ever seen" every time we crossed paths in the store, so I guess its still true.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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I'll read/watch/listen/eat just about anything, but let's try being a little more specific:

I've slowed down a bit but still probably average at least 5-10/month as long as I can find things that look interesting. Mostly been on an urban fantasy kick for awhile, but I've read nearly everything at one point or another.

I'm not picky - as long as it doesn't drag on, its probably enjoyable enough. Bonus points for explosions.

Not a fan of reality tv, but the rest is good - cop shows (mostly just since there's nearly always a new episode out due to how many there are), and especially all the fantasy/scifi stuff that's been coming out the past few years.

Primarily rock in all its variations, with a little pop and country thrown in for good measure. Generally favor things with a faster/stronger beat than the softer stuff.

Anything but fish and shrimp. Canned tuna fish being the lone exception to fish, and no, why that's ok with my taste buds makes no sense to me either. I cook probably 95% of what I eat from scratch, even down to pasta and tortillas so when eating out, I like to find new ideas to try at home. Mostly though, I tend to stick to the core food groups: pasta, pizza, and fajitas. Also, I've found I can live for approximately a week off just oreos and sweet tea. The world starts to vibrate at the end of that week though...

I guess that still wasn't super specific, oh well.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Assuming we're talking modern world, not post-apocalyptic:
• Internet
• Pets
• Workshop/Machinery/lumber
• Computers with multiple monitors
• Functional kitchen
• A Towel

Of course, if it *is* a post-apocalyptic world:
• Ax
• Knife
• Spool of fishing line
• Watertight jug
• Backpack
• A Towel

Any other basic requirements could be built or scavenged from that point on.

Also, bonus points if you come with a towel.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Whether I should fill my moat with alligators or sharks. Gators are traditional and easier to take care of, but sharks are better suited to having lasers mounted to them. Also, I need to dig a moat...

Where I can find a spare time vortex for my workshop - it's never big enough inside.

Why do so many profiles mention biting or the lack thereof? Is cannibalism really that rampant? Did I miss the zombie uprising?

What was it I was just thinking about? Its on the tip of my tongue, I swear it was brilliant...
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Helping kittens cross the street and getting little old ladies out of the tree.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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China thinks I'm a doctor. Anyone know how many times you have to be addressed as "Dr...." by medical journals before it becomes official?
You should message me if
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It could be we're just not right for each other. Maybe we'll argue, or annoy each other non stop. Maybe we'll have an awkward date and walk away with food poisoning, vowing never to speak to each other again.

[cue epic/uplifting music]

But maybe none of that will happen. Maybe birds will fly in heart shapes around us wherever we walk, while foxes spread rose petals on the ground in front.

The question is, should we risk becoming arch nemesis, or just write things off without even taking the chance?