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32 Washington, DC Man


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I’m looking for

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  • Ages 24–34
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For long-term dating, short-term dating

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Native American, White
5′ 6″ (1.68m)
Body type
Strictly anything
Virgo, but it doesn’t matter
Mostly monogamous
Doesn’t have kids
Likes dogs and dislikes cats
English, C++ (Fluently), Latin (Fluently), French (Poorly), Russian (Poorly)
My self-summary
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I eschew convention for the sake of convention. I don't think there are things I can't do, just challenges (and occasionally thermodynamics) to work around.

I keep a pretty damned level head, but I like a little chaos from time to time. Sometimes that plan to have a quiet dinner and head home needs to turn into drinking with the staff until 5am. Even if it's Tuesday. Especially if its Tuesday. I believe it's sometimes okay to do things where the results are unpredictable.

I don't think any of this vaguely hedonistic approach means I should be anything less than insanely considerate to my fellow man and woman.

It's possible we might have a few common interests. I like - and miss having - a big dog; there are few things in this world that I enjoy more than having a board gaming night with friends; imagining what cities will be like in both the near and far future. Fast cars and good whisky. Especially good whisky. I can talk for a long time about whisky. You've been warned.

Nerdier details in list form:
- Dogs:
- Machi Koro is the latest gaming obsession (though I've recently designed and assembled my own game; yet to be played!)

I believe in meeting people, seeing if you like each other, and seeing what comes from it.
What I’m doing with my life
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Trying to make 'fetch' happen

Until December of 2009, I worked in a building with no windows, and no women for almost six years. It was kind of like prison, except without the thrill of a daily cavity search. Nowadays I have a slightly more normal job. I work with all men still, but in an office with windows. This is all a long way of saying I'm in the computer industry...

Did I say "thrill"? I meant "fear"
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.

Very subtle Mean Girls references.
Definitely not karaoke.
The first things people usually notice about me
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It's weird, but people go out of their way quite frequently to tell me how great I smell.

Occasionally I'm wearing a "You can be my wingman any time" shirt
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Books: American Psycho, The Count of Monte Cristo, The Illuminatus! Trilogy, most things Heinlein.

I have discovered the quickest way to turn a party into a group of angry people is to mention the book "Lean In" (which I don't think is entirely fair..)

Magazines: evo, The Economist.

Movies: The Professional will probably always be my favorite. I have a soft spot for a good comedy (Forgetting Sarah Marshall, for example) and a good Bond movie, too. Any movie in which Kelly McGillis drives a Porsche 356 Speedster.

TV: Archer. Always and forever Archer. Can Pam and Eric get a True Blood spinoff? Top Gear. I'm actually trying to cut my TV consumption to near-zero, though; I don't actually spend a ton of time watching TV, but I'd like to siphon off even more of that time into family/friends/reading/biking/etc. time.

Music: The Rolling Stones, Bill Withers, and Rodrigo and Gabriela rank at the top of my 'most played' lists. Santigold is in there, too, and Lake Street Dive's Fun Machine is a recet favorite. Florence + The Machine, Orbital, Underworld, Hova, and DJ mixes (S&D, Seaman, Tenaglia, etc.) sort of round things out. And I'm still riding the Ke$ha high, even after all this time.

Food: I would probably live on a diet of fresh mango and smoked salmon, if it were practical. The fried, bacon-wrapped dates at Jaleo. Also: pineapple. I love anything and everything pineapple. Lastly: chicken biryani, fried bananas, mashed potatoes, cheeses. I'm fortunate enough to live on the same block as two Indian restaurants, including Rasika.

Whisky: The Balvenie 15 is my absolute favorite (Springbank 12 CS not far behind..); never had a bad bottle. There used to be more details here, but this should suffice, if you're curious:
I also started a local whisky forum that's fairly active:, and even more recently, an associated Twitter:

Beer: Sour in the Rye might be my favorite, but I've also enjoyed the following recently (or in some cases, frequently!): Humulus Lager, Heady Topper, Sucaba, A Tiny Little Beautiful Something, Bikini Beer. I've got an extensive cellar that should serve me well for years to come Warning: I will bring Mang-o-Ritas to your party..
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
My friends, the Internet, my favorite pillow
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
How I really miss having a Bernese Mountain Dog.

I was riding the Metro recently and needed to sit. I politely asked an aisle-sitter to let me access one of the seats on her bench. When I said "excuse me..." to get up and depart the train, she huffed and puffed. I asked if something was the matter, and she said "Yeah; the fact that you had to sit down"

So I spend too much time thinking about why people can be such assholes.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
The same thing I'm doing every night, Pinky: trying to take over the world.

Probably on a rooftop.

And/or at whichever bar my friends have decided we'd like to patronize that particular night. The Irish Channel or Smoke and Barrel are good bets. I so badly wish Jack Rose were usable on a Friday night. Before midnight, anyway..
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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Bear with me a bit: I've put on a fair bit of weight over the last several years. It's actually dented my confidence a little. However, since mid-September I've gone back to 'beast mode'. Nothing's going to stop me from being super (duper) hot again. I got off to a good (25 lbs!) start that was interrupted by surgery last year, and this time don't plan to stop until I'm Hot Justin again, come hell or high water. My workouts are intense, and nothing's going to stop me. Nothing. Down almost 10 lbs and up huge biceps already.

I once got driven halfway across Istanbul at 3am to buy a $600 pack of gum. The evening that resulted in me needing titanium and some screws in my right arm I am a little happier to discuss, actually.

Also, I really love the taste of Red Bull. I wish they made a caffeine-free version so I could drink more of it. I'm told this is disgusting, and most people think it tastes like robot sweat.

Actually, I like a lot of really bad music (related: I also really like Top Gun). If it helps, I like a lot of really good music, too.
You should message me if
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You are the change you want to see in the world. This is how I try to live my life, and I'd love to meet someone who picks up a piece of trash on the Metro over someone who simply tweets about how gross Metro is.

If you think Whisky Monday sounds like the great idea that it is.

You're the State Department. I can hook you up with loads of Arabic speakers.

You're accepting of the fact that I lack a religious affiliation, and plan to keep it that way.

You plan to stick around DC for a bit - kind of anticlimactic to meet people who can't wait to leave.

It's actually okay to write me if you're showing bountiful cleavage (hell, it's practically encouraged!) in all of your photos, but only if you don't claim the first thing people notice about you is your eyes.

Also, I have a (weird?) distaste for people whose lives revolve around parking/driving/traffic or TV schedules. Also: not saying I haven't done it before, but I find it to be kind of a turn-off when people take pride in binge watching TV..