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30 Claremont, NH Man


I’m looking for

  • Women
  • Ages 18–35
  • Located anywhere
  • For long-term dating, casual sex

My Details

Last Online
Yesterday – 4:22pm
6′ 0″ (1.83m)
Body Type
Strictly other
Leo, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from high school
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids, and doesn’t want any
Likes dogs
English (Fluently), German (Poorly), Spanish (Poorly)

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My self-summary
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I used to have a long thing written here. I decided to get rid of it, just for fun. Here's the deal: I'm not really in to this dating thing. I tried it out for awhile. It's not for me. If you want to message me just to chat, then maybe I'm up for it, I guess. If you're looking for something merely physical, then maybe I'm up for that too. Whatever the case is, you're going to have to message me first. This site is simply too low on my priority list to waste my time going out of my way to message girls who are probably not even interested to begin with.

Everything written below is just as it was before I deleted this section, by the way. I'm just too lazy to write anymore today than I have here already. Deal with it. Or don't. Whatever. I don't actually care.
What I’m doing with my life
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I edit maps for a living. It sounds much more fancy and impressive when I say, "Oh, me? I'm a cartographer." Really though, a goddamn monkey could do my job. It's easy and boring, but I can listen to music, podcasts, audiobooks and language programs while I do it and it pays the bills, mostly.

I'm working on saving some money to travel.

I just started a blog so I'm learning all the stuff associated with that kind of endeavor. Worpress has a learning curve, apparently. The site is up and running, though. It's a place where I put up all the news, essays and articles I read. Well, not all of them that I read. Just the ones I deem worthy of posting. I used to post it all on Facebook but I figured it would be better to not spam the hell out of my Facebook friends newsfeeds.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I find I'm good at retaining information if I'm truly interested in the subject... I guess the hard part is cultivating that interest.

I'm pretty good with computers. I.T. was my thing for awhile.

I've been told I'm quite funny at parties and such... I think that that may be most correctly attributed to the proper proportion of alcohol, more than any actual charisma on my part.

Self deprecating humor. And scaring off the serious and self-respecting. Haha! See what I did there? I crack myself up.

I've found out over the last year or so that I can cook pretty well. It's pretty basic stuff (on the paleo diet) but it tastes damn good. Here's a free word of advice for ya': add a quarter- to a half-cup of unsweetened coconut (I prefer flakes but shredded works well, too) to whatever it is you're frying in a skillet. Particularly your stir-fry-style dishes. Seriously.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I'm constantly attempting to disguise my thoughts and emotions from those in public so the first thing body language-wise that is noticed, is probably that I don't appear particularly open or friendly. That is probably the case a lot of the time, too, unfortunately. I just can't help it. Usually being in populated places puts me in a bad mood. I wish I could be the proverbial "social-butterfly" but I just look at people in these places (usually bars or whatever venue I'm coaxed into going to by my handful of friends), and I can't help but start analyzing and being contemptuous. I'm not saying it's a good way to be. I'm aware it makes me the asshole. I'm also aware that it makes me a weirdo. As I said, I just can't help it.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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The Market for Liberty by Linda and Morris Tannehill for non-fiction. This book literally changed my life.

The Stand by Stephen King is my favorite fictional story (not just book, but story) ever told. I love post-apocalypse stuff.

I always get ridiculed for it but the truth is, my favorite movie is, Terminator 2. I know, it's a simple action film and is in no way epic or thought-provoking. I like it because it brings me back to my childhood... "simpler times" and all that.
Some others include, George Romero flicks (Night of the Living Dead, Dawn of the Dead, Day of the Dead), The Road, Children of Men, In Bruges (how is this movie not more well-known?), V for Vendetta, Platoon, Sunshine, The Boondock Saints, Zombieland, Shaun of the Dead, Cloud Atlas, Pandorum, Fight Club, and A History of Violence, to name a few.

The Walking Dead, Breaking Bad, Boardwalk Empire, Dexter, Lost, House, Game of Thrones, and Under the Dome are what I can think of off-hand.

Metal. Metallica is my all time favorite band. I know. They're assholes but I haven't heard any other band that can write a hook as consistently good as theirs typically are. I like a bunch of others, too - Slayer, The Sword, Pantera, Dream Theater, Ozzy, Dethklok, etc. I also listen to a good amount of classic rock - Beatles, Stones, Zeppelin, CCR. My Mother pretty much forced me to listen to country growing up and so I rather dislike it now. Rap is garbage, for the most part... A song here and there maybe (Beastie Boys, for instance, are alright).

I'm a caveman. Paleolithic diet and fitness. The general idea behind it is to eat meat, eggs, veg, nuts, seeds and some fruit. No grains, refined sugar or other processed junk.
VERY occasionally I'll partake of something sugary like cake or ice cream at a birthday party or something.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
1. The Internet
2. Books
3. My boots (or my Merrells instead, if the weather is nice)
4. Family (I attach no asinine requirements, like having genetic relation, to my definition of "family". I have blood relatives who are scumbags, and have forged close friendships with strangers.)
5. Quality entertainment - I guess the Internet and books kind of fit in with this one, but, whatever.
6. Good food (whiskey is food, too, by the way). Food is wicked important, actually. I should move that one to number one but I'm too lazy.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
How much better my life would be if government (yeah... all of 'em) died a painful but rapid death, economics, expatriation (That is to say, researching potential destinations. Chile is at the top of the list right now.), starting up a business or obtaining some other source of revenue, where to go hiking next, how many days I have until I have to go running or weightlifting again.

I think about food a whole lot too. It's very important to me, as I previously mentioned. Here's a funny thing: I often wonder how long it's going to take before I breakdown and buy another jar of almond butter to demolish in one sitting. Seriously. If you've never had it, don't eat it. It's so good it will ruin your life.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Hanging out at home. I wouldn't mind going out to a bar or something on occasion, but the music is horrendous almost no matter where you go, these days. What they play is actually only a small part. It's the insane decibel level at which they play it, that kills me. What the fuck is the point in going out to have a drink with your pals if you have to shout in their face to hold a conversation? It's obnoxious.

If I'm not at home, I'll be hanging out with friends, preferably, and usually, at their place.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I've had a vasectomy, ladies. Sooo, no kids for me. At least, not biologically... Sorry. Adoption is always possible, I guess. I have no plans for that though. I'm too self-absorbed to consider children. I kind of think it to be an act of cruelty to have kids at this moment in history anyway. Things are fucked and are going to be getting a lot worse. The good news is, things will then get better than they ever have been, I think. You could say I'm a short-term pessimist but a long-term optimist. On a related note, I'm not entirely sure how I feel about dating someone who has a kid already. I've never done that, so I suppose I'm open to giving it a shot. Though, if you've made it this far into my profile and still think you'd want to subject your poor child to me, then you are a saint. Or a degenerate gambler.

Oh and here's a fun one (that I realize was only mentioned in my question explanations rather than here on my profile - what a silly oversight on my part): I used to weigh 325lbs. Crazy right? Gee, thanks Paleo diet, for doing me that solid. I weigh 185lbs now. So yeah, do those maths. And as a side note, my cholesterol is even unbelievably good. What's that you say, Conventional Wisdom? Massive amounts of bacon, eggs, and steak are bad for you? I call Bullshit.
You should message me if
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If you want to laugh super hard. Because I'll make it happen. Either because I am unbelievably witty and send a comedy-laced reply or because the sheer audacity that you would talk to someone like me.


You think that there could possibly be anything more about me that is not already written elsewhere on this ridiculous profile (Here's a hint: there probably isn't). I'm pretty much guaranteed to respond to everyone. I dislike when people don't at least acknowledge receipt of my message. I get why females on sites like this don't reply. It's a lot easier for them not to respond. Not a good justification, but I get it. Still, I treat people like humans, first and foremost. And I think people deserve to be acknowledged.

One other thing: Don't message me if you're going to jerk me around. I am utterly stunned at the childish way women have behaved with me. I've met a few on this site and they all too commonly will make plans with me only to cancel last minute. They always have excuses ("A friend of mine had a heart attack", or "I dumped rancid sour cream all over myself and got sick" - Seriously. I've heard both of those.), but I've stopped buying them. Remember what I wrote above, about being lied to? I fucking detest it. Please, for fuck sake, if you're not serious (or are too spineless to decline my invitation), don't imply that you are. It's rude, inconsiderate, and waste of my fucking time.

Also, less seriously, message me if you think the part from 2:25 to 3:00 in the following song, is possibly (Just possibly... I know, it's a contentious subject for us metalheads, but humor me.) the most head-bangable piece of music ever:

For the love of God, if you are an anarchist, please (PLEASE!) message me. Also message me even if you just know the names, Rothbard, Mises, Hazlitt, Menger, etc., or those of their philosophical descendants, Doug Casey, Jeff Berwick, Stefan Molyneaux, Tom Woods, Jeff Tucker, Hans-Hermann Hoppe, or their modern intellectual comrades.

Probably you don't want to message me. It's all downhill from there when you do.