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  • Ages 22–36
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Last online
Online now!
6′ 1″ (1.85m)
Body Type
Mostly other
Trying to quit
Cancer, and it’s fun to think about
Graduated from university
Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
Likes dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently)
My self-summary
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I'm a thoughtful, kind, caring, and fastidious wildman. I like to think about stuff then do projects based on the best thoughts. I watch a ton of films, read books, eat food damn near everyday, and I bathe on a frequent and regular basis. At work I am known as a big troublemaker/problem destroyer and in my family I am the purple sheep. I love a good adventure, a new mind to meld with, and finding rad stuff to do and see.
What I’m doing with my life
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Primarily I try to do good things with my life. I'm not perfect and I often loathe myself for letting good moments of my life slip by without satisfactory doing. I spend a lot of time learning, a fair bit teaching, a significant amount goofing off, about 2% is spent eating Mexican or Vietnamese food, and the rest of time I focus on winging it and acting like I know what I'm doing. I don't really, but who really truly does? I try very hard to do something meaningful with my life and I hope that one day, when someone does finally figure out what we have been doing all this time, they will look at my work and say this: "Well he didn't know what the heck he was doing, but he did a damn fine job of it, damn fine."
Currently I am trying to do a damn fine job at protecting and restoring water quality and watersheds. Previously I made a living doing drawings at a design firm. Before that I did a bunch of random stuff to get by and stay busy. And to be fair I spend a good deal of my spare time in the winter vegging out to various Star Trek and other nerdly shows, and in the summer I spend it wandering around the city on bike or foot, usually winding up by a fire somewhere with a beer or wine in my hand.
I’m really good at
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canoeing, drawring, bike riding, enjoying a nice meal, doing better when it is brought to my attention, making visual things, laughing at a joke, and proofreading .
The first things people usually notice about me
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My panda t-shirt, the weirdly enchanting music blasting from my wee little truck, the quality of bread that I arrive with, my unbending desire to help others, that I joke around a lot.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Books - Seriously though, before high school I read at least 20 serious, serious sci-fi books, when I was in high school I read a lot of books (many of them qualifying as literature), and then in college I read some more books, but less literature and more architecture. Then after college I went back to reading a lot of serious, serious sci-fi like Neal Stephenson. Somewhere along the way I realized I had read everything by Kurt Vonnegut, and he died, and that was a bummer. Then I read a bunch of Steinbeck for a while, also Winesburg, Ohio and My Antonia in there as memorable pieces. Later, after that, I read this guy George Saunders for a bit, very dark and funny, master of intense short stories. Then I got back into serious, serious sci-fi like Le Guin. Recently read the Wind-Up Girl, which I would generally recommend.

I like a lot of different kinds of music, if you don't then there might be something up. I lean towards songs that seem like someone put a lot of thought and care into the feelings of sounds and sounds of feelings in the music. Lately I have been listening to (tracks in parentheses) : Boom Bip (in the tree top pulse all over - peel session), Dimlite (Can't get used to those - afterlude), Fridge (Edit, Kenoshita, Oram, Lost Time), Frank Turner (Photosynthesis), Defiance Ohio (Oh, Susquehanna), the Pharcyde (Runnin', Passin' me by, Knew U), Soul Coughing (True Dreams of Wichita, Soft Serve)... and so on. A pretty eclectic mix. I even like to dance sometimes, with the right crowd and the right music.

Well, I like movies. In high school I started a film club, we just watched movies. It turns out the club lasted for 10 years. I don't know if you find that impressive, but I was impressed when I found out. I had no idea until recently, way to go! Again, like music, I don't really care about the genre as much as I do the genuine creative spirit and talent that goes into making a film.
I do eat, I'm not a picky eater either. I like a big or small plate or bowl of food. I like many colors, shapes, textures and flavors of food. I haven't met a lot of food that I wouldn't eat, however I have been trying to steer clear of food that has chemistry and composition dictated by a machine. I like gardening when I have time, and I am good about eating my veggies. Sometimes my hunger opens up like a cavern and I just eat and eat and eat and eat. Other times I find an apple to be the perfect solution. Sometimes I crave things like taquitos, chocolately chocolate brownie fudge swirl ice cream, vanilla wafers, tangerines, pico de gallo, spring rolls, something fried, carrots, and waffles.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
a loose sense of purpose, a close family, good friends, some sort of pet critter in my life, talking with smarties about things, artmusic.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Life, motivations of individuals and masses, why sh*t so crazy?, stuff that I haven't figured out yet, stuff that I am in the process of figuring out, how we can't squeeze infinite growth onto a finite planet, why sh*t so crazy?, overpopulation vs. climate change in duel to the death, how people think and why? Ways to make things do things for the common good. All you beautiful, engaging women who have made it this far down my profile. Why sh*t so crazy, though? Politics I guess, more like why political sh*t so crazy? you know? Then I think about nature a good deal, or more likely, I absorb what I see in nature, which is an important part of a balanced consciousness. The hyperbolic nature of technological evolution and how that makes sh*t even crazier, and what is my dog thinking?
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Pacing the room, laying out plans, finding flaws, cursing the stars, giving up on it for now and then going out for a beer.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I would go to mars.
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