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Last online
Jun 27
Hispanic / Latin
5′ 9″ (1.75m)
Body Type
Mostly anything
Christianity, and laughing about it
Sagittarius, and it’s fun to think about
Working on space camp
Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
Likes dogs and has cats
My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
I write a lot; that is in part due to the fact that I am capable of doing so, and partially due to not minding the process.

I am a bit of an explorer, a sage and mystic.
Free-spirited, a thinker and a dreamer-- I seek balance in all I do.

I dance with gravity whenever the mood strikes; one of those individuals described to be periodically found "doing his own thing."

I blade, skimboard, longboard, rockclimb, etc...
If the surf was any better, I am sure riding the waves would be included on that list... but, hey, I hear that may soon be a possibility!!

I define and live by my own rules, a'la "Live and Let Live."
I like zen, and people, generally, make me happy.
I view life as one giant jungle gym. Lots of obstacles, but so many different ways to traverse them.
That being said, whatever situation I face is always approached with the goal of learning from the experience along the way.

I possess the heart and mind of a punk as well as the soul of a skater.

My inner-child may wander but it never gets lost.
(... On the other hand, my outer child probably relies too much on GPS.)

I truly appreciate things geeky.

I am a being of evolution and my current hobby involves fire props: poi and staff... This was my tribe and some highlights of the days I loved making it out to... I am looking to find its counterpart, here around the Austin area.

All piercings have been removed. The markings and warm memories remain.
My heart does offer its condolences to the steel that once was a part of my life.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Trying to learn more about this new place I call home.

This is how I spent my Valentine's Day... The Love Burn!

I even helped build that floating raft.
Everyone and everything there was so beautiful.
The memories will last forever. Suffice to say, I had a blast.

xNFP (ambivert, leaning more Intro) influenced by a need to consistently adapt for workplace needs. I kind of inherited, or built, the capacity for other characteristics and skillsets, as necessary.

I usually find myself wandering, on my own and away from the crowds, people watching, while pondering life.

I like experiencing exhibits/events at places like museums and aquariums. I appreciate nature and often just like to look up at the stars and sky.
I am also trying to learn a bit about this photography thing... so if you shoot, places to capture are fun as well.
I just rocked out the Eglin Naval Air Museum and felt like a little kid again (I haven't been there since I was like 6, it was great!).

For work, I assist system administrators, consultants and IT staff with their servers.

I have an Horace/Immanuel Kant quote tattooed upon me that, summed up, essentially means, "Dare to be wise."
I take this mindset with me in all I do.
Experience, knowledge, and understanding are paramount to my life path.

My quote is also surrounded by the Two Eyes of Horus.
I guess that means I have 5 eyes, unless you count when I wear glasses, then it's all sevenish.
(This breaks down to 2 Standard Eyes, 3rd Eye, The Eyes of the Sun and the Moon--Ra/Thoth, and periodically my lenses).
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I am quite adept at picking up skills, relatively quickly.

I game well, and can casually play pretty much any sport I attempt.

I periodically also am enticed to break out into song.
In the car, shower or around a karaoke bar, after a couple beverages (or even without the drinks).

I have been diagnosed with hakuna matata.
If you have to ask, you might have been living under a rock for the past 15 years or so... then again, maybe you DO know 'Kimba.'

So with that, I offer this-
1) Don't Panic.
2) Always Pack a Towel
3) Don't take life too seriously, or else you will never get out alive.... wait... hmm....
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I apparently can't go anywhere without being told that I look like Drake... but... since I'm older than him... it's completely obvious that Drake looks like me. So there.

I've heard:
Every once in a while someone digs the face.
Voice, tattoos (only 2/7 are readily visible), attitude...
Energy, heart, drive....

During random happenstance, I often get remarks on my hair/beard.

... if f I have a nifty trinket on me, like a ToroFlux, it isn't uncommon for me to turn around to find a crowd of spectators.
Karaoke apparently also attacts a crowd (I don't generally pick "easy songs").

My hobbies are my hobbies because they remind me that these are the things I love to do.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
As a precursor, please be aware that these lists are always going to be incomplete. There is just way too much goodness out there...
I will be forgetting to add some scathingly incredible piece of work, but don't worry, I still think it's pretty spiffy, nonetheless.

You are always welcome to ask (feel free to even make suggestions, I like being exposed to new content).

I just finished Quiet (by Susan Cain), the link to her Ted Talk is at the beginning of my "What I'm doing with my life" section.
Worthwhile to watch and read.
Daniel Quinn's Ishmael is phenomenal, Palahniuk books are a cliche answer (but I love the random facts and dark humor that litter his novels).
Christopher Moore novels like The Stupidest Angel. Read it, it is funny as hell. Mildly offensive... :)
Ender's Game, A Light in the Attic + Where the Sidewalk Ends stirs nostalgia.
Calvin and Hobbes comic collections are entertaining, too.
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy ......

Currently, I am working through a book about Buddhism, a cherished gift that I am quite enjoying... and I have a book on the History of God (another gift) on reserve.
It sounds exceptionally intriguing, as they focus on culture and sociological factors related to the role that major religions played in their respective regions.

Soon enough, though, I am going to be needing to put significant focus on reading technical documentation... it will pull me away from recreational reading... which I am a little upset about...

Some movies:
Arronofsky's, Spun, Fight Club, Lost Boys, SLC Punk, Any Tarantino, Idiocracy, Takashi Miike, Battle Royale, Kickass, Departed, 30 Days of Night, Aliens, Predator, Stargate, Death to Smoochy, Zach and Miri, Clerks1/2, Dogma, Jay Silent Bob, Chasing Amy, Mallrats, Tokyo Zombie, Sin City, What Dreams may Come, The Last Dragon, Without a Paddle, Thirteen Ghosts, Sweeney Todd, The Boys and Girls Guide, Point Break, Pearl Harbor, Lucky # Slevin, Big Fish, The Crow, The Craft, American History X, Terminator. Commando, Jurassic Park, Pirates, Starship Troopers The Great Gatsby
Here are some more: Aliens, Predator, TMNT, Lost Boys, Gremlins, It, The Sandlot, Jurassic Park

Day of the Rope!
Love the soundtrack!
(I actually have skated with some of these people, too, @ the former Central Skatepark in St Petersburg)

::...Here is an eargazm for you...::

Sublime, Pepper, Dirty Heads, No Doubt, Incubus, The XX, Foo Fighters, loved old Green Day,
Smashing Pumpkins, NiN, Orgy, A Perfect Circle, Puscifer, Deftones, and Tool...
I like old AFI, MSI, The Transplants, Whole Wheat Bread, Pennywise, Bosstones Bad ReligionChildren of Bodom, She Wants Revenge, xxyyxx. Prodigy, Mt Eden, DJ Santana, Apollo 440, Orbital, AphexTwin.
Smack my what? Juno Reactor
Massive Attack

Aesop Rock, Anamanaguchi, Arctic Monkeys, Assemblage23, Beastmilk (sounds like the Misfits), Black Keys, Bloodhound Gang, Brody Dalle, Cake, Chrvches, CKY, Crystal Castles, Cults, The Cure, Cut Copy, Depeche Mode, DKM, Scroobius, Everclear, The Faint, Garbage, Garmisch, Glitch Mob, Gorillaz, Grimes, Gwen, Gym Class Heroes, Hammock, Hoobastank, Horrorpops, How to Destroy Angels, Hundred in the Hands, Kidneythieves, Lana, LCD Soundsystem, Less than Jake, Local H, Lupe Fiasco, Mars Volta, Matt and Kim, The Neighborhood

I also like really chill music that Nujabes used to make.

The Newsroom, Always Sunny, Name is Earl, Boondocks, South Park, Big Bang Theory, Weeds, Dinosaurs, Penn and Teller. Zim? Dexter, Spartacus, Wilfred, IT Crowd, Wonder Years, Scrubs, Game o' Thrones, Don't Trust the Beech in Apt 23, House, Oblongs, Eureka's Castle, Ren and Stimpy, Aeon Flux, X-Men, B+BH, Firefly, How I met your Mother, Better off Ted, Lost, Heroes, Lie to Me, Clone High, XMen, Good Vibes, Fam Guy, Archer, Futurama, Simpsons, and the Boondocks.
Breaking Bad, FMA: Brotherhood American Horror Story)
I grew up watching 3-2-1 Contact and other PBS shows, Beakman's World, Bill Nye, etc.
+ Saturday Morning Cartoons

Also although not TV, I do enjoy various Ted talks and watch them periodically.

I know this great restaurant at the edge of the universe...
Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, Italian, Greek, Thai... lets just say any... Five Guys, Moe's, Chipotle, Burrito Border, Taco Bus, Pho Quyen, La V, Las Margaritas, Thai Temple, Acropolis, Brocatos (hmm a lot of these are no longer relevant to my new region... in time it will have to be revised)...
I just had the most amazing gauc I've experienced in my life, in downtown Austin, though.

I love Spanish food, tropical fruit, most meats, fish, calamari, etc... Sushi is also, personally considered, freaking tasty.

Borderlands, Rocksmith, You Don't Know Jack, TF2, Bioshock2/Infinite, Trackmania, Jamestown, Castlevania games, God of War, Psychonauts, Portal2, I dig Katamari, And play old school arcade games like Battletoads, Xmen, Simpsons, Alien Vs Predator, etc..... Fighters (SF, BB, SG, GGXrd, etc..) too... (I have arcade sticks :D)

And to the haters...
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
My skates or boards
My games
My friends and family
My hoodie?
I would, generally, try to keep at least one nearby. They have always been important to me, which is strange it being Texas and all, but whatever...
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
How long until love unfurls, once again.
Could you be loved?

Where the F I can find gloves that are sufficient for contact...

The places and things I haven't seen/experienced.

Etymological Phenomena

Check out :::this video:::
I think Brand has a lot of valid points and can generally understand where he is coming from.
If you have the contemplated on similar thoughts, I might like to hear from/about you.

I think about all sorts of things.
I get out camping, periodically and spend time just stargazing, admiring the views around me.

I contemplate on balance and trajectories; at one time in particular, I was tinkering with a pendulum while attempting a slackline. (I think I am better with them, individually, for the moment)

I spend a lot of time thinking about life, space and science and the technologies that are going to be foundations for their tomorrow.

I think of fun and how lucky I am to have the beach not so far away.

Anyways, here are links to 166 Documentaries on a variety of intriguing subjects.

This Newsweek article on the Bible is incredible.
It will surely make less people care to message me (I laugh about religion, remember from sidebar?), but it reverberates many stances I've held on the subject matter for years upon years, now. It's a long read, but if you take the time to check it out, tell me what you feel about it.
I find religious studies fascinating, but have never felt I simply fit properly into those type of theological congregations.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
-hanging out with the neighbors, friends or roomates,
this could be at bars, clubs, houses, lan parties, etc.
-wanting to hit the beach, movies, and in some situations, a concert.
-finding some place to sing karaoke... or maybe I'll be home playing a game, or practicing an instrument.
-skating around the neighborhood (this probably doesn't sound that exciting, but I still enjoy it a lot)

I am not a substantial fan of bars/clubs lately, kind of burnt out on them due to years past, plus I have a lot better ideas of what to do with my $$$.
I will still get out every once in a while to keep up with appearances, hang out, sing, cause a ruckus, etc..

If I find myself at home, I will likely be practicing an instrument, taking a stroll around the block (or 3)--or maybe I am doing something that most everyone else does as well-- watching a couple flicks, reading about wordly affairs, digging into a book, playing a game, chatting with friends, or observing the universe.
Sleeping generally comes Saturday morning though, so we can't have any of that. :-P
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
... Despite any of the fanciful sounding things here, I do not consider myself as such; I am just like every other person here... but what, I feel, appears to set me apart from most is attributable to daring.

I like my orange juice with pulp in it.
It reminds me of my grandfather.
(He would carve oranges into squeezable "sippy" cups)

I'm one of THOSE people who likes pineapple on my pizza.

I had a puppy named after a couple of Gremlins (Gizmo and Stripe).
He was a cool lil fella.

I dance til I drop... then have the most immaculate sleep

Since I was a young child, I've spent an uncountable quantity of hours at the library.
It was commonly my after school spot, there I read a large collection of the Hardy Boys, Goosebumps and (RL Stine's other flagship) Fear Street.
These obviously weren't the only things I read, but they were each my jam for a period of time.

After the library shut it's doors for the last time, it became one of the locales I would skate at (with makeshift ramps and rails of truly respectable quality).
I slit my wrist open, there, on a shard of glass, once, after landing in a pile of debris. During an evasive roll, my arm came down upon a shard. It sliced just briefly, since the limb was accelerating in a downward motion, it moreso kind of got embedded and I had to pluck it out of my wrist.
I'm going to remember that for some time... the scar remains, it is about the size of a dime.

Some say I've made it to that BIG 30, to which I reply, "Nah, doesn't feel like it. I'm just going to call this 29 part II."
(I wonder if I should change that to "II" to "deux," it makes things sound more sophisticated--wait, am I becoming classy??)

I had a significantly large social circle, full of great people... but since this move, I feel as if I need to find the best of town, once again.

Despite me not trying to be shallow, there are definitely certain physical feature-sets that do it in for me:

Things I appreciate: similar body type\in shape (as in fit). I am not needing someone who lives at the gym; but can't deal with someone content in being round- I've worked to stay in the shape I am in. Not to say I didn't have fun while working, but I would love to have someone who could (and would) follow me up a tree.
(For no obvious reason, the thought of that scenario is kind of hot--and actually very likely stems from childhood nostalgia...
I spent a good period of time just hanging out in the limbs of a tree while working through gradeschool)

Height isn't really that important.
A weakness, I do have though: is unnatural hair colors... I find them cute as f*ck. It's probably a punk thing... I'm not sure.
I just figure Scott Pilgrim understands (and can relate).

Sometimes I feel I am too picky about all this, but then I realize I can't just settle for something that doesn't work for me.
It surely is difficult to find that person that is just that right amount of perfect for you... but I have faith... somewhere out there is that someone, not prudish and scared of the unknown, a brave and inquisitive mind that evaluates and presses on to greatness.
Sing to me and make me melt.

I'm seeking someone with a sense of adventure, a dash of recklessness, and a pinch of something strange. :)

I like piercings, and tattoos. So many styles and stories...
mmm... so hot.
Seeing such pretty ink only sets the cravings in, deeper.

... Being nice WILL get you far. Don't be mean.

A high sex drive is important. Keep up. :)
(No disrespect intended, here, and these are not 'concrete rules' or not being all these things is not even necessarily a dealbreaker--just personal preference)

I used to be almost exclusively about the white girls, but that chapter is closing. The ones I've dated have generally been lacking in certain essential characteristics that I want and need:
sometimes compassion, sometimes dedication, other times reliability and faithfulness.
Since then, I've since decided that the approach of eliminating plenty of potential wonderful people on such a superficial basis is foolish.
I want that person that is beautiful and warm, both inside and out.

I actually feel accomplished and happy with life.
If I were to die tomorrow (not that I want to), I can honestly say: "To me, life was amazing, I've been surrounded by great people and I have been fortunate enough to pursue my dreams, I have seen great places, tried fun things, eaten great food, known love and loss-been beaten and broken down... but rose from the cinders, anew.
When I do go... I feel Death by Black Hole would be a fitting way to wrap things up."

I want to camp out under the Borealis.
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over.
you are looking for a companion/partner in crime--someone just a little bit different than all the rest (in a good way, my friends have periodically informed me).

... you ponder on the intricacies of life and the galaxies around us.

... you sing out loud to yourself, just cause....
... it's an alright thing to be true to yourself.

... you flow-- I'd love to have a lady to spin with.
Doesn't matter, poi, staff, dart, fans, hoops, etc...

.. you have an inkling suspicion that you could be that lady that I could consistently dream of.

You harbor an adventurous spirit and wouldn't mind sharing some of my hobbies--museums, skating, camping, karaoke, manipulating centrifugal forces, etc...

I dig geeky, sweet, happy ladies; so bitchy, angry, morose, etc.. need not apply.
Scrubby and/or grubby? Save me the time and trouble.

I still cross paths with people who lack a sense of compassion and/or empathy. If you lack these qualities... it also is kind of a deal-breaker.
(GGG - we're all in this together)

... if you feel it'd be worthwhile to say hello, do so.