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32 Rocky Mount, NC Man


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  • Ages 25–45
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Native American, White
6′ 0″ (1.83m)
Body Type
Virgo, and it’s fun to think about
Working on university
Relationship Status
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Doesn’t have kids
Likes dogs and likes cats
English, Arabic (Okay), Spanish (Okay), Farsi (Poorly)

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My self-summary
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A wiser person than me once said, "Before you judge a man, walk a mile in his shoes... that way, when you do judge him... you're a mile away and you've got his fuckin' shoes!"

I love to laugh, hopefully you do too. If you don't, you should probably kick rocks.

I'm scatterbrained, I write very informal and random. This may come across as the ramblings of a mad man.
I also sprinkle a few colorful words in my everyday vocabulary (made evident above), so if that offends you, you've been warned. Here goes nothin'...

I know a little something about the great outdoors. I grew up in a small town in Eastern North Carolina, which is also rural Tobacco country. I enjoyed clear nights where you could step outside and see all the stars, constellations, and catch the occasional meteor shower. In the Spring and Summer you can smell honeysuckle everywhere...

I love and appreciate the smaller things in life.
I love hanging out on the porch. I love rocking and swinging chairs.
I love watching the sun rise and set. I especially love watching bonfires.
I love taking long walks, gives me great clarity.
I love the sights and sounds that illuminate and emanate from stormy nights. It's amazing how something so chaotic can be so peaceful.
I love embracing an occasional cool breeze.
I love sipping an ice-cold glass of sweet tea.
I love the fact that I still possess all of my senses.
If I had written this ten years ago, I'd have written a paragraph or more about what I despised in life.
I love perspective.

I'm former Army, honorably discharged after eight years of service. I served in both Afghanistan and Iraq, amongst other places. I'm very thankful to still be here. I've witnessed a lot of beautiful, tragic, and extraordinary things, t-shirts and photos included.
I've done a lot of extensive traveling, to say the least. I've been to more countries than I can think of, half of which I can't even fathom spelling. I kinda miss the travel and hustle.
I really miss the people and camaraderie... I had the pleasure of meeting so many wonderful and fascinating people from all walks of life. It wasn't always peaches-n-cream, but the people I was surrounded with helped ease a lot of the burden.
Memories can often be bittersweet, but I still cherish them.

Currently, I'm an electrician. I mainly do commercial, residential, and light industrial. I find it kinda boring to talk about, but it's a job I appreciate knowing and having. If you need any free advice, I don't mind helping or steering you in the right direction.

I really dig art... I draw whenever I find time and inspiration, mostly animals and the faces of those that have imprinted deep impressions. I find it extremely therapeutic. I mainly use Faber Castell and Ticonderoga(nothing too grand), pencils and any variety of pen. I have tons of sketchbooks and various other art supplies stacked. This stems from the 80's/90's explosion of cartoons, older Disney and Warner Bros. cartoons included, anime, manga, PBS(Bob Ross+epic 'fro, Reading Rainbow(very inspirational show growing up))... movie genres: sci-fi, fantasy, horror... and a very meaty obsession for comic books and the various writers and pencilers who inspired early on. I must also add that when you're from the country, you have to possess a wild, crazy, and vivid imagination if you don't wanna succumb to boredom.

For every place I've ever been, I've found a particular song or artist I enjoyed. I can place that song with a moment in time that I shared with someone else.
It's amazing to sit there and grasp just how powerful music really is. We all share at least one love, music.
Can you imagine completely losing your ability to hear such wonderful sounds?

Life In 42 Songs:

Otis Redding- "(Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay"
Cal Tjader- "Walk On By"
Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass- "Green Peppers"
Ennio Morricone - "Il Giardino Delle Delizie"
13th Floor Elevators- "Splash 1"
Allman Brothers- "Midnight Rider"
Jim Sullivan- "U.F.O."
Arif Sag- "Osman Pehlivan"
Black Sabbath- "Planet Caravan"
Pink Floyd- "Time"
The Toy Dolls - "Nellie the Elephant"
Lee Perry - "Bird In Hand"
WITCH- "Strange Dream"
Dwight Twilley Band - "Looking For The Magic"
Siouxsie & The Banshees-"Spellbound"
Death - "Keep On Knocking"
The Buzzcocks- "Everybody's Happy Nowadays"
The Clash - "Spanish Bombs"
The Specials- "Ghost Town"
Nirvana - "The Man Who Sold The World"
Gang Starr - "Above The Clouds"
Outkast - "ATLiens"
Spacehog- "In The Meantime"
Beck- "Devil's Haircut"
DJ Shadow- "Dark Days"
Bonobo- "Shadowtricks"
RJD2- "Ghostwriter"
Quantic + Alice Russell- "So Long"
Flaming Lips- "Fight Test"
Modest Mouse- "Bukowski"
Madvillain - "Accordion"
Beats Antique- "The Lantern"
Free The Robots- "Space & Time"
Rodrigo Y Gabriela - "Orion"
Cut Chemist- "The Garden"
Blockhead- "The Prettiest Sea Slug"
Flying Lotus- "Infinitum"
Portishead- "The Rip"
Thunder Power - "Your Pantry"
Tor- "Glass & Stone"
Fire On Fire- "Sirocco"
Parquet Courts - "Borrowed Time"

Ever have a song trapped in your thoughts? You can't get it out, can you? It's usually the melody that hooks me right in.
This is currently on daily loop in my head.

Moments of nostalgia seem to always linger about. I'm a bit of a memory horder. My mind is cluttered with mostly useless information that comes in handy on trivia night.
Don't ask me where the hell I left my keys though... takes more than an act of congress to find them sometimes.

As far as religion is concerned, I feel whatever brings you peace through triumph, tragedy, and time is what is best for you.

Without question, I'd say my favorite food is pizza. I also love the simplicity of peanut butter and jelly/jam (grape, strawberry, blackberry, blueberry, rasberry, elderberry, frankenberry, any -berry) lightly spread on flat bread, preferably served with a big glass of milk to wash it down with. It always hits the spot.
While we're still on food... I love anything cheese, anything cake, and any variety of cheesecake.
"Galactus hungers..."

I wouldn't really call myself a current gamer, but I know the culture well. I grew up having an Atari 2600, I wish I still had one. I had the Super NES and others too, but have strayed from purchasing the newer systems. Nowadays, I just play when with friends or cheer them on while they're battling hordes of the unsightly and the likes of.
I truly miss the old Galaga, Mario Kart, Frogger, Mortal Kombat, and Donkey Kong days... even the days where my sister would relentlessly stomp my ass with Chun-Li and the Spinning Bird Kick.
Life before trophies, achievements, red rings of death, ignorant trolls with microphones, and blatant spamming!
Remember playing Oregon Trail?!? Dysentery, anyone?

If you choose to continue reading, you'll find that I use an insane amount of commas and ellipses...
In honor of Kurt Vonnegut, my profile is written free of semi-colons.

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What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Calmly clobberin' conundrums...
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Anyone appreciate alliteration?
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I dunno what people notice about me at first, but here are some hardcore facts about me.

My real name is Will Robinson. I've heard Lost In Space references my whole life. A lot of good-natured Simon & Garfunkel lyrics have also been sung to me.

I'm very close with my small family. I was born on my mother's birthday. Crazy, no? I respect her, my father, and my sister(only sibling) a great deal for helping raise me into the man I am today.
My friends are also very important to me. Through the good and bad times, we've always been there for each other.
I'd say loyalty is pretty high on my totem pole. I'm forever indebted to those who are still in my life.

I've heard it said that the eyes are the keys to the soul. I get commented on mine quite often. They're hazel. They change colors, depending on what color(s) I'm wearing.
My vision is another story, I'm blind as a bat. I have astigmatism in both eyes and I'm near-sighted. I've worn contacts or glasses for over twenty years. Back in the day, I wore the birth control variety... like Squints from The Sandlot.

I wear my heart on my sleeve and my character on my collar.

I'm kinda quiet at first. I'm soft spoken with a bit of an accent. When I do talk, I tend to use my hands a lot. I can illustrate most any scenario with them. I can also make some pretty bitchin' shadow puppets.

I'm a bit goofy.

I'm often lost in thought. This doesn't mean that I can't afford enough sense to pay attention.

My face is never clean-shaven. I've always got thick stubble or a beard.

I keep my hair real short and close-cropped. It's been that way for a minute now.

I have big(wide) feet. I wear a size 14 and I'm generally wearing boots. Kids used to call them boats. They're not Shaq-size, but they're not Muggsy Bogues-size either.

I'm a natural born runner, I also tend to walk really fast... I can't help it... kinda like Forrest Gump , haulin' ass everywhere I go...

I'm very genuine, what you see is what you get. I enjoy helping others and showing kindness and respect to ALL. I was raised to treat others the way that I want to be treated, regardless of age, race, gender, sexuality, nationality, wealth, differing opinions, etc.
The late Rodney King put it best, "Can't we all just get along?!?"
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
If you appreciate lists, read on... if you detest them, skip this section now. Just remember, next time you're bored off your ass... you had a chance to receive a few decent recommendations.

Have you ever come across /r/NoSleep before??? Not all of the stories are that great, but I discovered Dathan Auerbach/1000Vultures while exploring one day.. Extremely talented writer.
Check out Footsteps.

If you don't read comic books/graphic novels, I highly recommend a few gems worth checking out: ElfQuest(highly UNDERRATED), Preacher, Swamp Thing, Scalped, Invincible, Y: The Last Man, We3, 100 Bullets, Transmetropolitan, Berserk, Lone Wolf And Cub, Fables, Chew, Bone, Blacksad, The Sandman, Usagi Yojimbo, Death: The High Cost Of Living, etc...

Favorite Authors: Neil Gaiman, Christopher Moore, Dathan Auerbach, Alan Moore, Shel Silverstein, Ogden Nash, H. P. Lovecraft(Shadow Over Innsmouth is my favorite), Ray Bradbury, Kentaro Miura, Mark Z. Danielewski(House of Leaves!), Clive Barker,
Bill Willingham, Joe Hill, Wendy And Richard Pini, Beatrix Potter, George Orwell, John Steinbeck, Douglas Adams, William H. Armstrong, Ramsey Campbell, Kurt Vonnegut, Chuck Palahniuk, Charles Bukowski, Charles Beaumont, Rod Serling, Hunter S. Thompson, Graham Greene, David Sedaris, Anne Rice, Jason Aaron, Ed Brubaker, Mike Mignola, Jessica Wassil, Ernest Hemingway, Chuck Klosterman, Agatha Christie, Edgar Allan Poe, Terry Pratchett, Penn Jillette, Stephen Fry, Frank Miller, Mark Millar, Robert Kirkman, Joss Whedon(excellent comic book writer too), Mark Twain, Grant Morrison, Stephen King(earlier work), Brian Michael Bendis, David Wong/Jason Pargin, Phillip K. Dick, Elmore Leonard, Garth Ennis, Michio Takeyama, Warren Ellis, George R. R. Martin, J. R. R. Tolkien, C. S. Lewis, Robert E. Howard, William S. Burroughs, Harlan Ellis, and the list goes on...

Favorite Artists: Jim Lee, Jim Henson, Jon Carling, Chris Bachalo, Frank Frazetta, Edward Gorey, Beatrix Potter, Tsutomu Nihei, Yoshitaka Amano, Egon Schiele, Salvador Dali, Alex Ross, Andy Brase, Stan Winston, Art Adams, Mike Mignola, Joe Kubert( Andy&Adam too), Joshua Middleton, John Paul Leon, Jessica Wassil, Stephen Cefalo, Phyllis Trout, Humberto Ramos, Bob Ross, Jack Kirby, Oliver Coipel, Michael Turner, R. M. Guéra, Norman Rockwell, John Romita Sr.&Jr., Alex Maleev, Antonio Frasconi, Banksy, the Kuberts, Charlie Adlard, Andy Brase, Ryan Ottley, J. Scott Campbell, Barry Windsor-Smith... Quite frankly, there's too many to name.

I'm a nut when it comes to movies. I could fill this entire profile up with movies that inspire me. A lot of the films that I love are not perfect, but I feel they're essential when it comes to entertainment.
I know it sounds silly, but I put my favorite movies into a list of thirty films, in no particular order(except #1 & #2):

1. Big Trouble In Little China
2. The Big Lebowski
3. The Dark Knight
4. The Princess Bride
5. The Empire Strikes Back
6. Ghostbusters
7. The Evil Dead 2
8. For A Few Dollars More
9. The Dark Crystal
10. Blade Runner
11. Battle Royale
12. The Fifth Element
13. Jackie Brown (People sleep on this movie, it's QT's finest, IMO)
14. Pan's Labyrinth
15. The Crow
16. Serenity
17. Shaun Of The Dead
18. Moon
19. The Avengers (2012)
20. 12 Monkeys
21. Forrest Gump
22. The Shawshank Redemption
23. The Raid 2: Berandal
24. Audition (underrated mindf***)
25. Sorcerer (1977)
26. They Live
27. Memento
28. The Fountain
29. Enter The Dragon
30. Lost In Translation

Recently seen and enjoyed: '71, Predestination, John Wick, The Guest, Birdman, Guardians of the Galaxy, Automata, Gone Girl, Godzilla, Horns, Edge of Tomorrow, The Skeleton Twins, The Purge: Anarchy, Room 237...

Favorite Directors: Joss Whedon, Guillermo Del Toro, John Carpenter, Gareth Evans, Luc Besson, Kathryn Bigelow, John Landis, William Friedkin, John Woo, Oliver Stone, Sam Raimi, Kon Ichikawa, Paul Verhoeven, Nacho Vigalondo, Adam Wingard, The Coen Brothers, Danny Boyle, Stephen Spielberg, Walter Hill, Alex Proyas, Frank Darabont, Stanley Kubrick, Sofia Coppola, Quentin Tarantino, Martin Scorsese, Rian Johnson, Alfonso Cuarón, Jim Jarmusch, Matthew Vaughn, Stuart Gordon, James Gunn, Peter Jackson, Hughes Bros., Terry Gilliam, Sergio Leone, Ridley Scott, David O. Russell, Dario Argento, Kimo Stamboel, Timo Tjahjanto, Alfred Hitchcock, Takashi Miike, David Fincher, Mel Brooks, Don Coscarelli, Antoine Fuqua, Takeshi Kitano, Christopher Nolan, Steve McQueen, Edgar Wright, David Lynch, Kevin Smith, Tim Burton, Werner Herzog, Mike Judge, Rob Zombie, Robert Rodriguez, Lucio Fulci, Chan-Wook Park/Park Chan-Wook, John McTiernan, David Cronenberg, etc....

Over the years, I have discovered a lot of great movies through this site...

Favorite Shows/Series: Orange Is the New Black, The Strain, Game Of Thrones, Black Mirror(a lot of British entertainment), The Walking Dead, True Detective, Ghost Adventures, Louie, Justified, HBO's VICE, Adult Swim (Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Venture Bros., Rick And Morty, Super Jail, Space Dandy, Attack On Titan, etc.)

I don't watch TV every day, I usually marathon run it on the PC. My PC really is my TV. I can't just watch one episode, I'll stockpile them and just run right through several episodes in one sitting. I think most folks do this nowadays. I have a love/hate relationship with cliffhangers.

Past favorites TV: Sons Of Anarchy, The Twilight Zone, The X-Files, Firefly, Lost, BSG, Quantum Leap(Oh Boy...), Star Trek: The Next Generation, Breaking Bad, Cowboy Bebop, Xena: Warrior Princess, Deadwood, Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law, Sealab 2021, Black Lagoon, Samurai Champloo, The Wire, House, Buffy, Oz, Sanford And Son, Curb Your Enthusiasm, 24, The Shield, In Living Color, Dr. Who (I grew up on PBS. On Saturdays they would play Dr. Who all day, Tom Baker was larger than life. Bob Ross(afro included) and LeVar Burton were close behind), Twin Peaks, Batman: The Animated Series, Spawn, MTV's Liquid Television, Aeon Flux, Berserk, The Maxx, The Head, Sealab 2021, Monty Python, Red Dwarf, any old George Carlin stand-up, yada yada yada....
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Truthfully, I can go without all of the material items listed. I have gone without them before and I could do it all again. I'm listing seven. Why??! I'm a superstitious fool.

1. Family/friends. If you're a friend of mine, you're FAMILY.

2. Art/Art Supplies, 'nuff said.

3. Other forms of entertainment: Music, movies, literature, various hobbies, internet, yada yada yada... this covers a lot.

4. My memories! Where would I be without them? Lost!!!

5. Good advice... I'm not Superman, shared wisdom has saved my ass on more than one occasion. It keeps you humble, because none of us know everything.

"Real knowledge is to know the extent of one's ignorance."

6. Transportation! Gotta get from A to B!

7. A sense of humor. Everybody deserves a good laugh now and again. We all have bad days, and you need it after rolling with all those punches... I wish George Carlin was still alive.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
"To sleep, perchance to dream.."
~ William Shakespeare

I have moments where I wish I could ride off and disappear into the sunset. I often romanticize the notion.

I can't think of a better video to feature this song...

Ditto for this video...

This video > The prequels

When I clean a load of clothes, I always find myself missing a sock or two. I double-check the washing machine and dryer, then scratch my head in bewilderment when I can't find them. I think there's some hidden dimension where everybody's lost socks are laying around. I believe it's best hidden, you know it stinks.

I have never been to Japan, but I one day plan to go. I wanna get lost in Tokyo and fully absorb it's insanity. I also would love to visit Aokigahara, otherwise known as the Sea of Trees and Suicide Forest. Kinda weird place to venture, but after reading about it a few years ago, I wanna go and see just how nuts the place truly is.

Other destinations I've never been to, but would like to venture:
Australia, New Zealand, Vancouver(B.C.), Spain, Portugal, and The Pacific Northwest, specifically Oregon(Voodoo Donuts is a bonus) and Washington.

While we're on travel, I'm sick of driving... I wish I had the power to teleport anywhere I wanted to... ANYWHERE... I'd really love for there to be black smoke trails left behind from the sheer awesomness of said power. Cartoon letters expressing it would be even more awesome... "BAMF" or "POOF" would do...

Bruce Campbell should write more... "If Chins Could Kill: Confessions Of A B Movie Actor" is one of my favorite books ever read, seriously. It's not "Othello" but it's very entertaining.

Ever heard of Götz von Berlichingen? What a bad ass... If you ever get the opportunity, definitely tour the Bavarian countryside of Germany. It's magical... and the beer is more than words can do justice for.

I've always had a healthy obsession with ghost stories, UFO sightings, and urban legends. I devour the unexplained and what most people scoff off as bullshit. I don't believe in all of it, but I enjoy thinking about what I can't fully rule out as nonexistent.
When you get the chance, listen to Coast to Coast AM with George Noory on the radio or online, especially on Friday Night Open Lines. Look up some of the archives, truly captivating stories exchanged. They cover what's mentioned above, cryptids, string theory, natural disasters, conspiracy theories, anything and everything. Michio Kaku is a regular guest... Trust me, it's always brilliant.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
On a porch somewhere... I dunno, maybe out gallivanting???
Truth be told, "typical" doesn't fit into my vocabulary.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I guess I'm one of the few people who doesn't mind dangling their skeletons out there.

Story #1
I always wanted a pet Mogwai. I finally found the closest thing to it. Sadly, I didn't adhere to the rule of not feeding him after midnight.
I have a chubby, furry, black gremlin named Jasper. I picked him up about seven years ago from an animal shelter, and it's been one hell of a journey ever since.
Jasper eats a lot... sleeps a lot... whines a lot... uses a lot of kitty litter... hates taking baths... loves scratching furniture... knocks a lot of shit over... Ok, so he can be a real jerk sometimes. The fact remains, he's my jerk and I love him very dearly.
*I think that's a fairly accurate description.

Story #2
When I was kid, I thought I was a monkey. I was always climbing trees that I had no business ascending.
I once climbed an old oak tree in my grandmother's yard. It was a real mammoth. I got so high up it that I was too petrified to come down. I stayed up there a good while, quivering knees and all.
My grandparents couldn't talk me down and they sure as hell weren't coming up to get me.
My grandmother ended up calling the local fire department. They sent a ladder up and scooped my ass down.
It wouldn't have been so bad, if there hadn't been an old country store beside their house. The whole neighborhood stopped to witness this embarrassing moment.

Story #3
My family would occasionally take trips to the beach in the summer. When I was growing up, the NC coast had the best piers out there. They had motels attached to most and the one(Triple S, formerly of Atlantic Beach) we stayed at was right along the water.
One morning, I woke up earlier than everyone else and ran out to the waves. I was by myself, but I had my trusty float in tow. I was paddling out trying to catch a nice wave in, completely oblivious to the fact that the current was guiding me out.
Before I knew it, I could barely make out the shoreline. I panicked when I got off the float. My feet didn't grace the bottom. I felt the current's tug and it scared the hell out of me! I swam sideways as hard as I could. All I could think about was Jaws and potentially never seeing my family again. It took a while, but I made it back.
I jumped time to get indoors. I didn't tell my folks for fear of a severe tongue-lashing and ass whooping.
Needless to say, I never saw the float again, but that's still better than a giant shark engulfing it along with me.
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If you actually read this ridiculously long profile... here's your cookie.
Seriously, I hope that it detoxified your thoughts of all the popular redundancies that pollute online dating...
I know that I'm not going to attract everyone, but if you're looking for honesty and friendship first, here I am.
Personal chemistry and time will decide what fate has in store. If you can handle that, be my guest. The rest is up to the eye of the beholder.


An advance apology if I don't reply swiftly enough. I have the application for this site. I may appear online even when I'm not.