47 Johnstown, CO
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My self-summary
Single, gently used man-child. One previous owner, low maintenance, driven only on bank holidays and odd tuesdays. Excellent condition.

If you're tired of the same sad parade of Jocks, Stoners, and Sensitive Single Dads and are looking for a totally unique perspective, then I'm the one for you. Thought provoking, fatally curious, and always digging up new ways to innovate, and enjoy life.

I'm a semi introverted guy, into some interesting things - modern art, design, music, SCIENCE! - but very little of it has to do with consistent outdoor exercise (not one of those dudes) or always having activities planned.

I like to play things by ear, curl up on the couch, and feed the mind. Preferably while barefoot. In fact, I enjoy just about any activity that doesn't require shoes.

Like beaches, and nude parkour ...
What I’m doing with my life
Crafting smallish humans into happy adults.

Writing software.

Painting murals while listening to opera. There's no way to say that without sounding pretentious, but there it is.

I live in Northern CO, but my office is in downtown Denver, so I'm always up for meeting on the mall for lunch, coffee, nerf gun fight...
I’m really good at
Art things. Writing. Design.

Also, I have mad 'running a household' skills. I've been raising 2 teens full time for the last few years. So not only am I capable of picking up after myself, I can pick up after everyone else as well, and I know how to drive really fast without getting a ticket (which is useful when you have to get two different people to two different places at the same time and you're running late because one of them crashed their bike right before you had to leave).
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
The Grasshopper Lies Heavy - by Hawthorne Abendsen, and anything by Mike Patton.
The six things I could never do without
Silly Children
I spend a lot of time thinking about
That it's more responsible for one to understand the nature of the things around them (people, responsibilities, institutions) and guide their own actions accordingly, rather than attempt to manipulate those things directly; objectivity being the highest form of thought.

I'd like to think that makes me an anti-narcissist of sorts?


Where does a guy find a quality lady goofball to pal around with these days? Seriously - I was married for 17 years. How does dating work again?
On a typical Friday night I am
Painting. Building interactive art (robotic things, longboards) in the workshop.

Maybe a little video game action.

The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I believe that wearing matching socks is a complete waste of time.
You should message me if
You've considered intentionally misspelling 'your' somewhere on your profile just to weed out all of the fussy people.

A few words from Stephen Fry