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36 Brea, CA Man


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  • Ages 27–38
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For long-term dating

My Details

Last Online
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6′ 0″ (1.83m)
Body Type
Mostly other
Graduated from university
More than $1,000,000
Doesn’t have kids
Likes dogs and likes cats
English (Okay)

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My self-summary
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Hey there! If you have no time to peruse my lengthy profile check out this ridiculous, oversimplified version. Also, for all you mobile users, there are a lot of links to rad stuff I threw in here, plus a bunch of extra photos that you're totally missing out on. So, get on that.

Dean is an American graphic designer and world-wide adventurer.

Blinded from years of study and rubbing elbows with unapt women, it was finally revealed to Dean that all of his friends had been kidnapped!

These perpetrators, known to some as "spouses", shone a harsh light on Dean's derelict quest for love. Undermanned, in search of his own kidnapper, Dean set out on his quest with high hopes!

RANDOMNESS (not in 3rd person)
I like to challenge people's ideas. I think it says a lot about a person, not just why they think things, but how they defend their beliefs.

I'm not a sports watching guy, I'm someone who bets on the super bowl and then spends the first three quarters at the party talking about politics or the latest books or films we've enjoyed. My exception: grabbing a scarf and heading down to see a live ice hockey game.
What I’m doing with my life
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I landed a full-time gig at Oakley playing in Photoshop. It's kind of rad. My workplace filled with brilliant, wonderful people that I don't want to strangle on a daily basis.

Also, for the last 4 years I have enjoyed bossing myself around at my own design company, creating posters and marketing material for independent filmmakers who are too lazy to do it themselves.

Each year I challenge myself with a single year-long project in order to pretentiously brag about for years after.

Once I volunteered 12 different places in 12 months. The most rewarding and impactful being Comfort Zone Camp where I am mentor and friend to children who have experienced the death of a parent or sibling. Do yourself a favor and check it out.

Another time I created something new every week and posted it up online for everyone to praise and ridicule. It's an affirmation to my creed -- always be creating. Check it out here.

This year I created/hosting a book club in order to utilize the power of peer-pressure to start reading all the books I've been collecting.

I'm also
* Flying down large snowy hills with a plank strapped to my feet.
* Discovering how to best hurt myself while mountain biking.
* Planning the next step in my exploration of the planet.
* Twisting my body in strange positions while breathing.
* Creating neat art pieces with my screen press.
* Reading words written by smart people.
* Starting a skateboarding gang at work.
* Searching for a swing dance partner.
* Absorbing and appreciating films.
* Rolling twenty-sided dice.
* Memorizing Wikipedia.
* Bettering the world.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I make a mean Old Fashioned.
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
That my OkCupid profile is too long. And that I like listing things with asterisks. You'll see.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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These are some of my random favorites:
* Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy
* Stumbling on Happiness
* The Handy Science Answer Book
* The Martian Chronicles
* The End of Faith
* Stranger in a Strange Land
* Freakonomics
* Y: The Last Man
* The Dark Tower series
* Hyperion
* Breakfast of Champions
* Dragonlance Chronicles
* The Count of Monte Cristo
* The Universe in a Nutshell
* Oxford English Dictionary
* The Urban Homestead
* Game of Thrones
* Slaughterhouse-Five
* Still Life with Woodpecker
A list of my 100+ books I want to read on Goodreads:

Currently reading:
* Let's Explore Diabetes with Owls/Sedaris
* New Earth/Tolle
* Collected Poems/T.S. Eliot
* Inspirability/Pash
* a Choose Your Own Adventure book
* a few comic books

The best film I watched in...
2009: Synecdoche, New York (runner up Moon)
2010: The Fall (runner up Scott Pilgrim vs The World)
2011: Mr. Nobody (runner up Midnight in Paris)
2012: Ruby Sparks (runner up Moonrise Kingdom)
2013: Cloud Atlas (runner up Mud)
2014: Her (runner up Gravity) (so far)

* Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
* The Philadelphia Story
* 500 Days of Summer
* Y Tu Mamá También
* Mary and Max
* The Princess Bride
* V for Vendetta
* Sunset Boulevard
* One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
* Castle in the Sky
* The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus
* Crimes and Misdemeanors
* Goonies
* Kung Fu Hustle
* The Brothers Bloom
* Network
* Primer
* Amelie
* Across the Universe
* Me and You and Everyone We Know
* Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
* The Cove
* Born Into Brothels
* Food Inc.
* Seven Up series
* The Yes Men
* Before Sunset
* and so on and so forth.

* Doctor Who
* Fringe
* Psych
* Game of Thrones
* Community
* Battlestar Galactica
* Firefly
* Mad Men
* Arrested Development
* The Daily Show
* Californication
* Breaking Bad

* Stuff You Should Know
* Dan Carlin's Hardcore History
* Moyers & Company
* This American Life
* Science Friday
* The Moth
* TED Talks

I like an eclectic jumbblness of musical splendor. However, to get you in some frame of reference, Dark Was The Night was the best album I listen to last year, go ahead listen to this and tell me it isn't a hauntingly beautiful song.

And here is a link to an amazing love song.

And here is a random list of random bands in a random order that I randomly dig on:

* Radiohead
* David Bowie
* The Flaming Lips
* Pink Floyd
* Andrew Bird
* Feist
* Nick Drake
* Portishead
* Air
* Animaniacs
* Marvin Gaye
* Iron & Wine
* Muse
* Arcade Fire
* Michael Buble
* Black Keys
* Zero 7
* Jeff Buckley
* Band of Horses
* Leonard Cohen
* Depeche Mode
* Passion Pit
* Pearl Jam
* Alice in Chains
* Aquabats
* Weezer
* Imogen Heap
* Queen
* The Decemberists
* David Gray
* Norah Jones
* Rufus Wainwright
* Tool
* Daft Punk
* The National
* Bad Religion
* Massive Attack
* Sigur Rós
* Bob Seger
* Wilco
* M83
* Mumford & Sons
* Simon & Garfunkel
* Stars
* The Presidents of the USA
* and those other bands that you like too.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
* New experiences
* Conversation with stimulating people
* Inspiration
* Freedom of expression
* Books I haven't read
* Breakfast foods
* Ability to count
* Arbitrary lists
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
My opinions about everything are always in flux, always susceptible to new information. I appreciate people who challenge my views, it makes me dig deeper for better answers. The key is and will always be open-minded discussions, disseminating information, and filtering out the bullshit.

It's bigger than you think. It's bigger than I can think.

Nutrition. GMOs. Environmental impacts. Animal cruelty.
And what new recipe I'm cooking tonight.

How I can make this a better world for everyone here now and for those that will come after I'm gone.

Why we do the things we do.
Why things are the way they are.

I greatly enjoy the pursuit of knowledge.
And the betterment that follows.

Specifically, explaining my answers to clarify poorly stated questions.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I tragically have never seen Pearl Jam in concert. This hurts my non-existent soul.

Also, I don't make over a million dollars, my apologies to all the diggers out there.
You should message me if
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If you're someone who encompasses a passion that can overtake you, who revels in the spontaneous beauty of life and also inhabits an insatiable need to fill your mind, if you understand that a scientific theory is essentially fact, if you grow your own food, have hipster tendencies, can talk in fake accents, read for fun, are an egalitarian, you're unique, you occasionally skip while walking down the street, play on playgrounds, you read xkcd, you'll break into dance when you're overcome, if you are a fan of Carl Sagan, if this resonates with you or if this excites you.

If you have no appreciation for art, lost the ability to laugh after falling off the monkey bars, believe in supernatural beings, poor grammar/spelling mean nothing to you, complained about writing a self-summary, need me to complete you or if you want to be worshiped.

There are so many of you, so much beauty, so much passion, so much...insanity. And I alone am supposed to find the one, the you, that embodies the compliment to everything I am?

This is a delicate dance, please do not wait for me to stumble upon your amazingness. Be daring, shoot me a message or simply a hello and I will find you amongst this chaos. Not to mention whenever I log in and my message icon is pink this is my reaction.