I'm a tall-ish skinny nerdy INTJ extroverted-introvert dude that lives and works in downtown Minneapolis. I enjoy art, graphic design, video game design, technology, science, vegetarian cooking, organization, biking, living minimally, and playing piano. I don't drink, smoke, do any kinds of drugs, or follow any sort of religion. In a girl, I'm looking for someone who lives in the Minneapolis-St.Paul area, and who also shares similar interests. I value toughness, responsiveness, awareness, intelligence, and independence.
Here's the long version:
I am a calm and collected, nerdy, designery, extroverted-introvert. An INTJ and somewhat of a loner, too. My extroverted side makes me quite talkative to everyone, even strangers. The introverted side makes me prefer the company of only one or a couple friends at a time. Drinking, smoking, and drugs are all things I am not a part of. I'm fine being around people who drink a little, but I can not be around smokers due to allergies and the fact that it's just gross. I do not follow any religion or faith. I'm using this website to seek out a like-minded girl interested in hanging out in Minneapolis during the week doing nerdy gamery/movie stuff, attending events, walks, bicycling, or whatever activities we both enjoy.
Phyiscally, I'm 5'10" and skinny. Nutrition and getting out riding or walking several times a week are important to me. My lifestyle is clean and minimal. I enjoy cooking and experimenting with random foods.
My life is more stable that it's ever been before. I live alone, independently and work full time downtown. I do not own a car, and instead bike everywhere (even in the winter) and using public transit. I love cool, breezy times of year when it rains and storms.
Art, technology, and design (web/graphic/game) are three critically important aspects of my life. They are what I do professionally and in my spare time. I also do Twitch broadcasting.
I am also very opinionated on just about every subject. However, unlike most opinionated people, I have a good gauge of appropriateness and tact to avoid coming off as a jerk (to put it nicely).