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31 M Duluth, GA

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Last Online
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6′ 0″ (1.83m)
Body Type
A little extra
Mostly anything
Dropped out of university
Rather not say
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Has a kid, but doesn’t want more
Likes dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently), C++ (Poorly), French (Poorly)

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My self-summary
I am laughably bad at self-summaries as a whole. I end up spending more of my time and energy thinking about and trying to understand those around me that I tend to ignore whatever state I happen to be in. As a result, whenever I come across something like that I almost always treat it as a resumé and fear that I either come across as someone whom I am not or I list simple and/or short facts that hold little to no personality or meaningful qualities about who I am.

The past five years of my life have been an unhappy lot. They started out well enough. I was living in a small town up in Minnesota managing small business, my 'dream job' if you will. I was in the process of starting up a family and things were going exceeding well. A series of events then unfolded that have left me find in a hard position both emotionally and financially. As a result I have spent the last two years avoiding most contact with others, save that which was required of me through working.

I ended up making an account on here after a long time friend from high-school has had great success here. I am less here on a quest for a mate, and more on here just to pretend that I haven't given up completely on this aspects of my life (as depressing of a person that makes me out to be). It is easy, affords space, and isn't pressing on my time.

In a recent attempt to work further improving my life, I have moved to Duluth from North Florida. I had friends and family down in that area, but the potential for growth is very small. Ever since managing the card shop in Minnesota I've been working towards practical self-employment. North Florida is not the place for that. I also figured a more drastic change in scenery would do me good.

What I’m doing with my life
Self improvement, or attempts there in.

I've picked up my love of music by relearning instruments of ol' as well as picking up entirely new musical devices. I am generally surrounded my musical instruments when sitting about at home and am usually fiddling around with my keyboard or guitar as I sit at my computer. Recently I was given an old, seemingly hand made, beat up violin that I'm going to start working on fixing up. My hopes are not too high, it is in terrible shape and I am no luthier.

Getting my private business off the ground (though on hold during my recent move). Granted, all that is left is redoing my tax paperwork for GA as opposed to FL.

Working an online job for the time being that can drive people bonkers.

I feel as though I should have more to say, but alas, I do not.
I’m really good at
Much of my youth was spent dealing with gaming in one form or another. As a result, I've picked up a number of skills related to them. This includes digital games as well as more traditional styled card and board games. I enjoy learning the new systems and how to work within those systems to maximize my output. I also enjoy working with, or directly against, others within those guidelines. As such I've run tournaments for Magic for a few years up in Minnesota, played countless days of DnD like games as either a PC or GM, enjoyed a great many hours of online gaming with a few good friends, and even gotten to a competitive level in technical know-how and yomi in 1v1 styled fighting games.

Yet while I have really enjoyed such things for a great many years, and am still able to get completely lost within them, I have not found them as fulfilling in the more recent years of my life. Don't get me wrong, I still find them very fun to play with and against friends, or to just lose myself within. It just doesn't have nearly the pull as it once did.

Oh, and I guess you could say I'm good at music. I wouldn't go so far as to say 'good', but others who have heard me messing around generally enjoy listening.
The first things people usually notice about me
I stick out like a sore thumb.

It is not that I seek attention or to be different from those around me. Instead I simply do not care to spend time or energy in trying to fit in with everyone else.

Or so, I've been told.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I find myself more entertained and seeking out active forms entertainment like; playing games, making music, creating stories or plots. It isn't easy for me to sit in front of a T.V. for hours and just passively 'absorb' whatever is being shown to me, instead my mind has to take a part and act/interact. As a result I seldom will just plop myself down with a book or show for long before I start to fidget and find something else for my mind to do.

As strange as this may be, but I often have a hard time listening to most music. There are generally three distinct types of music I'll actively listen to:
• Something I enjoying playing and can really wrap my head around. This is generally Jazz, Blues, or 'Classical'.
• Something I am at a complete lose to perform that tends to draw my attention as I try listening to and keeping up with all the parts going on at once.
• Then there are things I've never really heard before. Something new and creative that I can discover. Down in Florida I'd spend my time at work listening to the local college station that was known for putting literally anything on the air.

While I enjoy eating, I'm not the best cook (I once had a toaster catch fire). Whenever I get to a stove and start cooking something I'll end up adding whatever is nearby, which doesn't often turn out well. Sure, I can look up recipes and follow instructions, but I'd rather experiment and find things out for myself. As for eating? Just about anything. If I've never had it before, I'm willing to try it. I do, however, really like Pasta, Cheese, and Shrimp.

Sci-fi and Fantasy novels tend to be what I'll read through. That or instructional manuals/school books.

Only reason I've been out to see movies was to hang out with friends. In such cases I don't care much for what is being watched and the only reason to pay much attention is for the conversations after the movie. If sitting around and I feel like watching something myself it tends to be sci-fi or fantasy.

I gave up watching T.V. many years ago and I feel better about myself for it. I'll still pick up and watch a few episodes of 'this' and 'that' depending on what looks like it may be interesting, but few things really stick. Though I've no issue keeping up with a couple shows via CrunchyRoll, and really enjoyed stuff like Farscape and Firefly.
The six things I could never do without
The basics of Maslow's hierarchy of needs. Then music, learning/discovering, and time for self reflection. The rest I've learned how to manage without, but having the internet is pretty awesome.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
My mind tends to wander. I spend a good deal of time thinking, but it is not often limited to a set subject.
On a typical Friday night I am
My day to day schedule is completely up in the air right now, so Fridays tend to be about the same as any other day of the week for me.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 22–34
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
You should message me if you want to message me.