aeroliths
32 Seattle, WA
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My self-summary
I don't think that a brief online summary can really give you any idea of who a person is. So why limit myself? I would prefer to avoid stagnation and live outside the boundaries of definition.

Let's get weird.
What I’m doing with my life
Not taking myself seriously at all - yet being very dedicated and serious about everything that i do. My life is a constant dichotomy and I love it!

Current interests include: Playing with my band; making art projects; learning to cook delicious and healthy food; exploring the abandoned towns, buildings, and mines of Washington; trying to spend more time in the forest; writing; exercise; getting lost; meditation; creating sigils and magick jars; beach fires; camp fires; and of course reading and discovering new music!
I’m really good at
Only answering the questions that I feel like answering.
The first things people usually notice about me
I think that on first impression I can come across as a little quiet and reserved - until I burst into fits of outrageous spontaneity. Oh, and I'm also very polite, which is an attribute that I'm quite proud of.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
"Incidentally, there exists an ancient and honorable exemplar for the attitude of our own culture toward music, a model to which the players of the Glass Bead Game look back with great veneration. We recall that in the legendary China of the Old Kings, music was accorded a dominant place in state and court. It was held that if music throve, all was well with culture and morality and with the kingdom itself. The music masters were required to be the strictest guardians of the original purity of the "venerable keys." If music decayed, that was taken as a sure sign of the downfall of the regime and the state. The poets told horrific fables about the forbidden, diabolic, heaven-offending keys, such as the Tsing Shang key, and Tsing Tse, the "music of decline"; no sooner were these wicked notes struck in the Royal Palace than the sky darkened, the walls trembled and collapsed, and kingdom and sovereign went to their doom."
The six things I could never do without
In no particular order...

1. My friends
2. Coffee
3. A guitar of some sort
4. Music
5. Books
6. Weird adventures and awesome life experiences
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How I can reconcile the fact that I don't really believe in ghosts but I very much want to investigate and explore haunted houses. Also, trying to figure out the most cost effective way to get to Antarctica.
On a typical Friday night I am
At home working on projects. Maybe out at shows. Maybe playing a show at a super fun house party. Maybe cooking dinner with buddies. Who knows!? I don't specifically reserve "friday night" for going out. I may go out to the bar on Monday night, play a rad metal show on Wednesday, and spend friday night listening to Connie Francis and baking cookies.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm willing to admit anything and everything - and there's probably a lot. You just have to engage me in person.
You should message me if
You don't take yourself too seriously. If you have an absurd sense of humour. If you're interested in things that most everyone else thinks are really weird. Honestly, I'm rather skeptical about this "online dating" thing and I'm not entirely sure what I'm hoping to get out of it. I would honestly be satisfied if I just met some new people or got an interesting conversation over coffee or beer. Bring it on.
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