I never know quite what to write, so, let's call this a
I'm a 28 year old male, and I've just taken a new job in
Evansville. Guess I'd like to try and meet some people, since I'm
new to the area. Computer guy, as my day job, though I do freelance
photography on occasion as well. I'm a bit of a mix, and pretty
cool and well dressed for a self-described nerd. I'm kind, chatty,
and come off more serious than I really am. Honestly, I love to
laugh. I'm the elusive INTP (or architect) since a lot of people
seem to know about those types on this site.
What I’m doing with my life
Finally feel like my life is a bit settled. Have a full-time career
sort of job, and have my own business as a sort of, backup
plan\horizon broadener. Finally gotten my degree settled, even if
it's just an associates. Lately, I've been trying to work out with
solid regularity and get in shape, I'm a tad thin but still fit. I
spend my free time doing painting, photography, reading, hiking,
playing games of many kinds (mostly board games, occasionally on
the PC) and studying science, art, and history.
I’m really good at
Those are strong words... but I'm decent at; making cocktails,
reading people, photography, having great conversations, teaching
people photography, abductive reasoning (look it up holmes), being
a human encyclopedia of useless knowledge, painting miniatures,
making the right joke at the right time (sometimes the entirely
wrong one), knowing different alphabets, getting people to open up
to me, driving a stickshift, MagicEye puzzles, MarioKart 64.
If you can find, and understood the joke hidden in there, props to
The first things people usually notice about me
Usually my eyes or my name, maybe my face? I'm often told I have
very pretty eyes, which are sort of teal. I get told I dress nicely
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books - Cosmos, Emily Dickinson's collected works, Sherlock Holmes,
The Hobbit and Lord of The Rings, Hacking The Art of Exploitation,
Lauren Greenfield's THIN, EA Wallis Budge anything, The Fall of
Reach, Douglas Adams books. I read a *lot* of computer books for
the work I do.
Movies/Shows - Any Doctor Who. Futurama, Old Star Wars,
Equillibrium, Lord of The Rings (extended), Star Trek, Hitchhiker's
Guide to the Galaxy, Indiana Jones, Team America World Police, Iron
Man/Avengers/Captain America, Top Gear, Constantine, Batman
Begins/The Dark Knight, Harry Potter (esp. 3 and 5), Dodgeball,
Parks and Rec, The Lego Movie, I mostly love comedies and action (I
get enough stress in real life), more I will no doubt think of
Music - Lately getting into a lot of blues rock\folk\bluegrass
(mumford, black keys, cash, white stripes, RL burnside, lots more!)
I also enjoy what's called trip-hop or acid jazz, kind of a
Food - There are lots of things I like, (suppose, things I don't
like too) but I'll try pretty much anything. Seems like I never get
sushi as often as I'd like though...
The six things I could never do without
1.Family and Friends 2.My mind 3.A computer or two 4.Books 5.Music
I spend a lot of time thinking about
(In no order) Art, Peace, My Place in the world, Science, The
future, Justice, People I care about, The environment, Trying not
to convert to the dark side.
On a typical Friday night I am
No idea! I don't know the area so I haven't really settled into a
routine yet. I am liking the live music at Lamasco's though.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Well, I tend to get along well with grad students and bi girls,
though I am clearly neither of those things.
I'm not sure why I'm on this site. I met two incredible women on
this site long ago, made great friends, maybe I'll get lucky and
meet someone cool again. Never dated either of them, but I don't
mind. We're close friends still, going on 6 years later.
You should message me if
You think you'd like to chat, are curious, or anything like that.
Be warned I am me, no more no less.