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53 Sunnyvale, CA Man


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I’m looking for

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  • Ages 35–50
  • Near me
  • For long-term dating, short-term dating

My details

Last online
Today – 1:14pm
6′ 2″ (1.88m)
Body Type
Taurus, and it’s fun to think about
Dropped out of two-year college
Likes dogs and has cats
English (Fluently)
My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
5/14 pet peve update:

I have flown a helicopter over the Golden Gate. I have seen
Formula One racing close up. I have been to the Air Races many times. I have taken a week long trip in a Cessna
172. I have spent countless hours mountain biking, roller
skating, skate boarding, downhill skiing and motorcycling. I
have a job I LOVE and the coolest cats on the planet. But something
is missing here... hmmm??? What could it be?

Possibly a caring, sexy, sensuous, smart, sassy, sarcastic member
of the softer sex to complete the picture? Someone who actually has
fashion sense and knows how to put 2 colors together. Someone who
needs to get outside and exercise and hates the gym. Someone who
loves nature and science and sustainability. Maybe someone who
loves cars but feels too guilty to drive a fast one or an SUV
because those days are so OVER for this planet. Someone who thinks
about stuff like what society and mass media are doing to the
evolution of the human race. Not to mention what it means for their
own happiness.

I am some combination of MacGuyver, House, and Spock
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
6/26/14 - Someone asked me what I want from OKC

That has been a moving target for the 10 years I have been on OKC. It still remains a moving target. And forming expectations has proven to be a really bad idea. I don't read men's profiles, and a lot of the women put down these long and detailed descriptions of exactly what they want. In my experience what they end up with bares no resemblance to what they wrote. But perhaps it comforted them to write it in the first place. Yeah, it appears I managed to dodge the question entirely. I can say this. For those who say "she is not my type"; people really don't have a type. And you can imagine what you want to find, but when the "one" comes along, that all goes out the window.

6/12/14 - I finally tried to write down something I have been thinking for years tonight:

I don't have the math and science expertise to substantiate any theory or "gut feeling" I may have. But my instinct that has formed hearing many of these various theories is pretty close to Smolin's. My feeling is that black holes at some point expel matter into other dimensions. And these parallel universes are forming and emptying all the time on a MASSIVE time scale. It so happens that OUR neighborhood is possibly much larger than the puny ones smaller black holes may form. Our universe's "big bang" probably sprang from another universe's very large super black hole event. Of course that still begs the question about the real original creation event. But what I like about this vision, is that it is elegant and cyclic the way nature tends to work. And who is to say that matter doesn't leave our universe all the time via gravity wells (black holes), and matter feeds our universe all the time via mechanisms yet to be discovered. The notion that things sprang into being from one impossibly dense source is pretty implausible (to be kind). Then again.. what do I know?

Be nice if I had the math/science chops to prove it :-(

I really enjoy a matinee. A day trip to the hills with a picnic
basket and the mountain bikes is the best thing ever. If you like
small planes, helicopters and hot air balloons then we have
another thing in common. I tend to prefer the hot weather to

I am a geek because my job requires it but I don't wear a pocket
protector. I am what some would call "handy" since I can take most
things apart and even put them back together most of the

I don't watch or follow football, soccer or hockey. I don't follow
baseball either but I'm not above going to the occasional game. I
do enjoy a lot of different motor sports including Pro Rally
and Formula One but I'm not addicted.

I would rather go to Monterey Bay Aquarium or a science museum than a sporting event as a rule. I am way too in love with the ritual of
Starbucks... not the coffee so much but the ritual. You will help
break me of that addiction.. or feed it ;-)
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I discovered early that I'm a fixer. I take stuff apart and put it back together. And that can be a metaphor for a lot of things too. I'm an advanced tool user which has benefits in many areas of life ;-) I'm also pretty good at affection. Does that mean I'm in touch with my feminine side? I have the gift with computers which explains my job. I'm pretty good at cycling and I really enjoy the smells and sights more and more.
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
Don't the girls always look at the shoes? ;-)
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
Movie: Blade Runner, Collateral, Heat, Never Cry Wolf, iRobot, The Island, The Pirates trilogy, Batman Begins, The English Patient, Saving Private Ryan and a growing collection of sappy sentimental titles. I loved Lincoln. The Craig Bond films are awesome. And thanks to Food, Inc. I may never eat again.

Music: Tangerine Dream, Coltrane, Miles, Vangelis and a whole lot of classical, rock and pop. I also seem to have a huge number of soundtracks in my collection.

Food: Anything served at Hard Rock Cafe so far. For some reason I have never had much of a taste for curry. I recently discovered I like sushi a lot more that I realized.

Books: I have a lot of computer tech books and a lot of Sci Fi. I seem to have a lot Arthur C. Clarke. I could never really get into Asimov. I can't get into stuff like Harry Potter or Lord of The Rings. I would like a partner who would push me to get into the classics more. Maybe some reading aloud would be fun.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
My Savannah Cats to make me crazy
A Bicycle to keep me sane
Android/Mac/Linux to bring home the bacon
Bose-Einstein Condensate to keep the beer cold
The Higgs Boson to help explain the behavior of my Savannah cats
An Einstein-Rosen Bridge for a quick getaway
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Not here, there are people listening ;-)

But I do spend a lot of time contemplating how Savannah cats have so much ability to OWN their keepers. The little bastards are a hazard.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Passed out in the chair with 30+ pounds of cats asleep in my lap.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I said NOT here, what ARE you deaf?? ;-)
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over.
Your looking for support, loyalty, honesty, mutual pleasure, autonomy, communication, oh and you probably should love animals.