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  • Ages 25–46
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My details

Last online
Aug 3
5′ 8″ (1.73m)
Body Type
Christianity, but not too serious about it
Cancer, and it’s fun to think about
Working on two-year college
Likes dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently)
My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
I am a self-described, and unapologetic geek. From Sci-fi to Anime, to comic books, I love it all. Despite that, I still like sports (which is a bit of an anomaly to my usual circle of friends).
I enjoy walking, whether it be hiking (something I don't get to do enough of) or urban exploration.
I usually run every night, and I use it as a meditation.
I do tend to think (some would say over-think) a lot, and tend to day dream, and let my mind wander.
I love having hours-long, rabbit trailing conversations about everything and nothing at all.
I have an affinity for eastern philosophy, primarily Tao, and like to see how it balances with my western faith.
I love amusement parks, and go whenever, and wherever I can. Disneyland is a natural favorite, but I have developed a place in my heart for Silverwood, thanks to it's location.
I seem to be amazing at picking people for my friends, but I'm rubbish at finding that special someone for me.

I am philosophical, loyal, and nerdy
What I’m doing with my life
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Right now, I'm sort of restructuring my life. I'm going back to school, to get a degree in Engineering, with the long term, pie in the sky goal to design amusement attractions ( Specifically, for an ear-centric multinational, but anything short will be pretty darned amazing, as well.) I'm making a conscious effort to get into shape, and I am now in better condition than I was in High school, and I'm getting better every day. I'm planning on moving in a month or two, and when I do, I'll be jettisoning almost all the dreck I've amassed over the last couple of decades. I have realized I'm a bit of a pack-rat, and will be fixing that. I plan to look back ten years from now, and be in a very different place than I am now.

Most importantly, I'm looking to live and enjoy my life, each moment as if it were a lifetime.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
figuring things out. I am very much a "focus on the solution, not the problem" kind of person. I'm also very good at taking people talents and strengths, and finding the place they can be best utilized.

I can usually calm people down pretty well.

I can usually find exactly the right cliche, movie quote, or song lyric for any situation (this comes from being a well rounded geek.)

(also, I'm good at speaking parenthetically..)

I'm also good at teaching people how to beat me at card and board games.
The first things people usually notice about me
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My eyes. I have very intense, deep blue eyes. I've been told they are my best physical feature. The rest tends to change without notice.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Where to begin. I read a LOT. I spend at least thirty minutes a night reading. I go through trends when it comes to what I read, and currently I'm reading a lot of alternate history fiction and fantasy. In general, my tastes tend toward classic Sci-Fi, fantasy, historical fiction, military fiction, and short story cyberpunk anthologies. My favorite authors include Harry Turtledove, Robert Heinlein, Ray Bradbury, Anne McCaffrey, Terry Pratchett, Terry Goodkind, and while I like Neil Gaiman's work, it was more pushed on me (love it, or else), than an actual preference. I recently finished reading the "Kushiel's Legacy" series by Jacqueline Carey, and I devoured the entire "Percy Jackson and the Olympians" series in about 10 days (spread out over a month or so, with about a half dozen other books in between). I used to be an avid Comic book reader, and I will still go down to the comic shop to catch up on the latest story lines. Matt Wagner's "Grendel" is just about my favorite comic.

I can't say I have a favorite movie. I have an insane amount of movies that I really like, and they range from classic comedies, to Sci-fi, to romatic comedies, to military films. the thing about me and movies is, I like what I like. A movie can be crap, but if it strikes a chord with me, I love it. Likewise, a movie can be made perfectly, but if it doesn't do anything for me, I just shrug it off. Movies I own include the "Pirates of the Caribbean" series, Star Wars, Iron Man, the Cutting edge, Singles, Top Gun, the Crow, and so on, and so on...
Mr. Baseball, Hackers, Heartbreak Ridge, and the new "Star Trek" are my cinematic "comfort food", movies that though they aren't masterworks, I can just put on, and quote word for word, even if I'm not actually watching it.
I used to watch a lot of Anime, and I still love watching Animation. I also have recently gotten into the Asian Drama scene.
As far as television goes, the only three shows I actually watch on a regular basis are "Lie To Me", "Chuck", and "the Biggest Loser". I'm still pretty huge into Battlestar Galactica, and re-watch "Dark Angel", "Coupling", and "Coffee Prince" regularly on DVD. I'm also looking at picking up "Emergency!" on DVD, just to refresh my childhood glee. I'm finally getting caught up on "Smallville", and have had the frakking theme song stuck in my head for a while now...

Musically, I decided to do something a little different. A few years ago, Starbucks did a cd series called "Artists Choice: Music that Matters to Them", and several of my friends and I decided to go ahead and do something similar. We Compiled CDs of the 20 most significant songs to us. Not necessarily our 20 favorite songs, but the 20 most significant songs in our lives. So, I figure I'll just list mine here. Each song has a story behind it, but you'll have to message me to find out what it is. (I'm also listing it in the track order on the CD)

1) "the Imperial March" by John Williams
2) "Blue Monday" by New Order
3) "Play the Game" by Motorhed
4) "Paint It Black" by the Rolling Stones
5) "Crazy" by Seal
6)"Liar, Liar!" by B'z
7) "In the Ghetto" by Elvis Presley
8) "Batman Theme/ into the Batcave" by Danny Elfman
9) "Shades of Gray" by the Monkees
10)"Speed" by Montgomery Gentry
11) "Possession" by Sarah McLachlan
12) "Angel Eyes" by the Jeff Healey Band
13) "Cry in the Sun" Better than Ezra
14) "Tokidoki Blue" by Yuka Tachibana
15) "Live Like You Were Dying" Tim McGraw
16) "I Feel Good (I Got You) by James Brown
17) "Saturday in the Park" by Chicago
18) "Paradise City" by Guns 'N Roses
19) "Walkin' After Midnight" By Patsy Cline
20) "Posse on Broadway" by Sir Mix-A-Lot

Food wise, Italian, Mexican, Chinese, Japanese, American. I honestly think food is the least adventurous place in my life. I also tend to be a "meatatarian".
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
1) Imagination. I love daydreaming.
2) Cuddling. Being alone is fine, and I enjoy wandering off by my oneseys to think, but in the end, it's great to have someone to just wrap in my arms and hold .
3) Books. I need to read.
4) Friends. we all need them, after all.
5) Physical activity. I go nuts if I just sit for prolonged periods.
6) My sight.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Life, the Universe, and everything. I try to look at life philosophically, and I will spend hours just thinking on random stuff, and contemplating what has gone on over the last day, week, etc., and about what's coming up, and where life is taking me.

How to simplify my life, and how to make me a better me.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Playing "Rock Band" with my friends. We have a band, "Inflaitable Pantz" (Just got Lego Rock Band, and our band on that game is "Bacon Prism"), and we're not very good, but it's fun, and we go out to the Rock for pizza afterward. If I'm not rockin' out with fake drums, I'm at the Kangaroo & Kiwi, drinking a Strongbow, and watching some footy (Australian Rules football).
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I say "Frak" a lot.

"alot" as opposed to "a lot" irritates the living hell out of me.

I tend to write emails in "redneck", complete with "y'all", and leaving the 'g' off of words ending in 'g'.

Despite the cartoons and comic books, I can actually be a grown-up, and do grown-up things, like theatre and art museums, without being a social liability.

although these are more quirks, than anything really damning. The damning stuff, my friends admit for me.
You should message me if
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You aren't afraid to make the first move.
You can handle roller-coasters.
I don't have to explain the rules to you at an M's game.
You would be interested in meeting for real eventually.

And most importantly, you like what you've seen and/or read so far.