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6′ 1″ (1.85m)
Body Type
Strictly vegan
Other, and laughing about it
Taurus, and it’s fun to think about
Graduated from university
Art / Music / Writing
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Doesn’t have kids
Has cats

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My self-summary
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I'm me- a geeky, athletic, musical, intelligent, wonderfully cooking, fire-spinning cat; an honest, open, sharing, nature loving ninja activist, who is fun, outgoing, reserved, incredible in bed {:P not to be crude but imo- there is no point in keeping the truth, or ourselves, all bottled up) and just ready to put aside illusion and appreciate life! A contradiction of unexpected combinations, looking for a cute, sexy, or nice girl who is looking to have fun and hang out with the nicest guy on the planet! d: I'm honest, straight forward, and fun to be around; plus, I am a talented musician, artist, dancer, fire spinner, chef, tai chi instructor, and athlete (and bowler lol). Looking to share what i have to offer, with someone really awesome, cuz we only live once- this time around anyhow :P
What I’m doing with my life
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I am a prolific musician and artist who has traveled the entire world and nearly died in the process due to shoestring budget {but cats have 9 lives!!!) with 3 BAs from Antioch college and (what I hope is) a wealth of experience beyond the simplicity of higher education. I have a business as a music instructor and supplement this baking for a vegan bakery as unfortunately music is a fickle business! I am an incredible chef and would like to one day open a restaurant/yoga/tai chi studio, but being the identical twin that i am, i'm looking for the right partner to share the journey with. I'm much more settled than I have been most of my adult life- I think I'm finally returning to my Taurus stereotype and realizing I'm most comfortable being grounded. I feel love for everyone (though so often disappointed with the state of society) and thus I've spent much of my life trying to connect with people, but in some ways I'll always be a loner. According to the Celestine Prophesy, I'm an aloof tendency (which seems to make sense), so I work really hard at not being that. I think honesty and communication are key and I try to find balance. I do work on many projects (hopefully not too many) so my productive time is very important to me. I'm in a couple rock bands, which really I'm trying to get off the ground as I'm no longer in the group that seemed to be having the most success. Oh well... they were homophobic; there was nothing I could do. The singer ended up quitting over it and hopefully soon you will see our new group playing somewhere. I do my thing but I want to be someone my freinds can count on, too. I try hard to be a good person; I'd say i like to make people happy. namaste!!!
I’m really good at
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music, cooking, making people laugh, art, writing, understanding the human element of history, digesting complicated information and making it simple, tai chi, winning imaginary chips sitting here playing poker on FB (one day I'll go to the Horseshoe and see if I can do it with real money lol), basketball and soccer, thinking about my existence, making and spinning fire, giving multiple orgasms, smiling, being a goof, and sharing good times- many other things also, but don't let me spoil the suspense!!!
The first things people usually notice about me
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i look literally half my age... oh yes and probably my waist long dreads ;)
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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celestine prophesy, the once and future king, the dancing wu li masters, quantum reality, edgar allen poe; sherlock holmes (which was actually based upon poe's real life detective style newspaper writings), Shel Silverstein, the neverending story, dr. suess since i used to live in the Lorax house in Eugene where he wrote that book, most steinbeck, neil gaiman! (and any comic on vertigo)- Death the High Cost of Living is the greatest anything ever and Dave McKean and Chris Bachalo are my art idols, Star Trek!!! the secret life of machines, are you being served, taxi, harry potter, any indie rock, the cure, the smiths, VU, sonic youth, le tigre, guided by voices, yo la tengo, modest mouse, empire of the sun, silversun pickups.-------- the swirlies(!!!); STEREOLAB; STEREOLAB; STEREOLAB; the knife (and Fever Ray!); polvo, SUNNY DAY REAL ESTATE; faith no more; the Police (saw them on their final tour loved them since a little kid in the 80s); reggae from the wailers to the clash to steel pulse and all between, Toots and the Maytals (was on stage with them once at reggae on the river when i was art director a personal highlight i guess:); drum and bass like LTJ Bukem or DJ Shadow, or older stuff like Art of Noise; old school hip-hop; especially Grandmaster Melle Mel; shoot the list of what i don't like would be shorter...

I first read on the road the first time i was living on the road, but then realized i had to quit turning pages of the book and start turning pages of my life. Cannery row has a more historical perspective on the subject matter imo. My twin brother and i are probably the only people on earth to go on sonic youth tour and we listened to their album MADE IN USA as we drove across the country- it was one of the few tapes we had in the car; (and i just dated myself by saying tape, didn't i...) i've never seen the movie but coincidentally enough, it must have something to do with brothers, as half of the songs on the album seem to. I actually appreciate reading David Iche and probably read way too much about the illuminati and conspiracies. A.C. Clarke, Isaac Asimov, and Kurt Vonnegut predicted the future (Ray Bradbury too come to think of it). Check out Asimov's non-fiction if you like to know things... I had gotten to the point in my life where I mainly read books on meditation and zen philosophy (Tao te Ching is my favorite book ever), until I sarcastically read the first page of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone... and then i was hooked, for i grew up reading fantasy novels (and Judy Bloom) and actually went to Hogwarts (only in real life it was called Antioch College). Still, i mainly read non-fiction (i'm a bit of a history buff, and i can explain most of history from the perspective of how people lived and what they felt, things that have changed little for the most part) because i feel that knowing stuff about the world makes it a better place; i'm funny like that. Oh yeah, and Calvin and Hobbes.

My favorite anime is Utena Revolutionary Girl. Its by the same people who made Sailor Moon, but Utena kicks ass and the whole theme is about overcoming fucked up gender roles. fuck gender roles. I just love Howl's Moving Castle too; i used to have a fire demon, but i set him loose in Montana and he burned down a GMO forest (creepy looking place). Hopefully he returns one day. My ex and I took some of Pele's obsidian from the lava flow on the big isle (including one with some creepy Lord of the Rings writing on it) and later, back on the mainland, I read that Pele puts a curse on those who take her rocks... Bonnie, if yr reading this, TAKE THEM BACK!!! I found a way to turn this around on Pele though, so its all good for now (no its not actually the last farm we lived on is now burning under molten lava), just so long as we get that one back to her eventually. I don't like to break my promises. This has little to do now with books or media (sometimes i ramble, wherefore i can appreciate the non-sequitur...)
The six things I could never do without
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my cat, my guitar, vegan food, love, tai chi, people to share good times with...
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.

today its been:
at this very moment
there are more people alive on planet Earth than all those who have ever died in the history of the World put together. contemplate that
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
having fun! i don't get caught up on the details.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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i don't like to say no
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