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entropyfan

33 M Little Rock, AR

My Details

Last Online
Yesterday – 5:53pm
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
White
Height
6′ 1″ (1.85m)
Body Type
Diet
Smokes
No
Drinks
Socially
Drugs
Never
Religion
Agnosticism, and laughing about it
Sign
Capricorn, but it doesn’t matter
Education
Graduated from two-year college
Job
Medicine
Income
Rather not say
Relationship Status
Seeing Someone
Relationship Type
Offspring
Pets
Likes dogs and has cats
Speaks
English (Fluently), Spanish (Poorly)

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My self-summary
I hold quite liberal values. While not intentionally conforming to one particular way of thinking, I tend to be so far to the left that I have to practice in private. I may, quite possibly, take to wearing a mask to protect my identity and the safety of my loved ones should I ever choose to throw my hat into the political arena.

I have a lot of compassion for people in general. Empathy can go a long way towards solving both personal/private and political/global problems. Peace, love, and understanding.

This section (and entire profile for that matter) has recently been edited for length, as most people claim it was too in-depth for them to digest... stay tuned to this currently evolving profile for further changes.

I am liberal, compassionate, and adventurous
What I’m doing with my life
I recently graduated from RN school after spending the last several years working as an LPN. I'm continuing my education in the hopes of becoming an advance practice nurse. I work full-time in addition to taking classes full-time, but I still manage to have enough down-time to enjoy life.

Going into healthcare was the product of years of contemplation, and semesters of taking classes I didn't need and skipping many of those classes. I've always loved learning, but hated going to school. What a dichotomy. My true passions lay with sociology, anthropology (primarily cultural... anthropology is not limited to digging in the dirt), and history. But jobs are very limited in those fields. I'm not sure that teaching and writing books is something I would be content with doing for the rest of my life, and philanthropy is not something one which one can easily sustain oneself. However, it is the of the utmost importance for me to be able to help people in some capacity with my career. Nursing not only provides that opportunity, but also with the chance to travel, to make a decent wage, and to expand my knowledge a great deal in the process. Maybe the transmogrification of youthful exuberance isn't such an awful thing after all.
I’m really good at
Procrastination is my one true tallent. It's in my blood.

I've been told that I'm decent at playing the devil's advocate. I do enjoy a good debate, but contrary to popular belief I'm rarely playing devil's advocate. It's just that my own opinions usually differ from the mainstream.
The first things people usually notice about me
People generally tell me about my smile or my eyes.

People also seem to notice my accent. I do have one, but most people in this area can't seem to place it. I was once asked with great frequency where I was from, even though I've lived in Arkansas all of my life. Sadly, if I go as far north as Missouri, people always ask "Oh, you're from Arkansas, aren't you?"

A girl I work with also notices how I tend to say "inebriated" when I mean "drunk" or "toe up," as she puts it.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
(a) I don't read nearly as much as I used to, although I do enjoy it quite a bit. I'm more likely to be looking at a text book these days than reading something else (even though I don't study as much as I should). I've always had a love for short stories; dying art form that it is. I also like non-fiction. For many years I've had a long list in my head of things I'd like to read, but it doesn't seem to be getting any shorter.

(b) I don't like a majority of the movies that are released, and I hate listing "favorites" when it comes to anything. I do like movies that challenge me on some level, whether it be a movie that is complex and keeps me on my toes in order to follow, or something that challenges me intellectually/philosophically/emotionally.

(c) Again, I hate listing favorites. Ask me if you're interested, and I'll send you a list of my iTunes library. Some of my favorite music has rock roots. I like gritty sounds with interesting rhythms, time signatures, and riffs. Again, I like things that are a little challenging in some way. I attend attend underground metal shows occasionally, but also listen to a radio station that plays jazz at night, and stream a classical station from San Francisco on my computer. I'm not interested in most things that are popular on the radio, but can usually handle classic rock stations because there's enough Floyd, Hendrix, and Zeppelin thrown in to make up for the ones I don't like.

(d) When it comes to food, I always keep an open mind and try to expose myself to new things. There are few things that I truly hate, although tea and lima beans would be two of the few. I try to eat a lot of fruits and vegetables, and I'm trying to decrease my intake of red meat, although I'm far from a fitness guru. I love Chinese. I like Mexican/Latino with a good margarita. I like fish, seafood, and sushi. If it's a little offbeat, I'd love to try it. I also really enjoy wine, although I'm probably classifiable as a novice when it comes to tasting.
The six things I could never do without
I've discovered that there are a great deal of things I could do without in my life... even the things listed below. But I'll play along.

1. My family: While I don't know that I ever "took them for granted" in the traditional sense, I've discovered first hand that not everyone is as lucky as I have been in terms of family. Even people I know who are relatively close to their family members.

2. My music collection: Music has always been my companion, and I'm enthusiastic about both studio releases and live music (bootlegs). I had a pretty extensive CD collection, but I'm converting to digital mainly for convenience with economic factors running a close second. Some people really bemoan that, but I've come to see it as a forfeiting of the material aspect of the hobby. After all, it's really about the music... right?

3. National Public Radio: If you don't know what NPR is, do yourself a favor and find out which of your local radio stations carry NPR programming. While it's important to keep in mind that when it comes to news you will always be getting a slanted view, I believe that the people at NPR do their best to be as "fair and balanced" as possible (to steal a line from the people at the Fox News Channel). In fact, NPR is about the only place I get my news now, save from browsing headlines on the internet from time to time. Even some of the more tollerable news sources on television have become as desirable to me as Fox News after experiencing the type of programming on NPR.

4. God, I'm really struggling with this one. I believe this one is going to remain half-finished for the foreseeable future.
On a typical Friday night I am
...enjoying my last night off before going back to work for the weekend.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 21–40
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends
You should message me if
You made it through everything I wrote, and found it intriguing. Or if you think I might find you intriguing. Or just for the hell of it.

Also, I'd like to do an electric conversion on an internal combustion vehicle. If anyone can help me plug in my car, PLEASE don't be shy. I really don't know the first thing about auto mechanics. Don't make me take classes to learn how to do this.

It has been brought to my attention that there is a typo somewhere on this profile. Where's Waldo?