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26 M Indianapolis, IN

My Details

Last Online
Yesterday – 5:52pm
6′ 0″ (1.83m)
Body Type
Agnosticism, and somewhat serious about it
Sagittarius, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from university
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Strictly monogamous
Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
Likes dogs and has cats
English (Fluently), Spanish (Poorly), C++ (Okay)

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My self-summary

I like animals, music, games (video, board, and card), and the internet. If you like those things, we'll probably be friends! I also have access to delicious baked goods, and if you stick around long enough, I might be able to cut you in on it.

I'm a programmer, a homeowner, a gamer, and very much a night person. I have a steady career, a wonderful family, two cats, and a small mountain of student loans and medical debt.

I like to think I'm a chaotic good, but I usually end up somewhere closer to true neutral. I typically keep my head down and just try to do what I think is right.

Apparently listing your weaknesses and dealbreakers is a useful thing to do up front, so here's some stuff:

• I am not religious. I usually get along just fine with religious people, but I don't want a relationship with one. It's not fair to either of us. The truth is, I don't know what's out there, and I don't think anyone else does, either.
• I spend a lot of time making and playing video games. It's a big part of who I am. I love spending time with friends, but sometimes I also love spending an entire day playing video games.
• I am a littleout of shape. I have lost a lot of weight since college, and I'm still working on the rest. I think it is very hypocritical for me to expect something out of others if I won't work for it myself.
• I grew up with animals, I and I can't imagine not having pets in my home. I currently have two cats. That's enough for me, but I could totally do more.
• I love interacting with other people, but I am an introvert, which means that I find social interaction somewhat draining (even when I enjoy it!), and I sometimes need to be quiet/alone to recharge. I value my time alone just as much as I value my time spent with others.
• I like to think of myself as easygoing and laid back, but I imagine some people would interpret that as apathy or non-confrontationalism.
• I sometimes swear, especially while playing video games, but not in front of children, parents, people I don't know well, or anyone who seems like they dislike it. I grew up religious, so I clean up nicely.
• I consider myself a progressive, a humanitarian, and an egalitarian, but I tend to dislike people who are easily offended, overly pushy, or cannot see both sides of a situation. I grew up conservative and have slowly drifted towards the liberal end of the spectrum, but there are things I like and dislike about both camps. Truthfully, I dislike extremists in either direction. Life isn't black and white.
What I’m doing with my life
Coding, gaming, hanging out with friends, and music.

I work as a coder at a web dev shop, but games have always been my big dream. Right now, game development is an after-work hobby that brings in some extra cash, but I'd eventually like to transition into doing it full time, and I'm getting pretty darned close to being able to make the leap. If I didn't have these pesky student loans, I could have done it a long time ago.

When I'm not building 'em, I like to play 'em. My recent history includes Garden Warfare, BF4, Pokemon Y, FTL, GW2 (played a couple weeks and got bored), Minecraft, SC2, a few years of WoW (clean since 2011!), ME1-ME3, Jamestown, Bastion, and a few others I'm sure I've forgotten. Further back you'll find some DDR (I was good, back in the day!), SSB:M, all the Nintendo franchises, and a little bit of Halo (before I made the jump to PC gaming). Plus a bunch I'm forgetting.

I also like to hang out with my brother and our friends. Play some pool, watch bad movies, grab a bite to eat. Simple life, nice and easy.
I’m really good at
Uhhh, so I'm a pretty decent coder, I guess? I think an important part of being a good coder is realizing that you're still a terrible coder, and I'm really good at that.

I'm good at seeing both/many sides of a discussion. I am very slow to pick sides, and I always want to hear multiple opinions before forming my own.

I'm a good gamer! High diamond SC2, high Duelist in WoW, I make crazy things in Minecraft, I clean house with a chopper or a tank in BF4.

I really don't like to say this about myself, but some people say I'm good at teaching and/or leading. I like the teaching part, but I think I'm not aggressive enough for leadership.

I used to be a halfway-decent pianist, and I still love music to death, but it's been a while since I've played regularly. I've totally got a keyboard, a keytar, and a melodica, though, and I still love to fiddle around with them.
The first things people usually notice about me
Just going off of things I've been told:

My voice is usually the first thing people mention, actually. Apparently I look younger than I am and I sound older than I am.

After that, probably the fact that I am overdue for a haircut or that I'm wearing clothes that is way too baggy. I've been losing weight since college, and I'm kind of terrible at buying new clothes for myself.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Movies: I'm a huge sucker for animated movies with awesome soundtracks and cheesy heartwarming plots. Lion King, How To Train Your Dragon, Up - basically anything made by Dreamworks, Pixar, or early Disney. Also a big fan of epics, war movies, sci-fi, and anything with a cool story or an awesome score. Oh, The Prestige definitely needs to be mentioned. I love The Prestige. Some comedy every now and then, too, but I get most of that from shows.

Shows: 30 Rock, South Park, Colbert (RIP), Game of Thrones, Futurama, Tim & Eric, SVU, Always Sunny, Breaking Bad, or whatever happens to be on at the time.

Books: I don't read books very often. Please don't hate me. I don't have anything against books; I love books. I just love other things more.

Music: Film/game soundtracks (Zimmer, Powell, Oematsu, Kondo), glitch/industrial/weirdness (BT, Beats Antique, Glitch Mob), electroswing (Caravan Palace, Parov Stelar), and dance/techno - especially when it's genre-bending (Daft Punk, Bond, Lindsey Stirling).

I'm a huge fan of instrumental music. It's not that I dislike lyrics or anything weird - I just connect better with music that speaks for itself. I'm fairly certain the Lion King soundtrack is the best music ever written, but John Powell is fighting hard to win me over with some of his latest work. HtTYD was amazing. And oh my god, they worked together on KFP2.

Food: So this one's changed a lot since college. I used to be a fast food junkie, and I'm still paying for it, but lately I've been paying a lot more attention to what I eat, cooking a lot of my own food at home, and picking better things when I go out to lunch with the gang at work. I've lost most of the weight on a weird low-carb, high-fat diet, but I promise I'm not preachy about it.

Also, crunchy peanut butter. I go through an unholy amount of peanut butter in a week.

I'm flexible, though - I didn't let the whole diet thing turn me into a food snob! I can almost always find something to eat wherever we go, and I usually reserve one cheat day a week if I feel like something special.

Games: SC2, Minecraft, WoW (quit in 2011, could be persuaded to play again!), Smash Bros, all the Nintendo franchises, and lately, I've actually been pleasantly surprised by Garden Warfare.
The six things I could never do without
- Music
- Internet
- Games
- Family (do pets count? I think they count.)
- Rain
- My back pain / migraine meds
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Music, and how awesome it would be to build a game and/or live a life worthy of an incredible soundtrack.

Game dev. I make casual web and mobile games, which brings in a good chunk of income and helps me find reliable contacts. It's a fun little gig: low pressure, work on my own timeline. Last year it made about half as much as my 'real' job. This year, I'd like to match or beat it. Getting to the point where I can quit the dayjob and work on games full time is a big life goal for me. :D

Stories. Right now, most of the games I built are very mechanic-oriented: I find something that's fun to do, and I build a game around it. Ultimately, I think that's the most important part of making a game. But at least once in my life, I want to build a game that also has a story, and when I'm at a place where I can finally do that, I want to have that story ready. Which usually leads to...

Science, politics, the world, the weirdness of the human brain/body/behavior, and spirituality. Then I usually end up frying my own brain and just resort to gaming. Sometimes, I think it might be best to just do my part and hope everyone else does theirs. Other times, I end up spending several hours making angry words at strangers on the internet.
On a typical Friday night I am
Depends! Some weekends I hang out with my brother and some friends. Other nights, I just chill at home and stay up late, either playing games or working on them. Also, carefully planning the exact amount of sleep I need in order to wake up without a headache on Saturday!
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
jusksmit on reddit. Have fun.

I'm probably not a 0 on the Kinsey scale. I don't like to make a big deal of it, but I figure it's the sort of thing to get out of the way up front.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 21–28
  • Located anywhere
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
- The recognized some of my favorite music!

- You like animals and want to introduce me to your pets!

- You're part of a gaming club that I should check out!

- You're bored and want to talk about your week!

- You're working on something really cool and you want to tell me about it!