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gigazord

28 M Van Wert, OH

My Details

Last Online
Jul 20
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
White
Height
6′ 0″ (1.83m)
Body Type
Average
Diet
Mostly vegetarian
Smokes
No
Drinks
Socially
Drugs
Sometimes
Religion
Buddhism, and somewhat serious about it
Sign
Leo, and it’s fun to think about
Education
Working on university
Job
Student
Income
Rather not say
Relationship Status
Single
Relationship Type
Offspring
Pets
Speaks
English (Fluently), C++ (Okay)

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My self-summary
Okay so apparently I exist. Yes, I know that much. Beyond that ...

I'm a poet, a dreamer, a thinker, sometimes a cynic, sometimes a whimsical fool. I write and play music.

I am an indeterminate particle in an asymmetric orbit relative to the spin of an otherwise normal planet which seems may or may not be doomed due to the failure of human evolution.

I'm not always a serious person. I can write endless pages of ranting about the problems of society but ultimately, when it comes down to it, I often just want to laugh about really stupid things such as those Martian squeezy toys whose eyes and ears pop out when squeezed.
What I’m doing with my life
My ultimate dream is to become a music producer, but in practical terms just getting an album or video made would be awesome.

I tend to get *really* into music sometimes, if it's soulful. The poetry of a good trope or lyric speaking to some profound reality or experience can be almost overwhelming in the right state.

Aesthetics.

Right now I'm trying to figure out how I might go about achieving this. Want to learn more about electronic music. Maybe some dance styles. Contemporary movement-art can be quite amazing. Hip-hop and break dancing are equally amazing.

There's a lot to learn in the world to be sure.

Beyond that, I'm aiming at some point to go back to school and study computer science, philosophy, Near Eastern languages, Far Eastern languages, and the philosophy of cartoons. Seriously, applying literary theory to classical cartoons can be quite fascinating. The psychology of Tom & Jerry?
I’m really good at
Good at a lot of things. Um ... I can't work with equations in quantum physics, yet, or upwards of 10 dimensions. I can't lift 500 lbs yet either. I can't tell you the mean deviation of prime numbers up to and including 5 billion, which itself is probably not a prime so never mind.

I'm decent at Go, the ancient Chinese board game.

I play music, I'm decent at guitar and write songs here and there.

Music theory, I have a decent knowledge of that.

I dunno, lattes? Philosophical dissertations?

Random fact, the standard QWERTY keyboard was designed to be deliberately inefficient to prevent the arms on the typewriter from jamming up. So I use Dvorak, an alternative layout actually designed to be efficient, and never get cramps from typing really fast. Fun stuff.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
The Grateful Dead, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Sigur Ros ... definitely, Sigur Ros ... Enya, Miles Davis, Sting and The Police, David Lanz, good ambient grooves on Internet stations. I'm always open to quality music and if you're listening to something awesome, I'm there.

Pink Floyd, excellent classic prog-rock that opens the mind.

Want to get more into folk/americana also.

Simon & Garfunkel are profoundly poetic. Question: who is Kathy?

The Yellow Submarine by The Beatles is excellent.

Classical can be intensely moving or aesthetically difficult, depending on the piece and my mood. Atonality tends to be harsh to my ears. Generally I find most classical to be rather melancholy. I think classical captures the condition of the society from which it emerges, and it's difficult to separate the music from cultural critique.

Jazz is great.

Ulysses, by James Joyce, is perhaps the greatest novel ever written and contains many of the core truths of reality. Aristotle. Maurice Merlot-Ponty. Heidegger. Heisenberg. Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. The enigmatic Kafka. The dreams of Woolf. Anything by Gilles Deleuze although it's difficult to read in light of the revolutionary potential of his ideas and wondering if they will ever bear fruit.

Dietarily, I like to eat healthy when I am able to. Quinoa is great. I like vegetables. I don't like hamburgers.

In general I can't stand modern television although there are a few exceptions such as Third Rock From the Sun. Used to be into Star Trek but mostly it's only watchable to laugh at anymore. The films, however, are excellent. The original films, before they ruined it with the Borg.

Classics like The Twilight Zone of course are interesting, if only for the sake of critique. Ideally I'd really rather not watch TV.
The six things I could never do without
Hydrogen, hydrogen, oxygen, intelligent conversations, pointlessly silly conversations, good music
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Seriously? Thinking? I have no idea, I just kind of exist in a perpetual state of thought. Gets irritating.

Social justice? Social injustice? Music, and the role of music in the popular experience? The way in which music has ruined or enhanced the popular experience?

How social reform might properly occur?

The aesthetics of fashion insofar as capitalism has ruined fashion in a giant pool of rot and poorly-angled hats? Well okay those can be kind of cool, depending on the angle of the skateboard ... but whatever ...

Mostly just how to get a band going I guess. And life and all that stuff. Making a billion or so dollars and then getting rid of it before the global economy collapses. Fun to dream anyway.

How to properly hold a sign on a construction site.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Well you've got to get to know me better first.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 21–27
  • Located anywhere
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
you believe that you are a particle whose relative spin might complement mine or in general want to talk about interesting things.