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gmethod

29 M Cincinnati, OH

I’m looking for

  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 18–35
  • Near me
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating

My Details

Last Online
Yesterday – 8:58pm
Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
White
Height
5′ 10″ (1.78m)
Body Type
Average
Diet
Smokes
No
Drinks
Socially
Drugs
Religion
Buddhism
Sign
Gemini, but it doesn’t matter
Education
Dropped out of two-year college
Job
Banking / Finance
Income
$30,000–$40,000
Relationship Status
Single
Relationship Type
Offspring
Doesn’t have kids, but wants them
Pets
Speaks
English, C++ (Poorly)

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My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
I'll start out now by saying my name is Darryll.

A man throws a die that lands with 6 facing up; when he asks what side it landed on someone replies "What are you blind? It's 6." He replies back, "No you're wrong; 6 is facing up because it landed on 1."

Some people won't get the above situation but it comes from a Buddhist saying; which says just because you choose only to acknowledge the side of the die facing north doesn't mean the other sides don't exist.

I'm pretty sarcastic, confident (Some people might say arrogant), and sometimes people say I'm kind of asshole-ish (I'm not sorry for telling the truth; if you don't want a truthful answer don't ask for my opinion). I think people are too PC now days and everyone is afraid to speak their mind. I learn things really fast and am great at problem solving things in general.

I know how to admit when I'm wrong and I appreciate learning; I'm always looking to learn new things if they interest me, sometimes even if they don't just to learn. I know a lot of random facts about things I don't even know what, and if I don't know about something I can usually logically figure it out without even looking it up. Sometimes I even scare myself but you'd have to know me in real life to see my magical powers of deduction.

I also view almost every problem and situation from a completely logical and objective standpoint some might say that I'm a realist. That being said I can guarantee you I am almost 24/7 happy to the point where it probably appears that I don't take anything serious; which to some extent is true.

Don't take life so serious, no one makes it out alive.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Working on a near total conversion mod for a game; I've been up to my elbows rendering voxel based 3D models, creating new models, equipment and weapons, class trees, and an entire culture for a race of tribal people I invented called the Sungai tribe (that's Indonesian for "Rivers" which is where my tribe started their life at.) So if you want to take a look I have a couple models and one object light experiment in my albums.
(Taking a break from this.)

If you don't know "voxels" are like giant pixels in 3D.

Working on characters for a sci-fi novel I want to write; feel free to ask me about it if you want.

Other than that I'm currently contemplating going back to school for something engineering related; I seem to have a way with computers, OPEX machines, and anything hardware related.

I've started a war on my super metabolism and after 3 weeks I'm pretty sure it has started a counter offensive that is called Operation: Empty Your Wallets; it may also have become self aware.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I also use to be pretty damn good at website design, I've probably created over 20 or 30 different websites for myself alone. I've done a couple for money but that was all years ago. I'm apparently pretty good at drawing cake slices.

I've developed my own digital art style that's something like 32bit SNES sprites with a 4 color palette.

It turns out my awesome talent for SNES pixel sprite art translates exceptionally well into 3D voxel based models and I'm having a blast creating tons of models.

I've discovered that I still suck at programming in general even though I've been working on it for years. Jumping from PHP into C# didn't help either.

Designing and building simulated real to life physics rockets that take off from a planet with a similar gravity to size ratio as Earth and either putting them in stable orbit, landing on a similar size ratio "moon", or crashing in a blaze of glory. Yes I'm talking about simulated rocket science and yes I can manually fly a rocket into orbit.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I'd like to think of myself somewhere between Sheldon Cooper from The Big Bang Theory and Neal Caffrey from White Collar.

Or I'm steam punking it up at GENCON, PAX, or wherever there is costuming going on.

Also I'm probably eating something... I will win metabolism your days are numbered figuratively and literally.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Shows & Movies & Books
Defiance (Show & Game)
A Game of Thrones (HBO)
TrueBlood (Before it got shitty)
Weeds (Really far behind)
Scrubs
House
The Big Bang Theory
Shit My Dad Says (I thought it was a good show =\ )
Star Wars
Psych
Full Metal Alchemist (Both series)
Fairy Tail
Naruto (Mostly Manga the anime has too much filler)
Bleach (Same as above)
Soul Eater
Chrome Shelled Regios
The New Thundercats
Stargate (All versions)
Battlestar Galactica
CSI (The one that used to have Grissom)
White Collar
Falling Skies
Futurama
American Dad
Family Guy
Red VS Blue
The Mage Wars
A Song of Ice and Fire
Fahrenheit 451
Board & Video Games
Arkham Horror
Civilization
Zombicide
Zpocolypse
Formula D
Battlestar Galactic
Star Wars X-wing Miniatures
Krosmaster Arena
Tsuro
Cards Against Humanity
Mass Effect
Battleblock Theatre
Dishonored
Final Fantasy
Kerbal Space Program
Cube World
Earthbound
Fire Emblem
Secret of Mana
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Gaming, Laughs, My Wits, Friends, Board game nights with friends, lots of foods.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
If the person next to me is a Cylon because if so they need to go in the brig; don't execute them because then they reveal themselves and destroy your Battlestar. I know this from experience.

Inventing words like Snapple-tits, Apple-face, and Concernasadicus and then saying them at people because they just don't know what to say back.

Why does it seem like the only thing people are ever doing on Friday nights is going to bars to get drunk?

The implications of a frictionless world, that still allowed quantum chromodynamics. (If you don't understand, this essentially would mean that there wouldn't be any friction at all to hold you in place but there would be the small amount of "friction" inside your body that holds your cells together. Without quantum chromodynamics which is essentially friction in the bodies cells the body would just kind of dissolve.) In this world if you were able to move at all you would exponentially increase in speed and most likely jettison off the planet. Obviously we'd figure out ways to attempt to keep you on the planet but hey, that's part of the fun is the risk right?

If you travel back in time and kill yourself, is it murder or suicide?

The problem with teleportation is that you're not really moving someone from one place to another. You're destroying one body and recreating it in another place.

Does anyone actually read the things I put on my profile? I could put anything I want on here and people probably wouldn't even notice. Maybe my profile is too long?

Why does small talk seem so mediocre and mundane to me but yet appears to be the preferred method of starting a conversation?

Why would you put poisoned cat food in a box with a cat? I mean that's just mean. (Most people won't understand this; also I was told apparently the real theoretical experiment is a decaying radioactive particle of some kind. That kind of makes more sense. )

Also space, science, steam-punk, writing, art, video games, time travel, my theory on negative Higgs field FTL jumps, how awesome it would be just to go out in space even if you don't come back as long as you got to physically see another planet, why do we have thousands of religions that have been preaching peace and compassion for over 2,000 years and we're further away from it than we have ever been... well except maybe during WW2.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Saving the San Francisco bay area from mutants, raiders, hellbugs, and dark matter cyborgs.

Or sending tens of Kerbals to their death trying to put rockets in orbit.

Possibly working on more voxel based 3D models for a game mod.

Or just hanging out with good people and great conversations.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I'm horribly bad at starting "small-talk" conversations; but I feel like most people would say I never shut up once I start talking about intelligently stimulating things like prograde and retrograde orbiting maneuvers and docking in low orbit. However that's not how you start conversations I guess?

The last real relationship I was in lasted 6 years and ended in 2011.

I didn't understand the "dating game" that well back then so to be perfectly honest I'd probably be completely lost today.

I don't see the point in pretending to be someone you're not and I won't change myself to fit someone else and that all seems to be the standard "game."

Things like a walk in the park, picnics/hiking, star gazing, drinks at a bar, are all nice but so are video games, board games, gaming/comic conventions and the like.

I'm sure I had a point at some time when I started writing this and the complete honesty will probably turn more away but oh well that's not who it's there for.

My gamer tag is grimmethod for Xbox 360 if anyone wants to add me.

If you want to check out my Facebook it's a great way to see my awesomeness?
http://facebook.com/grimmethod
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over.
You aren't interested in leading people on and are interested in meeting sometime and not just pretending you are; it's pretty rude.

You think playing awesome/funny/sometimes complex board games sounds like fun and you'd be interested in gaming with my friends and I; drinking optional but recommended. It's hard for us to get cool people to consistently get 5 players; five players is how you get two sneaky Cylons!

You want to have a real conversation, seriously though, I understand why people say don't message with just "Hey, what's up?" Where the hell do you go from there? It's like pulling teeth trying to figure out what to talk about after that; next time I'm just going to go nuts with one of my story ideas, or my latest made up space mission in Kerbal, for like two paragraphs and see what happens.

You like codes, cyphers, secret messages, and other puzzle type things.
You like the genre of Steampunk and are a part of that culture.
You like gaming, Halo, Little Big Planet, Killzone, WoW, any or all of the above.
You're intelligent and or nerdy, little nerdy or really nerdy.
You like playing board games that can sometimes take an hour or more or have instruction books with more pages than most kids books. (Also you like playing said board games, some of which can take 5-6 hours, only to lose to the board game almost every damn time; I'm looking at you Arkham Horror you saucy bitch.)

Any or all of the above.