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  • Ages 20–38
  • Near me
  • For long-term dating, short-term dating

My details

Last online
May 13
6′ 0″ (1.83m)
Body type
Other, and very serious about it
Gemini, and it’s fun to think about
Dropped out of university
Art / Music / Writing
Less than $20,000
Open relationship
Mostly non-monogamous
Doesn’t want kids
Likes dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently), Spanish (Okay)
My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
I am currently a musician. I have many artistic aspirations in the fields of film, theatre, writing and so forth, but right now music seems to be panning out, so it is receiving the most attention.

I'm seeing someone (a woman, cloud90224), and polyamorous. We are mostly looking for someone to date collectively. And while it may sound intimidating to date a couple, I assure you it is rather nice. Twice the attention and both kinds of genitals to play with! Damn, I'm actually kind of jealous of anyone who gets to date us...

I have extremely ecclectic tastes in pretty much everything: Music, movies, literature, comic books, art, food, drink and so on and so forth. I'm a decent conversationalist, or at least I know at least one small something about everything, so I can take part in essentially any conversation (or try, at least).

I am over-confident in pretty much every aspect of my life. I think I'm awesome and talented and smart, and I feel like everything I do will succeed, and even when I fail miserably, I find myself no less assured in my next endeavor. However, despite my bravado, I am not an egotist. I don't think I'm better than anyone. I think it's limiting to compare one's self to others or vice versa. I think things can be judged as great without comparing them to other things in terms of "better" or "worse". Also, I think the true measure of awesomeness is an ability to put one's own needs and desires beneath those of others.

Oh, and some of my opinions (in the broad sense) run as follows in this bulleted list:

- Art: Art is the expression of one's thoughts/feelings through a tangible medium. It is a method of communication; and is only really valuable if others are able to interpret its meaning and apply it to themselves.

- Politics: Baby, I'm an anarchist.

- Religion: I suppose I most identify as I Rosicrucian Christian. I practice Hermetic/Kabbalist magic and a sort of hodge-podge shamanism; and I have a strong interest in Vaishnava Hinduism, classical paganism, Zen Buddhism and the Tao.

- Feminism: Equity Feminist

- Racism: I can't abide racism of any kind. It is my opinion that one cannot be both a bigot and a good person (at least not in today's society).

- Philosophy: Philosophically I identify with neo-platonic philosophy. I'd have to talk about it to get any more specific.

- Psychology: Generally, I lean toward the trans-personal school of psychology which is, essentially, the offspring of Jungian psychology.

- Science: I love science! Never really had a head for number-crunching, but I can converse on the theoretical end for hours. My favorite kind is "Science!" with a mandatory capital "S" and an exclamation point.

- Bulleted Lists: Are awesome!
What I’m doing with my life
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My day job is boring and not fulfilling. I don't plan to be there forever.

I have a band called Buffalo Buffalo Buffalo and we kick ass. We also play music. We're on the rise to stardom. I'd say "meteoric", but it's not. We're scratching and fighting for every inch the world will give us, and there ain't no way in hell we're letting go of any of it.

I'm also looking to network myself with as many filmmaker, musical and thespian types as I can find. If you have a project that needs people, I offer my services.

I have a blog where I'm laying down theological groundwork for a church I'm trying to start.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I'm a good writer. Hell, I'm a great writer. If you disagree, then piss off.

I also have great taste in everything. I don't mean that people who disagree with my taste have bad taste, I rather mean that I have a more educated taste than most. A lot of people have very narrow views on music or movies or whatever else one can have taste in. I try to dabble into as wide a variety as possible. The more one experiences, the better they can make judgments on things.

I'm also good at finding adventure. I find most of life to be exceedingly boring. So, I try to find adventure wherever it may lie.
The first things people usually notice about me
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People first notice the long hair. Then they usually notice that I am well-spoken, opinionated and a conversationalist. Next, that I'm friendly, genuine and empathetic. I think that about spans the entire first impression (for most people).
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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FICTION: Anything by Dostoevsky, Tolstoy or Gogol. Anything by C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, or George MacDonald. Anything by Stephen King. Everything ever written or scribbled or falsely attributed to Edgar Allen Poe. I rather like detective stories like those by Dashiell Hammett or Raymond Chandler. Science fiction rocks, especially Jules Verne, H.G. Welles, Isaac Asimov, Phillip K. Dick, Orson Scott Card and Michael Crichton. Chuck Palahniuk is amazing as hell. Christopher Moore is very funny.
NON-FICTION: Israel Regardie, Paul Foster Case, Franz Bardon, Henry Cornelius Agrippa, Iamblichus, Michael Harner, Donald Tyson, Meditations on the Tarot by Anonymous, the Bible, the Bhagavad Gita, the Corpus Hermeticum, Fang and Fur, Blood and Bone by Lupa.

B: Movies are totally my forte. My favorite movies ever are Citizen Kane, Pulp Fiction, The Big Sleep, Shawshank Redemption, Princess Bride and Dr. Strangelove. I very much enjoy the directorial styles of Stephen Spielberg, Stanley Kubrick, Alfred Hitchcock, John Huston, Fritz Lang, Orson Welles, Terry Gilliam, Quentin Tarentino, Robert Rodriguez, Kevin Smith, The Coen Brothers, Wes Anderson, The Wachowski Brothers, or Ridley Scott(Well, except this new Robin Hood film... ).

C: Music is life. I like every genre of music with no exception. There are examples of every genre that I love, and examples of every genre that I hate.
So far, in 2013, I have purchased the following new albums:
Indicud by Kid Cudi
True North by Bad Religion
The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here by Alice In Chains
Pardon My French by Chunk! No, Captain Chunk!
Afterman: The Descension by Coheed and Cambria
Love This Giant by David Byrne & St. Vincent
Wonderful, Glorious by the Eels
Ready to Die by The Stooges
The Next Day by David Bowie
One of us is the Killer by Dillinger Escape Plan
...Like Clockwork by Queens of the Stone Age
Weapon by Skinny Puppy
Mosquito by Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Stomp & Stoll by Big D and the Kids Table
The Hands that Thieve by Streetlight Manifesto
Prisoner of Conscious by Talib Kweli
The Golden Age by Woodkid

D: Literally, I like every food. There is no food I dislike.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Music, Friends, Stories, Food, Water and Shelter (in no particular order)

NOTE: I'd put God on this list, except that it would be silly. If God is omnipresent and omnipotent; then her total energy must be infinite and therefore exceed the size of the universe. This being said, one could never be 'without' God because everything is within God. Thus, to say that one "couldn't do without God" is like saying one couldn't do without one's self (or some other, equally meaningless paradox of words).
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
All the artists have become graphic designers. All the poets and writers are spinning ad campaigns for major corporations. The Revolution is available in your local, suburban mall across the aisle from the Abercrombie and Fitch, and next to the Gap. You can buy a rebellion in a neat, slick package. The new counterculture are outfitted by clothes, music and accessories produced by the same corporations who peddle to the mainstream, and they'll sell it all to you over-dosed, over-priced and over-the-counter at any of their nation-wide retail outlets.

Every time you bite into an ear of corn or any of the countless products containing corn products, you are essentially sucking down crude oil. Mmm, fossil fuels.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Out with friends. Doesn't matter where. Shows, clubs, bars, roaming the streets, movies, Denny's, whatever.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I practice hermetic magic, and I believe it actually works. It's not something I hide, or anything, but it's something I don't bring up in casual conversation with, say, coworkers.

I'm not, in general, a private person. I don't keep secrets (unless it's someone else's). But, there are some things (like polyamory and the occult) which are just easier not to bring up in certain social groups.
You should message me if
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I am really, always looking for new friends. I get bored easily and I'm always scouring for people to join me at music shows, parties and movies. I tend to keep friends for a long time and I'm fiercely loyal to anyone I call "friend".

If you're the open-minded sort who'd be interested in dating a polyamorous group collectively, I think you should really consider messaging me in the near future. Also, if you're part of a polyamorous group who might be up for some double-dating, that would be neat.

If you are a guy and are interested in romance, message me. However, if you are a girl, you should message Chelsea cloud90224.

The most succinct way to describe the people I would like to date is: cute, bisexual, polyamorous, nerdy, occultist musicians.

By the way:

Don't message me if you think Nickleback, Ke$ha or Bon Jovi is awesome music (it may be okay as a guilty pleasure, as long as you recognize they are horrible). Don't message me if you've read any of the Twilight books because you enjoy them. Don't message me if you believe Siddhartha Gautama is burning in hell. Don't message me if foul language or off-colour jokes offend you.