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36 • Webster, NY • Man
I’m looking for
- Ages 25–40
- Located anywhere
- Who are single
- For new friends, long-term dating
- Last online
- Yesterday – 5:03am
- 6′ 0″ (1.83m)
- Body type
- Strictly anything
- Not at all
- Graduated from university
- Science / Engineering
- Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
- Likes dogs and has cats
- English (Fluently), C++ (Fluently)
I’ve never base jumped off a skyscraper naked, or yelled "woooo" at a concert.
But I’m gutsy in my own way.
I moved across the country after college because it seemed like a good idea at the time. And it was. It set me up well professionally and allowed me to later move back near my family without jeopardizing my career.
And now I’m trying out a little entrepreneurialism. I think it’ll work out well, but who knows.
I’m not entirely sure where I’m headed, but I feel that I’m on the right path.
-I love deep conversations and exploring and trying to understand things. My degree is in philosophy and that really permeates everything I do. If you find that I ask you a lot of questions, it’s because I’m genuinely curious and I want to learn more about you.
-I can make a super fluffy and perfectly spiced omelette. My lasagna recipe isn't half bad either.
-You now have the Pink Panther theme somg stuck in your head. I hate it too.
-I love reading. My bedroom looks like a library exploded. I love writing, too, so of course I like message boards.
-Among other hobbies, I enjoy teaching people to protect themselves, and I have a carefully developed belief in the importance of individual empowerment.
-I think I'd be okay with it if I had to live on uncooked brownie mix for the rest of my life.
So let's talk about it over warm cookies and milk.
One of the more common subjects is the philosophy of technology.
I didn't get into technology because I was raised in it; I got into it because I saw how it was impacting people.
There is a disconnect between human problems and potential solutions that seems never to have been wider, and it's leaving a lot of people behind. Half the world is searching for a problem to solve, the other half is searching for a solution to its problems.
I don't think that we're doing enough, that I'm doing enough, to help bridge that gap, and technology seems to be the lynchpin.
Anyway, at the same time, I'm thinking about whether my cat is capable of liking me, and whether I should put this down and try to sleep, and whether my neighbor's snoring is a medical problem or just a faulty transmission, and that I think it'd be nice when spring comes to work on a laptop on a picnic blanket, if I just had something to lean against.
Maybe a nice tree.
Or if you're Enya.
Or JK Rowling.
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