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28 Salem, OR Man


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I’m looking for

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  • Ages 18–50
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For long-term dating, short-term dating

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White, Other
5′ 9″ (1.75m)
Body Type
A little extra
Mostly anything
Libra, but it doesn’t matter
Working on two-year college
Rather not say
Strictly monogamous
Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
Likes dogs and likes cats
English (Fluently)
My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
Going to try and keep this short, but I may not be successful.

Anyway, I'm a free-thinker, musician/artist, and Jack of a lot of trades (not all)...I suck at math, but am pretty awesome at writing...
I have dabbled in tattooing in the past, am an awesome cook (especially bbq, but I can make a lot of stuff....even taught myself how to make sushi recently), and I am a huge Star Wars fan (no, I don't have a massive collection of toys/memorabilia and have never dressed up to go to a comic book convention-never even been to a comic book convention, but I have a mild obsession, especially anything Sith/Empire related). I even tattooed Lord Vader's helmet on my arm.

I have been playing guitar since I was 15 y.o., and by default, bass. However vocals are my main thing, and if I had a band rather than a solo acoustic project, I would only do vocals, except when writing and on instrumentals/in between vocal parts...I hate singing and playing at the same time. Anyway, here is a link to one of my songs (Live/acoustic)...

Going to cut myself off now.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
What are YOU doing with YOUR life?
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Writing/performing music, writing, drawing, inspiring up-tight people to choose to be offended, cooking (especially stuff that is bbq'd, fried, or sauteed...and homemade pizza). Thinking outside the box/playing devil's advocate. Karaoke (guilty pleasure) depending on the song selection the bar has...its rare when there is a good selection of artists I like and when there is, its always the radio songs and they are crappy midi-cover versions with off-key backup vocals rather than the original minus the vocals. One thing that pissed me off is when I went up to do "Lateralus" by Tool, and the whole second half of the song was missing, which is the best part of the song. I thought the dj was being a dick and cut it off because he thought the song was too long, but turned out it was the track itself. So if you ever want to sing a somewhat long song, ask the dj how long the track is before going up. It will save you embarrassment.
Setting up/maintaining aquariums. Figuring out new computer software.
Made my first attempt at making did not turn out bad.
...and apparently, gardening. Just commited my first broccoli (or any other kind of veggie)-genocide of the season/ever! (See pics of my vegetable-concentration camp (veggie garden) in its various stages of development in the photo album titled "Agricultural Anarchy" ( *It appears this album doesn't show up on the mobile site, if you don't see it, switch to desktop site*). I am so stoked...every time I clone, or harvest from these plants I am sticking it to the man in a small, but still somewhat meaningful way, as less of my money is going to a greedy corporate grocery store.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Books: 1984 by George Orwell, A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess, assorted Star Wars books, DMT: The Spirit Molecule by Dr. Rick Strassman, The Satanic Bible by Anton Lavey, assorted Steven King/Richard Bachman books, LSD: My Problem Child by Albert Hofmann, The Giver by Lois Lowry, Long Hard Road Out of Hell by Marilyn Manson/Neil Strauss, and many others....
Movies: Star Wars (all of them, though some are better than others), Borat, Freddy Got Fingered, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Requiem for a Dream, Passion of the Christ, Trainspotting, SLC Punk, Last Days, Iron Sky, Idiocracy, Beavis and Butthead Do America, Forest Gump, Tenacious D and The Pick Of Destiny, School of Rock, The Big Lebowski, Indiana Jones (all of them), Holy Mountain, and more....
Shows: South Park, Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul, Star Wars: Clone Wars, Star Wars: Rebels, American Dad, Trailer Park Boys, Family Guy, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Moral Orel, Cleveland Show, Kevin Spencer, Doug, Rugrats, Ren and Stimpy, Beavis and Butthead, Rocko's Modern Life, Star Trek TNG, Parenthood, Bob's Burgers, Big Bang Theory, Curb Your Enthusiasm, God, The Devil, and Bob, Roseanne, King of the Hill, and others....

Music: Tool, A Perfect Circle, Rishloo, Alice in Chains, The Deftones, Marilyn Manson (old school stuff, mostly), Dredg, Puscifer, Ashes Divide, Primus, Nine Inch Nails, The Mars Volta, Lunatic Soul, Antemasque, Pagoda, Soundgarden, Rage Against The Machine, Mastodon, Motae, Gorillaz, Pink Floyd, Les Claypool, Audioslave, System of a Down, Queens of the Stoneage, and many, many, many others.
I love live music and have been to countless shows. I have seen a good percentage of the above listed bands, and more, in concert (some more than once), and have met quite a few artists that many people would give their left nut and/or a kidney to meet. Also, I take great joy in tricking concert security/event staff into granting me access to restricted areas or allowing me and those with me to have better seats despite not paying for them when at seated shows which are increasingly more common as of late. Not bragging, just illustrating that my prior experience working in the music industry (plus a touch of common sense and out of the box thinking) has made it so I am someone you definitely want to go to a concert with as I tend to make what would normally be just a fun night at a show into an experience that you will never forget (and I can prove this with signed ticket stubs, pics with artists-none of which are from paid "meet and greets"- and eyewitnesses who have gone to shows with me and witnessed my use of the Jedi mind trick on security guards), oh, and all that while successfully smuggling in recording gear to get awesome sounding bootlegs of the shows. (See photo album titled "concerts" for pics from a few of the shows I went to..*It appears this album doesn't show up on the mobile site, if you don't see it, switch to desktop site*)

Food: Easier to list stuff I don't like...
1. Canned tuna (never had fresh, other than in sushi which is awesome, but other than that, no opinion)
2. Canned spinach
3. Miracle whip ( It is NOT the same thing as mayo. Whoever invented this foul, unholy sludge deserves a special place in hell. I don't even believe in hell, but they belong there)
4. Cottage cheese (though it CAN be good in certain homemade chip dips)
5. Undercooked corn tortillas. If a corn tortilla is not crispy, it is not done, IMO. This severely limits the foods I am willing to buy at taco carts/authentic mexican restaraunts.
6. Most casserole/goulash-type dishes/certain pasta dishes. Usually its because there is cheese involved. I like cheese, but not in these kind of dishes (lasagna being an example-I usually like it, but it all depends on the ingredients used and how its cooked...lasagna with with cheddar is gross...or when people use cottage cheese instead of ricotta). I fucking hate chili-mac. I like chili, and I like mac-n-cheese (mostly Kraft, but it CAN be good homemade, if made right) but not together. There are exceptions to the rule, but I never know until I see it/try a bite or two. The only exceptions to the no exceptions rule is chili-mac and tuna casseroles. Noone can make those taste good...not even me. So if you make something like any of the above, don't be surprised/offended if I refuse to eat it after only a bite or two (if that)...its nothing personal. It's a quirk of mine.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
1. Food/water/shelter
2. Hygiene products (I use a lot of them)
3. An acoustic guitar/mic/mic stand/mixer/speakers and/or headphones/pedals/cables/a laptop/guitar pedals/back up sets of strings/guitar picks.
4. Human contact (to a certain degree, I can be fairly reclusive at times)
5. Cartoons
6. Your ⊙⊙'s
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Your ⊙⊙'s. ;)
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Probably at home or chilling with friends. Probably not at a bar, unless I am playing a show, which I don't see myself doing for awhile.
You should message me if
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Jesus Christ is your personal lord and savior, you vote republican, you know when to keep your mouth shut and get in the kitchen to make me some pie, you know, the usual.


If you are honest, loyal, have a sense of humor, and know how to think for yourself, rather than following the herd to the slaughter.
If you aren't hung up on finances. Materialism is not sexy. Life isn't about money, no matter how much society tries to convince us otherwise. If you take finances/material possessions into account when you decide who to date, you are nothing but a gold digger in my eyes, and therefore, not worth more than a one or two night stand.
Also, a strong sex drive is a must. I am insatiable and need someone who can keep up.

Oh, and I have a preference for those who play an instrument. I don't only date musicians, but if you play one you get extra hot points. I want to be able to jam with someone I date...that would be fun.