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33 / M / Straight / Single
Dover, New Hampshire
- Last Online
- Feb 4
- 5′ 10″ (1.78m).
- Body Type
- A little extra
- Mostly anything
- Agnosticism and laughing about it
- Taurus but it doesn’t matter
- Graduated from masters program
- Science / Tech / Engineering
- Rather not say
- Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
- Likes dogs and likes cats
- English (Fluently)
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On the softer side... I'm really good at listening and being a supportive friend. I love to cook with or for people I care about. I'm really good at seeing things that need to be done and pitching in to do them; I'm one of those people who brings a shopping cart in from the parking lot when I go to the grocery store, even when I know I'm going to return it to the rack and use a hand basket when I get in there.
Movies: I like movies with a philosophical spin, especially existentialist in nature. If you can see the common thread between the Matrix (first one), Fight Club, and Shutter Island, you'll get what I mean. I'm a sucker for an ending with a twist. (As analytical as I am most of the time, I can get pulled into a story pretty easily and often don't see it coming.) Action is good but it has to have a point; I'll lose interest if there's no plot. I also tend to like dark and twisted movies (Mr. Brooks, Hannibal Lecter series, Donnie Darko, most of Tarantino's flicks), but don't read too much into that! Others in no particular order or category: Amelie, Life Aquatic, the Fountain, Zardoz, Machette, Bourne, LOTR. I watch V for Vendetta every year on November 5th.
Shows: I'm not much into TV (don't own one), but there are a few geeky scifi series I do rely on when I don't have the energy for a more ambitious activity or I'm tired of documentaries. Firefly, BSG, and...? Maybe that's it. Oh yeah... The Daily Show! Or maybe the question is asking about theater? If so then I don't have much to offer. Not a hater, just haven't had much exposure, but I would welcome the influence.
Music: I'm all over the map here. Recently picked up Florence + the Machine's Unplugged album, which is EPIC (my god what a set of pipes that woman has), and Wax Tailor's Dusty Rainbow From the Dark, which is the perfect downtempo shizit for a 1hr 43min road trip. I've been into some of the newer folksy stuff lately, like Fleet Foxes and Mumford & Sons. At home I'm almost always streaming either Radio Paradise (radioparadise.com), WXGR (wxgrfm.org) or NHPR, with some classical thrown in occasionally for good measure. I don't enjoy much of the formulaic mainstream stuff on pop radio. I LIKE it when music is innovative and surprising and different. Old favorites include stuff like Massive Attack, Portishead, Trentemoller, Nitin Sawhney, Cake, Iron & Wine, Roy Orbison, Devotchka, Radiohead, Neko Case, Moxy Früvous, Soul Coughing, etc, etc, etc. I'll listen to practically anything, always looking for new stuff. There's so much great music out there.
Food: I LOVE FOOD. Nearly anything and everything, way too much to go into. Name anything and I'll probably like it, and there's a good chance I've tried to make or have at least thought about making it at some point.
I spend a lot of time thinking about people and what makes them tick... their motives and goals and the rationale for why they do certain things. Mostly speculation, I guess, but it's fun.
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