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justwondering99

37 M Minneapolis, MN

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Orientation
Straight
Ethnicity
White
Height
5′ 9″ (1.75m)
Body Type
Average
Diet
Mostly anything
Smokes
No
Drinks
Not at all
Drugs
Never
Religion
Sign
Education
Graduated from university
Job
Other
Income
Relationship Status
Seeing Someone
Relationship Type
Offspring
Doesn’t have kids, and doesn’t want any
Pets
Speaks
English

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My self-summary
***Hi, my buddy and I are trying to decide to head to either Negril, Jamaica or Punta Cana, DR this year for New Year's; anyone have any suggestions? Thanks! =)

At this moment in my life, I like to just meet and get to know people; I think that it is one of the most interesting parts of life. It’s insane to think that it could be difficult to just have a conversation with the person that you’re with because of schedules or texting or other issues. I think conversing and sharing experiences is how you get to know each other.
I live in the Calhoun area, so if you ever jog or walk around the lakes or just want to hang out around there you should hit me up.
Also, I love going backpacking around other countries and I’ve road tripped the states. I really enjoyed South Korea (three weeks was definitely not enough time), especially all the wonderful people that I had the chance to meet and spend time with there. Korean food is delicious and I’m always up for hearing about and eating at new places around here. I’ve been down the southeastern coast of Mexico as well, staying in hostels and on the beach in cabanas; very beautiful beaches there! One of my most favorite memories of traveling around Mexico was being one of only two Americans in a hostel that had 30 people in it at the time! I don’t want to leave out MN or the U.S.; we truly have some amazing places that I’ve been able to spend some time at here in the states. But, my goal is to get to another country before every New Year’s Eve so I can experience how they celebrate it. :-)

~Oh, one more thing, I love riding my motorcycle!
What I’m doing with my life
Living it, appreciating every moment, and learning from all the experiences that I’ve had. ;p
I’m really good at
Being in an awkward situation that most people would feel insecure or want to vanish from. I enjoy being around other cultures, different languages, and things that are new to me; along with meeting people from different parts of the world that's probably my main motivation for traveling.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I listen to a wide variety of music, my Zune has an extensive library including Ska, Reggae, Punk, Jazz, Underground Hiphop (Rhymesayers ;p), Rock (Classic/Modern), some foreign, a lot of independent, but no opera! :-D
For fiction, if you get a chance check out Anthem, by Rand. Whether you agree with her philosophical ideas on life or not, Anthem is still a quick and enjoyable read.
In between classes, I just squeezed in On the Road, by Kerouac. I think that the story was interesting but I would have enjoyed it more if it was written differently. I preferred reading The Motorcycle Diaries, that was put together from Ernesto "Che" Guevara's travel notes. If you don't want to read it, then at least watch the movie. ;p
On break from school, backpacking in Mexico, I read Back on the Road: A Journey Through Latin America, Ernesto "Che" Guevara's diaries and letters. It was interesting because it bridges the gap between The Motorcycle Diaries and the Cuban revolution.
Also, while on break, I was able to read Zapata of Mexico, by Peter Newell. It seemed like a historical account of Mexico by means of an action/drama story. At times, all the dates and names bogged down the flow of the book but not for long, because it appears that from 1910 to 1920, Zapata was extremely busy and quite frequently on the move. I would definitely recommend this book if you have any interests in what goes on in Mexico.
Last week I read The Catcher in the Rye, by J.D. Salinger because I probably haven't read it since high school and someone had recently mentioned it to me.
~That Complex Whole by Lee Cronk was interesting from a sociological perspective.
~Into the Wild by Jon Krakauer; you should check it out! ;)
~Recently, I saw the movie The Hobbit so while traveling I decided to read the book. I think that the book was a great read and I really can't say that I would compare the movie to it because they were so different from each other. So book alone=great, movie by itself=good. ;)
I eat pretty much everything or will at least try everything once. I enjoy going to new and different local restaurants to try food that I’ve never had before. What's your favorite local place around Mpls/St.Paul? =)
The six things I could never do without
I’ve been backpacking around other countries and even traveled to some very poor areas in the U.S. with very little supplies so I guess I’ve come to realize that I really don’t need much of anything when it comes down to it. I think that after seeing how other people live with little or with what they have around them, I’ve accepted that we have a lot here that we don’t necessarily need. With that being said, I still appreciate the few things that I have; currently, a comfortable bed in a quiet bedroom is at the top of my short list. ;p
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Hmm...pretty much whatever pops up that day. I was thinking about how much concrete humans have put on the Earth’s surface. I was wondering if the Earth is suffocating or if it feels cozy because it's covered in a concrete blanket? It seems like a lot of concrete! :-D
~I wonder if my past girlfriends were on this site and if they answered the OKCupid questions if we would be matches, friends, or enemies? ;)
~Just saw the China's Terracotta Warrior exhibit at MIA and I was left thinking about what the ethical discussions in the archeological, art, and museum industries sound like when they decide to excavate a site like this one. Sometimes, I wonder if they even discuss intruding on someone's place of rest. Leaving the museum I thought that it seems kind of weird to dig up dead people's stuff and then put it on display; especially someone who went through enormous lengths to ward off people and spirits. If anyone would like to chat or at least comment about this I would greatly appreciate any insight. Thanks 0.o
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I prefer it when others initiate the contact.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 19–100
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends
You should message me if
I’m interested in meeting people of all ages, races, genders, and sexualities that are open minded and are not afraid of creating dialogue about important issues that plague our society. Also, people that are interested in peace, political equality, surfing, snowboarding, traveling, tea/coffee, having a good time drinking while being responsible, disc golf, motorcycles, writing, reading, music, camping, canoeing, outdoor activities, and most importantly people that strive to be good people. So, as long as you're not a racist or a bigot then please shoot me a message and let's chat sometime!
~You're a traveler, a fellow backpacker, please shoot me a message and let me know where one of your most favorite places is to stay. :)
~You can teach me Spanish! =)
~You are a graphic designer/painter and don't mind me asking questions about your work and art! Thanks :-)