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32 M Chicago, IL

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5′ 9″ (1.75m)
Body Type
Mostly anything
Gemini, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from university
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Doesn’t have kids
Has dogs

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My self-summary
I grew up on MTV and Nickelodeon. My earliest memory of when my folks got cable was watching Short Circuit 2 and crying when Johnny 5 got beat down and almost died.

My dad took me to see Terminator 2 in theaters when I was, like, 9. I'm still reasonably convinced that machines will become self aware and kill us, at some point.

I like to have discussions with people who can see other people's points of view. They don't have to agree, but at least have the ability to not see their opinion as right, while all different views are wrong.

My brain is a ridiculous encyclopedia for pretty much all music, movie, and tv show information from about 1984 on. I think it might be my superpower.

I still listen to records, but I don't view it as some sort of hipster badge of honor. I just love that I can find really good music for under $10 a record.
What I’m doing with my life
Dog walking. Freelance writing. Rocking. Trying new things and doing what makes me happy.
I’m really good at
Bare knuckle boxing like Clint Eastwood in the 70's.

Being bald.

I'm a legit wizard in the home cooked meals department. I will cook you the best homemade waffles you've ever had in your life.
The first things people usually notice about me
Apparently, I always look angry or upset. I'm usually not, though.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I like sci fi, horror, action, comedies, and dramas. Because I'm a unique snowflake.

Most recently, I saw the Lego Movie. I hated it. I think I'm the only person alive that hated it. And it's not like I hate it because it's basically a long advertisement for Legos because I LOVED the movie The Wizard with Fred Savage from back in the day.

It took me a season and half of toughing it out, but I'm really into Game of Thrones, and I've been listening to a whole lot of newer American folk/bluegrass type stuff (William Elliott Whitmore is amazing).

I just finished reading The Circle, by Dave Eggers. Now, I'm reading something called The Golem and the Jinni. I can't remember the author off the top of my head.

Thai food rules my life. Also, hamburgers. And Cookies n Cream Ice Cream.
The six things I could never do without
1. Guitar
2. Dog
3. Slow Cooker
4. Car
5. Netflix
6. My record player
I spend a lot of time thinking about
What era I'd want to go back to if I had a time machine. I think the 1920's would be pretty kick ass.

Why boobs are awesome. Because they are.

How did Leo Fender manage to design the Telecaster so perfectly with no prior guitar building/designing experience?

Why the hell won't Twix bring back the cookies n' cream Twix from the early 90's? It's objectively the greatest candy bar ever created.
On a typical Friday night I am
Convincing unsuspecting suckers on Facebook that I'm Lil' Bow Wow, and want to be their boyfriend. Taking over the world, Pinky & the Brain style. Pretty normal stuff.

Other Friday nights I'm doing what reasonably well adjusted people tend to do. Out with friends at a bar/restaurant. Hanging out at home with my dog watching some Netflix. Rocking out at my rehearsal space. Playing shows at various venues around Chicago.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I don't know how to use chopsticks. I don't want to learn, either.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 25–38
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
You aspire to be something other than a Liz Lemon clone. You think Pee Wee's Big Adventure is about as good as it gets in the land of cinema.

You don't have a problem saying what's on your mind. You don't have a problem with me saying what's on my mind. On the flip side of that, you don't use the phrase, "I'm just being honest," as an excuse to be an obnoxious shit.

Career/money is not the number one motivator in your life. There's nothing wrong with people who are career oriented, but I just tend not to connect with people who seem to define success and worth by their job and income. People who are passionate about hobbies and interests outside of their job are people I connect with.