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35 • M • Minneapolis, MN
- Last Online
- Yesterday – 10:21pm
- 6′ 0″ (1.83m)
- Body Type
- Mostly anything
- Atheism, but not too serious about it
- Capricorn, but it doesn’t matter
- Graduated from university
- Sales / Marketing
- Rather not say
- Relationship Status
- Relationship Type
- Doesn’t have kids, and doesn’t want any
- Likes dogs and likes cats
- English (Fluently)
I work at a media company that sells print and local online space to local, national and international clients.
I enjoy practicing guitar, jogging (normally Lake Calhoun), watching movies, collecting music , meeting up with friends for brunch or happy hours.
Disarming others so they can be themselves.
Music collection and organization; including playlist building.
Appreciating other peoples' cooking.
Fending off Winter's cold with my beard.
I like writing and have the utmost respect, veneration for the written word and its application. I love poems, poetry readings, short stories, and appreciate the greatness of the classic and modern novel. But I've lost interest in reading over the years.
Also, I'm delving deeper into my hobby (guitar) after investing in a new electric guitar and FX pedal unit. I spend my time practicing, reading things about guitar theory, listening to guitar or music theory podcasts. So no time for reading.
Shawshank Redemption, High Fidelity, Inception, Vanilla Sky, Heat, Good Will Hunting, Zoolander, Cloud Atlas
Breaking Bad, Walking Dead, House of Cards, Mad Men, Ca$h Cab, Jeopardy!, What Would You Do?, Family Guy, The Simpsons, NOVA, FRONTLINE, American Experience, Secrets Of The Dead, The Conan O'Brien Show, Seinfeld, Frasier, Mad About You, Flight of The Conchords
Iron & Wine
TV on The Radio
John Mark Nelson
Mumford & Sons
Earth, Wind & Fire
Nine Inch Nails
Flight of The Conchords
My favorite music is dirty blues rock tinged with electronica elements, vocal distortion, heavy beats, stuff like that. I have over 20,000 songs in my collection and about 8,000 on my phone, organized into over 200 playlists. I'm constantly obtaining and organizing music. Organizing music is my zen garden, if you will. My bonsai tree.
Thai, Indian, Fresh-Mex, Mexican.
Love Sriracha, Tobasco, Cholula sauces, peppers, curries and ketchup.
Love craft beer, gin, bourbon, wine.
Love coffee (espresso, cappuccino)
4. A Creative Outlet
Things I also greatly enjoy:
- jogging (especially early morning jogs around Calhoun where I can watch the sun rise during and afterwards)
- my iPhone
- playing with my nephew
If all the girls who want a "partner in crime" could really do the time.
Trends in language (for better or worse).
How everyone went crazy for chipotle spice, then sea salt, and lately, sweet potatoes.
What songs I need to grab after work.
Or heading to the West End right after work to have dinner at Rojo and see a movie at Showplace right after. Then after all that, still going out.
Hopefully ending up at Muddy Waters at the end of the night, no matter what.
Since most of my friends are married or in long-term relationships, it's not unusual for me to spend time alone. It doesn't bother me to be alone, and I'd like to meet someone who also enjoys that type of independence from time to time.
People think I look Scandinavian when they meet me, but my ethnicity is a mixture from England, the Netherlands, Germany and Poland.
Playing sports can be pretty fun. Watching sports or following them doesn't interest me at all.
I dislike small talk about subjects that are irrelevant to how I connect to each person. In other words, I hate talking about the weather or general news with anyone, but am really interested in the beer you're drinking, what a movie might remind you of, or your feelings and thoughts about anything.
- Girls who like guys
- Ages 26–38
- Near me
- Who are single
- For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
Just kidding. If you want to know someone who wants to know and appreciate you.
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