I am a madman with a blue box. [This is a reference to something awesome, if you get it, we will get along splendidly. If not, there still might be hope] I do music, my life revolves around it. I am a nerd, I enjoy science and technology. I am smart, yet reluctant to admit so. I was in the Army for 7 years, I joined before the wars on/for 'terrorism'; back in January of 2001. I am probably the most liberal veteran you will meet. I was hoping for peace, I was wrong.
I enjoy a simple life with simple things. I am not materialistic and I don't care for people who define themselves with their possessions and money. I prefer the city over the country, but I am no stranger to the wilderness. I also have an odd sense of humor, I think I'm hysterical. I am witty and sarcastic. I also enjoy using the word "I" when I'm describing myself.
I am Agnostic, I don't know the "Truth". I have a few hypotheses; God doesn't exist, God is dead, God doesn't care about us anymore, God doesn't realize he, she, or it is God, or God is not a being with thought but instead a form energy. I favor the last one.
I am searching for my muse. I prefer artistic women, intelligent creative women. I am very attracted to intelligence and creativity. Nerdy is sexy. Stupidity does not work for me; I need people who stimulate my mind. I'm looking for a partner that every moment with her is a blessing; even the most mundane activity would be entertaining with her presence. And to have the feeling mutual.
Passion is my life, and I fear I'm running out of fuel. I'm searching for ways to replenish. A balance between passion and reason is important to me. Balance in general.
I am empathetic, I care for other people; possibly too much. I'm not a pushover, I'll fight for what I'll believe in. I will fight for someone before I would fight for myself.
I have issues, we all do; I embrace them and try to use them to make me a better person.
One of my favorite quotes I stole from an old Star Trek episode:
“The most elementary and valuable statement in science, the beginning of wisdom is ‘I do not know’. I do not know what that is.”