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  • Ages 25–40
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Last online
Yesterday – 5:56pm
5′ 11″ (1.80m)
Body Type
Mostly vegetarian
Atheism, and laughing about it
Libra, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from university
Science / Engineering
Mostly monogamous
Doesn’t have kids
Has dogs and has cats
English (Fluently), French (Poorly)
My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
This profile has gotten long. But that's probably a good thing. While being physically attracted to someone is important, There needs to be more than that to pique an interest and make a good connection.

Anyway, on with the show.

According to many, I'm a cute boy with a dog. Of course this is a completely subjective analysis... The cute part I mean; I objectively have a dog. Of course that doesn't describe who I am. However I've never met a dog or cat I couldn't win over with ease. I think that says something about my personality that should appeal to people with pets.

I'm a city dweller (or urbanite, if you will). I need to be close to everything and living in a culturally relevant place. I like being able walk or bike to places and not having to drive everywhere.

I guess I'm intelligent, but it's the kind of intelligence that can't manifest itself in meaningful ways. My brain is just cluttered with useless geography/history trivia and old TV/movie lines.

I tend to be a bit of a lefty-pinko-socialist in my political beliefs, and one day aspire to world domination. All will tremble in terror before my generous social programs and progressive environmental management!!!

I find that I don't fit into any specific social definition - and, frankly, I don't feel that I should. I prefer to be a dynamic individual.

I'm a lover, not a fighter;

Intolerant of intolerance;

um... What else...

I've been told I'm one in a million*

*Editor's note: Given that there are over seven billion people on earth it is therefore reasonable to assume there are over seven thousand people like him. Maybe more as this is a subjective statement based on a small number of reviews and not any empirical studies.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Being sarcastic.

I live in Downtown Hamilton. I've lived in other parts of the city and in other great cities, but I like it here the best. I intend to live in this or some other urban area for the rest of my life. I'm not particularly fond of the suburbs - in fact I quite hate everything about them. They are where people and dreams go to be boring and wait for death. Plus I feel like this is a very open and accepting community, on a level I usually didn't see during my stints in the suburbs... Or maybe it's just that I grew up here and I'm too lazy to change.

I have a dog - a Border Collie named Toby - who believes everyone is his friend by the sheer fact of their existence. I usually like going on hikes with him or watching him bound through a snowy field. He can be a pain in the ass, but I love him. I've also got a cat - named Sir Toppum Bottomsly - who thinks the dog is his best friend. He's a spaz. But he's very friendly. I'd like to get another dog... and another cat... or two... and a hedgehog... and a Velociraptor.

I play/write music with my friends. We're not very good... in fact we're quite terrible. But it's punk music so it's okay. But we just do it for the fun; no gigs or anything. It's just something fun and creative to do on a Saturday afternoon. I usually play bass, but I'm also "good" at playing guitar and I dabble in drums. I'm also told I do a spot on John K Samson. If you ask nicely I'll show it off.

I'm a man of many talents... well, four anyway. Here's three of them: I knit and crochet as a creative art and I've taken to making my own patterns and making stuffed animals and other objects for friends (This is not a joke, I have pictures). I try to maintain a garden every spring/summer. I'm also good at sewing and fixing/building things. Pretty much good with my hands in general.

I read up on anything to do with history, Anthropology, politics, science... whatnot. I've actually became co-organizer of a book club that I attended monthly. We'd meet at a pretentious dive and aggressively express our thoughts on the book based on how much we'd had to drink. I find it's helped introduce me to new books I otherwise wouldn't have read; sometimes for the better, sometimes not. The book club disbanded after two and a half years due to lack of interest from everyone but my sister and myself. I'm hoping to get it going again soon.

I like travelling - especially road trips - and wish I did more of it. I love exploring different cities; seeing the architecture and historical sites and trying out what the local breweries offer. I also have a weird habit of collecting transit maps from various cities. Camping is also of great enjoyment to me. Mostly, it's the typical pop up a tent and get drunk around a fire kind of camping - which I love - But I really want to find someone who wants to go backwoods camping with me; where you have to hike, bike, or canoe to the site.

I work for an engineering firm. If you're up for a fantastically boring explanation of niche work, just ask.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Well I don't want to brag, but... [awkward throat clearing cough]...

Let's move on shall we.
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out! a secret known only to them.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
You can read all of this if you want but it's not who I am. (Yet, I've still obsessively listed them all in alphabetical order). It could make for a topic of conversation though.

A Canticle for Lebowitz • Catch Twenty Two • Eaters of the Dead • Fahrenheit 451 • The Goon (graphic novel) • Grapes of Wrath • Brave New World • John Dies At The End / This Book Is Full Of Spiders • Handmaid’s Tale • Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy • House of Leaves • I am Legend • Lord of the Flies • Nineteen Eighty Four • Oryx and Crake • A People’s History of the United States • Shogun • Slaughterhouse Five • The Tick (Graphic Novel) • Time Quake • To Kill a Mockingbird • Walking Dead (graphic novel) • Wasteland (Graphic Novel) • World War Z • Zombie Spaceship Wasteland

Let me explain to you my thesis on exactly why the original Robocop is the perfect movie.

Piccard > Kirk
Reznikov > Janeway

Atom and His Package • BA Johnston • Closet Monster • Digger • Dillinger Four • 88 Fingers Louie • Falling Sickness • The Flatliners • GFK • Gob • The Good Lovlies • Good Riddance • Lagwagon • The Lawrence Arms • Library Voices • Lowest of the Low/Ron Hawkins • Mustard Plug • No Use For A Name • Portico • Propagandhi • Screeching Weasel • Strung Out • Terra Lightfoot • Wax Mannequin • The Weakerthans/John K Samson • Wizo

I listed myself as mostly vegetarian because I so very rarely eat meat. I have a particular fondness for Indian and Middle-Eastern food (more chickpeas!)... and Mexican... and sushi... and well, everything basically. Also, I make a mean baked macaroni and cheese. I'm kind of a beer aficionado (also known as a snob or high-functioning alcoholic) and hoppy beers are my favourite; IPAs, and most anything from Flying Monkey. Craft beer has ruined my taste buds... and my wallet...
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Besides the obvious?

Every damned thing on the planet. You know when you can't stop your mind from moving over every subject imaginable?

... Oh... well I do.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
At a bar with some friends, droning on about some historical anecdote people have long since stopped listening to.

As a beer snob you'll find me at only the finest dive bars. I prefer laid-back dive bars over noisy pubs and I prefer noisy pubs over dance clubs (Hey that rhymes!). Ergo, I don't care for loud crowded places.

I guess that's more of an ideal Friday, not a typical. It could just as easily be staying in... also might be a Saturday.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
Don't let this profile fool you, I'm actually kind of funny in real life.**

**Not a guarantee
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over. think we'd get along. That sounds pretty logical to me.

And you should.

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