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  • Ages 20–37
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My details

Last online
Today – 10:25am
5′ 9″ (1.76m)
Body Type
Strictly other
Atheism, and somewhat serious about it
Pisces, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from masters program
Doesn’t have kids, but wants them
Likes dogs and likes cats
English, C++ (Fluently), Tagalog (Fluently)
My self-summary
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I'm a piano teacher, music composer and computer programmer. I've also received my second masters this past spring from CSU as well as the corresponding associates from Front Range (all programming).

So, to summarize, I have 1 bachelors, 2 masters, and 1 associates. I'm such a Renaissance man O.o.

I enjoy night owling with my creative interests and projects which include video game design, piano practice and composition, and learning various sciences at an elementary level such as cosmology, paleontology, Einstein physics, philosophy and even quantum mechanics (watching a very interesting 24 hour course of this from TTC). Despite this being an eclectic array, it's all easy and free access since you can just learn whatever you want from the internet.

I'd like to be married one day, and preferably to a human female.........However, I'll settle for a really attractive chimp if this dating site doesn't work out. O.o.
What I’m doing with my life
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Well, I just started my new job as a web developer for the USDA. So I do that and piano teaching now.

My friend and I are also starting to seriously think about becoming video game designers and do some freelance work to sell over the web. We have some awesome ideas that are both hilarious and metaphysical.
I’m really good at
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looking like an idiot.....which don't get me wrong; I really do take pride in this. Mainly because my life philosophy is to be honest and risk looking like an idiot vs. being dishonest, in order to avoid looking like an idiot while really being an idiot. If that tongue-twister makes sense to you, and you share my beliefs at all, then you're my girl. ;D

Plus, I'm also good at pulling a crowd by making tips at one of the public pianos at old town...I play a mean Liszt. (He was the most badass pianist in the 19th century). As a side note, I also have perfect pitch and sell an academic book of perfect pitch pedagogy I wrote on my website.
The first things people usually notice about me
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my super annoying personality lol.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Music: My musical tastes are totally uncool, but that's because of my music degree. My list of favorite composers from most favorite to least favorite are: 1. Liszt, 2. Beethoven, 3. Chopin, 4. J.S. Bach, 5. Bartok, 6. Mendelssohn, 7. Ligeti, and of course.....the stuff I write (which I put humbly last for now ;P). However, if you know who any of those guys are, you're awesome. I prefer classical music because I like music that's truly exciting where the notes actually well as unforgettable melodies.

Favorite TV and Movies: Anything that I can torrent ;P

Favorite Book: Webster's Dictionary so I can understand books ;P

The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
1. The anti-christ ;P (I just put this in here since there are annoying amount of christ people profiles that put "God" here)
2. My website which is my creative haven
3. My computer
4. My piano
5. My cheapo dumbells and piano bench that I also use as a bench press
6. My man-cave apartment all this stuff resides in
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
This will be the most important, awesomely-epic thing to think about that you'll ever read!!!!! In short, I think I've deduced the meaning of life using some common-sensical, secular methodology through numerous thought experiments role-playing through 'the eyes of the universe'.

Here it goes:

First, we have to start by answering, " Why is there something instead of nothing?" Answer: because there is a fundamental urge to exist that is greater than any urge to not exist. (I've derived this conclusion from my thought experiment which I dubbed "The Physicist Acting as a Real Estate Agent to Homeless Particles." (Message me if you'd like to know more and become even a greater loser ;) . now that we understand the universe's "motivation" to exist, how can we, the universe who just bought this plan of relativity and recently moved in, ensure that it's own home doesn't fall apart? Answer: By creating sloppy sentient beings with the same fundamental urges (that is...they want to have your home not fall apart either so they can exist alongside you) that walk around, observing, deducing, and confirming these constructs of existence that this gnasty real-estate agent just sold you.

Remember, as the universe, you're the captain of everything, so you also bless these beings with a power to inadvertently enforce these rules when they notice the slightest, undisciplined micro-particle behaving inappropriately. (This "policeman" philosophy explains all the oddities that we observe with quantum mechanics that don't make empirical sense as well as their super quick, anomalous ways of "fixing themselves" when caught! )

So back to being human, what is our purpose as being human? Our purpose is to act as the "policemen" and "maintenance men" of the universe by meticulously observing and validating it's existence through ensuring that everything is behaving according to it's rules, and to shout, "bloody hell!!!!" if we spot anything that contradicts with these rules when applicable.

So, what about ethics and the stuff about good and evil, heaven and hell, blah-blah-blah, we're taught with growing up? Well, under this secular, but logical mandate, good and evil simply doesn't exist and is the fabrication of our society's desperation for truth and purpose despite its ignorance.

However, I will say this as far as ethics..............after all the effort this universe put into creating you, it would be a shame if you just decided to go and run yourself off a bridge, would it not? *

(*Actually, concluding that it's "wrong" to kill yourself or another human being on the premise of that it's simply "wasteful" seems almost like sociopathic reasoning. But once you truly understand the impact of my claim, it easily becomes a very empathetic justification. If you consider what it is required to make a molecular system that is as complicated, and finely-tuned engineered as to that we call 'life' or more specifically 'human-intelligent life', the amount of waste is literally galactic if you were to destroy it. I mean it literally took millions of stars dying and reborning etc etc to fricken create all elements that in turn are further organized to make don't waste it! Heck, that undeniable FACT contains much more purpose to me than a stupid "God" ever can! (even if he were real) Hence, this explains why I'm a "slightly serious atheist")

So if you've read all that, and still want to talk about it, then let's go get coffee at one of the many hippie cafes here and shoot the breeze!
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Grilling low-fat hamburgers while watching Game of Thrones, grrr! I feel like a man! ;P
You should message me if
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you want an light-heartedly funny, uberly talented guy whom can write you music as a romantic gesture. And, it helps if your idea of great adventure is one that takes place in the mind......cuz I'm a thinker!