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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 might want 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). My bachelor's and first master's was in Music Theory:Composition. I'm also a proud pianist that champions the genius of Franz Liszt (who altruistically championed many other musicians in his day as well, such as Richard Wagner).

So, to summarize, I have 1 bachelors, 2 masters, and 1 associates. One might consider that as depictive of a Renaissance Man, or more humbly put, an indecisive Jack of All Trades 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. From this, I'm hoping to climb up the chain of programming jobs till I reach the CEO of Programming Inc (if there is such a thing, lol).

My best friend and I are also starting to seriously think about becoming game designers and do some freelance work to sell over the web. So we've been learning the Unreal Game Engine and Maya software. We have some awesome ideas that are both hilarious and metaphysical. Our goal is to be the "South Park" of the video game industry because the mixtures of darker comedy and video games seems to be an untapped genre. Our dream is to start our own company one day if we can make a hit.

If we ever do make a hit (and start a little game design team), then I do have a dream project of an epic philosophical video game I want to make called Cosimous: Sage of the Multiverse (yea, I already bought domain name for this, ;P) It's going to be the first science fiction work of art without the use of robots, spaceships, lightsabres, or lasers(thank god), but just about deep concepts of existence like Gene Roddenberry originally intended for Star Trek before William Shatner shot that to hell.

In short, Cosimous, would be a game of "what ifs"? I.e. "What if gravity were in such a way?" "What if time and entopy flew backwards?" and you get to experience that in a video game! I do believe if human beings can gain a very deep understanding of the causality of nature, we could perhaps even control natural law one day (like a "Q" in star trek). Which, in turn, would hopefully and inevitably explain all of understanding itself.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
pulling a crowd by making tips at the public pianos at old town...I play a mean Liszt. As a side note, I also might have found a little gig at the lyric on saturdays whenever I feel like it playing for tips while people wait in line :D.
The first things people usually notice about me
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is their inferiority by comparison. O.o.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Music: My musical tastes are totally uncool and I won't recognize the names you tell me and you won't the recognize the names I tell you, but that's because of my music degree. However, in case you are still interested, my list of favorite composers (notice the term "composer" and not "songartist") from my 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 Actor: Kevin Spacey in House of Cards (I love how with just a flinch of the body or glance at the camera you can tell when he switches roles from the sincere/caring Frank Underwood to the bullshitter Frank Underwood)... and Hugh Laurie in Dr. House -> Z'ohmg! funniest guy alive!

Favorite 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 creative stuff I mentioned up above
2. My computer
3. My piano
4. My cheapo dumbells and piano bench that I also use as a bench press and my stinky workout pajamas that are way overdo for laundry day
5. My man-cave apartment all this stuff resides in, and my lame attempt to mitigate the masculine-enriched stench with open windows and cheap odor aides from the dollar store.
6. Why YOU of course! (Geez, I hope this cheesebally line worked O.o.)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Hmmm.....In a Universe of no laws, there would be no dna, and no mathematicians or philosophers there to discuss it. How sad. O.o.
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 in my Peyton Manning helmet, grrr! Now I feel like a man! ;P
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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My credit card number is 8368-0325-6677-4351. Feel free to buy's on me. O.o.
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If your idea of great adventure is one that takes place in the mind......cuz I'm a thinker!