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  • Ages 26-35
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My details

Last online
Today – 7:05pm
Relationship Type
Strictly monogamous
6' 0" (1.83m)
Body Type
Average build
Not at all
Catholicism and laughing about it
Space camp
Doesn’t have kids but might want them
English (Fluently), Spanish (Somewhat), Italian (Somewhat)
My self-summary
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I am a pretty unique bird. I know who I am and don't really care what other people think. I get very excited about odd things. For instance, this past summer I made a random stop at a historical site after seeing the sign by the side of the road. Next thing I knew, I was in a 19th century road house beside an inclined plane railroad on a canal network and remarking how much the design of the floor plan resembled an 18th century colonial manor house. I bought a magnet in the gift shop (I buy magnets and mugs of places I've been).

I enjoy history (American, military (I know more about the Falklands War than possibly any other American under 45), and industrial), football (my beloved Nittany Lions and Steelers), hockey (Pens), and going outside if its not too hot out. I'm a fall-spring person. Cold weather and I get along very well. One year veteran of the Erie Snowbelt. I can drive in snow.

I'm intensely curious about everything around me. I also enjoy researching things. Falling down the Wikipedia hole is a common event. The very concept of emojis concerns me. Makes me feel like I'm reading Highlights magazine, but not in a good way like when I'm reading a Goofus and Gallant.

All that aside, I can actually be a pretty serious person and get very reflective.

I'd like to find a lady that will argue with me about the SEC being overrated, sciencey enough to know what "relativistic kill vehicle" means, wouldn't complain about the opera, and doesn't mind loafing around the house but more outgoing than I am.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Analyst/consultant/graphic designer in the outer space business. My name was listed in the program for an awards ceremony that also included Stephen Colbert, but he didn't attend the even (boo). Continuously getting ideas for novels, writing five pages, then never doing anything else.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
learning just enough about a particular topic, so that I can seem like I know what I'm talking about. A friend of mine once said she didn't know if I actually knew all this trivia or if I was just really good at sounding authoritative.

(Its both)
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Books: I like the ones about the things that actually happened, especially if George Washington, World War II, or a submarine turns up. Too bad George Washington never got to sink a U-boat. I've been big on World War I lately, as its the 100th anniversary and a lot of the things I see in the paper are triggering a "wait this seems familiar..." vibe.

Movies: Rather shamelessly, I enjoy the movies where a lot of stuff explodes and you don't have to think too much. Especially because I can make fun of the plot holes and illogical character decisions. Affleck is going to be a terrible Batman.

Shows: I liked Fiddler. Or wait did they mean TV!? Too late, typed Fiddler. 30 Rock, Mad Men, Archer, Sherlock, Vikings, Venture Bros, Air Disasters, Seinfeld, Bob Burger ("His name is Bob Burger." Ha Teddy rules.), that sort of business. It caused me physical discomfort to start a sentence with "30" instead of "Thirty."

Music: A cavalcade of guilty pleasures.

Food: Why is cereal not marketed to adults?
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
1) clothes, because going outside naked usually ends up with uncomfortable encounters with law enforcement
2) a skeletal and muscular system designed to operate in 1 G conditions, so that I can freely move about but not also worry about accidentally jumping at escape velocity
3) the Earth's magnetosphere, to prevent solar flares from irradiating me and everything I've ever loved
4) everything I've ever loved, which includes chicken fingers, cats that feel like they're made out of velvet, candles that smell like vanilla frosting, and a good hot shower after a crappy day
5) the ability to comprehend the English language and its overwhelmingly massive vocabulary
6) that glorious week of the year when the sun sets at, like, 9 PM

Hey, it said think outside the box, so Mission Accomplished.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
pondering the viability of a business that is both a gym and a laundromat. People just sit there waiting for the laundry. Why not give them, like, a treadmill or something?
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Ancient Aliens is on that night, so I'm probably yelling angry things at the TV.

Pyramids are just big, well engineered stone piles. They don't require exotic equipment or fantastic physics. You give a kid some letter blocks and you'll have a pyramidal structure later that day. I'm angry just thinking about it.
You should message me if
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I'm goofy as hell. However, I know how to toggle it on and off. I'm not your supervisor, so its your call in the end anyhow.