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36 Denver, CO Man


I’m looking for

  • Women
  • Ages 30–40
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating

My Details

Last Online
Today – 2:25pm
6′ 0″ (1.83m)
Body Type
Virgo, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from university
Entertainment / Media
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t have kids
Likes dogs and has cats

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My self-summary
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Okay, so here's the part where I try to convince you that checking me out was probably the best decision you've made. Ever.

I'm Rob. I've been back in Denver for about six months. I've lived here before. Before that, Wyoming. Now I have a real job, and I'm back! I was a sailor once. I never spent any time on a boat. Lived in Japan for four years. No, I didn't learn much of the language. Yes, 35 year-old Rob does want to build a time machine, go back, and have a chat with 25 year-old Rob about that.

Personality-wise, my Myers-Briggs letters are INFJ. If you're not down with MB, that's cool. I'm not totally sure I'm convinced either.

I guess some things I do in my spare time might be considered a little "square". Think computer-based activities. I've totally thrown 20-sided dice in anger. I think spaceships and robots are cool. See that picture where I'm sipping the beer? I'm wearing a full set of storm trooper armor that I constructed out of cardboard and duct tape. Pretty cool, right?

Ahem! Manly shit! yeahhh... uhhhhh... Let's see.... I can totally drive a forklift. Also, I'm happy to report that every single time I've wielded a chainsaw nothing scary has happened! That's a plus, right? I spent way too much time in the boy scouts as a lad, so I suppose I have skills in things like; pitching tents, reading maps, using a compass, starting fires, and helping old ladies cross the street.

So last year I got a cat. Not more than one like that stinky sidebar likes to imply with it's plural expressions. I wasn't really in the market, but apparently if you stand around in one place long enough, a homeless cat will come find you.
What I’m doing with my life
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Wrangling video data for the man.

Saving up for a real couch.

Training my cat to use the toilet. It's proving to be a little more difficult that I'd anticipated.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Listening. Saving money. Staying up late. Sleeping in. Tact. Messing around with Adobe products (software, not mud). Breaking computers. Self-deprecation. Napping. Trivia-oriented boardgames. Making analogies.

I'm getting better at taking electronic-type stuff apart. I've performed warranty-voiding repairs on my Playstation successfully on two separate occasions. On the flip side; I also punctured the fuser on the office laser printer last year while clearing a paper jam, effectively rendering it useless, so you might say that electronic-type stuff and me have a ways to go relationship-wise.
The first things people usually notice about me
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Either my big blue eyes or more likely, the enormous head that houses them.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Books: Hey, I've read some of those. Mostly fiction, but I'll totally get down on some non-fiction if the subject's compelling. Sci-fi is fun. Remember that one time when you were reading the "about me" section, and I said something about thinking robots and space ships were cool? Ahhh memories... Oh, yeah, books. Uhhh, yeah, they're pretty cool, and I'm not afraid to pick one up every once in a while.

Movies: Anything with spaceships, explosions, robots, or all of the above. I guess I should list some that I think are neat, right? The Shawshank Redemption, Aliens, Eternal sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Heat, Run Lola Run, Predator, Little Children, 2001, Ghostbusters, Star Wars, Indiana Jones, I think you get the idea. The truth is; I love movies, I used to want to make them. There's a good chance I've seen your favorite, and I might even have an opinion about it. There's really only one way to find out.

Shows: You know, they typical stuff everybody's into these days; the ones on HBO and the ones on AMC. Frontline, shoot, I'll watch 60 minutes. Those shows on Discovery where you watch people bumble around while digging for gold. Car shows, which is odd considering I've never turned a wrench on anything with pistons. I think I might just be mesmerized by smooth and shiny things on a lot of levels. I watch a decent amount of TV. Cheap-ass cable is one of the advantages of my job.

Music? Primarily rock. I guess this is the part where I list a few bands so you can quietly judge my plebeian taste in music. Here goes: Radiohead, Queens of the Stone Age, Failure, Deftones, NIN. There. Judge away. I've been appreciating Tears for Fears a lot more lately. Those guys rule.

Food: Wait, am I supposed to list a bunch of ethnic varieties here? What if I said all of them? Would it blow your mind if I said that I'm a fan of Japanese food, but not sushi? I tend to steer away from organ meat. I'm not a food or beer snob. I can be content with a Sonic Burger and a bottle of High Life.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
1. Hot water. Cold showers tend to bring out the worst parts of me.

2. My computer. Writing up snarky profiles on dating websites doesn't happen without one.

3. Disposable income. I don't need to make an argument for this.

4. Steve Jobs will be rolling over in his grave to hide the boner I'm about to give him, but my iphone makes a lot of things pretty damned convenient...

5. Free time. You know, the kind where nothing's scheduled, and you can do whatever you want? That.

6. Uhhhh, I need to think about this one. I know. Lame. I'm working on it. You should probably check back on a regular basis to make sure I get this section honed to the crisp razor-sharpness we both know is possible.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
What's next. How nice it's going to feel when I'm clicking through on that final student loan payment. Designing a cool, yet space-efficient house. How to scrape together the cash necessary to build that house. What's happening in the world. Wondering if we, as a species will ever make it to the point of interstellar travel. Lamenting the fact that I probably won't be alive for that.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Oh, you know, the typical single male Friday night recipe: Friends. Beers. Possibly an attempt at socializing with the opposite sex. Sleep. A movie. Perhaps a pinch of dicking around on my computer. Combine two or three of those, bring to a boil, and viola! Friday Casserole.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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It's not that I think Wes Anderson's a hack or anything, I'm just not in love with his movies. I realize them's fightin' words in some circles. Especially 'round these parts. No, I'm not taking it back.
You should message me if
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You totally agree with something I've said above, and would like to express your approval with some sort of internet high-five.

You absolutely DO NOT agree with something I've said above, and would like to present a clear and concise list of reasons as to why I'm a moron.

You get sarcasm. Once I dated someone who didn't. It was suuuuuuuuuper-fun!

You can smile without looking like it's causing you physical pain. Seriously, if smiling is something you don't really "do", go not do it over at the kids table with the people who don't get sarcasm.

You've got brains. Brains kick ass. If I walked up to some random prison down south, I might just get shot by a man named Rick. 'Cause I love me some braaaaains!.

You've read the whole thing, and feel entitled to some sort of certificate of completion, I guess I could probably get something worked up with my mediocre Adobe skills. I cannot guarantee paper quality.

You've spotted a grammatical error that you just can't let stand. I try to minimize the red squigglies as I'm writing my run-on sentences, but I'm not perfect. Also, you should know that I'm a one space after the period kind of guy. If that's too progressive for you, I can respect that, but I'm not changing unless it turns out that switching to two spaces could end world hunger or something.