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38 M Austin, TX

My Details

Last Online
Jul 16, 2006
6′ 0″ (1.83m)
Body Type
Rather not say
Agnosticism, but not too serious about it
Pisces, but it doesn’t matter
Graduated from university
Rather not say
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Doesn’t want kids
Likes dogs and has cats
English (Fluently), French (Poorly), C++ (Fluently)

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My self-summary
As far as I know, nobody has been able to capture me in a photo that is any good.

I'm a computer guy. My job, and several of my goals, revolve around computers. I tend to focus on my off-line goals at home, though. I am an avid reader, movie-watcher, and collector. I love to laugh, and some might say that I have a good sense of humor.

I watch a lot of anime. Half of the time, it's not for the plot, but for the art. There are only a few titles that I feel cut it in the plot category, usually the ones where the plot isn't readily apparent on a first viewing.

I generally stay away from my computer outside of work, except for the habitual checking of OKCupid (among others) for my personal mail. This makes my profile tend to be out-of-date. I only change it when I feel inspired in some way. Today, I just feel like rambling.

(Last edit, 5/8/2006.)

I am passionate, diabolical, and thoughtful
What I’m doing with my life
I think I have ADD. I tend to switch rapidly between as many as 5 or 6 projects at a time. So, I rarely finish them. Most of them are not really important to finish; they are my hobbies, after all.

I work as a computer programmer for the tech arm of a legal services company. Long hours, short pay, but it's enough to get by. I really want to get back into a startup (or start my own), so I am holding out for that.

I am teaching myself to cook. So far, I have only figured out the art of pasta (with homemade meat sauce, of course), and stir-fry.

I read lots of books. It seems like a book is the only thing that I am able to finish at times. Even if it's a bad one, I have to finish it, or it will bug me until I do. I have even read most of the technical reference books I have from cover to cover.

I play video games, sometimes. I like the RPG-type, with a beginning, middle, and end. I usually find myself quitting and moving on to something else as I approach the end. I think this is because I tend to get very frustrated with the last (or nearly last) boss. Sometimes, I'll pick it back up months (or years) later, just to see what the ending is like.

I collect DVDs. Well, I used to. I still have what I have managed to gather so far, but I haven't added to it recently. The anime side of my collection is, sadly, much more recent than the actual movie side, but the anime sets come with all the cool toys!

I used to play Dungeons & Dragons in college. I haven't since then, but my love for it has lingered on. There is a game that I am ready to run in the back of my head, all I have to do is write it down and find some players. I put no effort into either. Maybe that's for the best.

Crossword puzzles, at least twice a week; more often, if I have the time. Sudoku is my latest addiction, though; two or three of those a day. Any kind of mind exercise is good with me, though.
I’m really good at
Rambling on and on, when the mood strikes me, or not saying a word at all... I have to go to work now; will make some more changes later.

Keeping friends (though perhaps not making them). Procrastination. Computers. Math (or I used to be).
The first things people usually notice about me
I don't know, you'd have to ask one of my friends.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
(a) In no particular order (some authors, some specific titles): Asimov. Lord of the Rings. Shakespeare. Phillip K. Dick. Manga. Frankenstein. Crime and Punishment (yes, really). Terry Pratchett. Orson Scott Card. Tom Clancy. William Gibson.

(b) Shuffled randomly: Dodgeball. Sin City. Young Frankenstein. 12 Monkeys. Spaceballs. The Matrix (the first one). Dazed and Confused. Evil Dead, especially 2, and Army of Darkness. Akira. The Fifth Element. Top Secret. Better off Dead. I really did like the Lord of the Rings, even though they missed so many things from the books. I also enjoy "artsy" films, like Waking Life or May.

(c) You know the drill: Radiohead. Paul Oakenfold. Nirvana. Audioslave. Nine Inch Nails. Foo Fighters. Ministry. Pink Floyd. Red Hot Chili Peppers. Stone Temple Pilots. Pearl Jam. Several local bands.

(d) Sushi. Anything spicy. Greek. BBQ. Korean. Italian. Hungarian. Anything else that isn't too likely to kill me.

(bonus round)

(e: Anime/Manga) Cowboy Bebob. Evangelion. Texhnolyze. The Slayers. Ghost In The Shell. Chobits. Lain. Metropolis. Bubblegum Crisis. Fushigi Yugi. Legal Drug. Nausicaa. Haibane-Renmei.
The six things I could never do without
books, beer, music, my iPod, my friends, my laptop
On a typical Friday night I am
Wondering why the hell my friends want to watch tv instead of go do something, and usually ending up at a club or a bar. Sometimes, I just stay at home (or at a friend's house) and play cards or dominoes.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I can't sleep well unless I am sleeping in the nude.

I am trying to get a Top Secret security clearance.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 26–62
  • Near me
  • Who are single
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating, casual sex
You should message me if
You think I'm cute, are just looking for a friend to chat with, or have something interesting to say.