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25 • Damascus, MD • Man
I’m looking for
- Ages 21–34
- Near me
- Who are single
- For long-term dating, short-term dating
- Last Online
- Dec 18, 2014
- 6′ 4″ (1.94m)
- Body Type
- Mostly anything
- When drinking
- Working on university
- Relationship Status
- Relationship Type
- Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
- Likes dogs and likes cats
- English (Fluently)
Roadside Picnic is my favorite science fiction book, followed closely by Dune, Ender's Game, Perdido Street Station, and Frankenstein. I enjoy reading works by scientists and philosophers, especially Carl Sagan (if the first section didn't give that away), Plato, Richard Dawkins, and David Hume. I just finished Paddle Your Own Canoe by Nick Offerman, and it was awesome.
I can watch almost anything, but I'm partial to science fiction and documentaries.
Hello Internet and Welcome to Night Vale are my favorite podcasts. As far as TV shows go, I like HBO style shows, and sci-fi shows across the board. I also love all of the shows Joss Whedon has done, so I’m a bit of a fanboy.
I can find a sound I enjoy in almost any genre, but it helps if it's a song I can sing along to.
I’m a carnivore. I like my meat rare and my vegetables non-existent. I model my diet on the dwarves from J. R. R. Tolkien's novels. Cheese is good, too.
-The smell of fresh cut Spanish Cedar. Of all the woods I've worked with, this one definitely smells the best.
-A clear summer night's sky. On every night I am able and the sky is clear, I watch the stars for at least 30 minutes. I don't own a telescope or binoculars, but I don't care. It's wondrous enough up there with just my eyes to see.
-A good set of sharpening stones. Sharp tools are safe tools.
-A notebook and pen. Seriously. Is there a better way to remember all your ideas that works anywhere? I haven't found one.
-A good beer to wind down with after a long day, usually accompanied by a good steak. There may not be a heaven, but this is as close as you could probably get.
Since joining this site: How a person can possibly think that the relative position of the sun to imaginary diagrams we have drawn to connect dots on a 2D projection of objects in r3 (that, in reality, have nothing in common) can have any effect whatsoever on the events of their life and their personality.
Sidenote: I'm not a fan of religion. I've dated religious people before, but if this is too much of a barrier for you, move along.
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