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  • Ages 21-34
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Last online
Oct 4
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6' 4" (1.94m)
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Working on University
Doesn’t have kids but might want them
English (Fluently)
My self-summary
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I like to think I’m funny, but probably only about 90%...okay, 80% of the time (let’s be realistic). I’m passionate with whatever I set my mind to. I’m a gearhead, prospective physicist, skeptic, and part-time woodworker. I’m good with computers and technology, but, really, I’d much rather be outside camping, grilling, playing rugby, or driving. I love reading, writing, and learning in general. I'm a vocal science advocate I try to spend a portion of every day learning about how the universe functions. I’m always hunting for new things to explore. I'm a very empathetic person, and I try to expand my ethical circle as far as possible. I still have biases, just like everyone else, sure, but I actively confront them and try my best to overcome them. Whenever I have trouble, I always come back to the infamous words of Carl Sagan from his book, Pale Blue Dot: A Vision of the Human Future in Space: This clip is from the new Cosmos show. If this doesn't put a lump in your throat, I don't know what will.
What I’m doing with my life
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Right now I’m working as Mr. Computer Man at a children’s hospital, so I'm basically a super hero. No autographs, thank you. I'm going back to finish my bachelor's in physics and will most likely go into a doctorate program as soon as I can. I recently got back into woodworking and making things in general, which absorbs most my free time. I’m reading through a stack of books that gets higher faster than I can get through them. I’m trying to find time to get back into rugby and go on all the trips I want to. All while spending time with my family and friends whenever I can. Yeah, that pretty much sums it up.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I have a mind for the mechanical and electric. I can reverse engineer most things I see (it took me a while to realize most people can’t do this), and when I can’t, I’m totally fascinated. I’m a fucking surgeon with a soldering iron. I can drive anything, and I can drive it well. I like to think I’m good at writing, but time will tell.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I’m tall, I have pretty great eyebrows, and my brain is full of little, seemingly random, facts, but I assure you there is a reason I learn these things. Haha.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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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 six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
-That feeling when you accelerate perfectly out of a turn; the rear end squats, your tires are on the edge of traction, you clip the outside of the lane, and you feel like you're going 100MPH, no matter how slow it may actually be.
-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.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
New business ideas, new furniture to build, what kind of house I want to build, what I want to do to my car, what I should learn next, and that thing I told myself I needed to do today, but now can’t seem to put my finger on. Seriously, what the hell was it?

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.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Woodworking, working on my car, reading, going to see a movie, having a bonfire, sleeping under the stars, or going for a drive with no destination; all while usually conversing with friends. Except for the movies...Don't be that person.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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When I shave completely (rarely), I shave into as many designs as possible before I go all the way. It's fun :).
You should message me if
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You should message me if you think you could teach me a thing, or two. I love learning and jump at the chance to dive into a new skill. Even if I don't get very far, the experience is usually totally worth the effort.

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.