Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
My beginnings are split between Stone Mountain and South Los
Angeles. A wild child who ran barefoot in the backwoods, I was
riddled with mosquito bites and dirt. My passion for the outdoors
was spawned in Georgia, and I still enjoy hiking or camping under
the stars. City living blessed me more practical skills, such as
street savviness and survivability. I've parlayed those into some
software ventures. They make for some interesting stories...
I have a passion for science that struck me the moment I jammed a
key into a plug socket at age 4. Am I a troublemaker? Absolutely.
At the very least, I am a poster child for plastic socket covers.
Science teaches you to question everything, and so I have an innate
curiosity about the nature of existence. Meeting new people or
discovering new urban venues piques my interest; I'm fascinated by
what makes people tick, and will fondle your brain deliberately if
you put it out there.
At the heart, I'm as perfectly imperfect a man I can be, looking
for someone to share life's journey with.
What I’m doing with my life
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My INTP tendencies are well matched to my career as an engineer.
When I write software for my aerospace firm, I see a symphony of
instructions and conduct them into a harmony. I wish I shot monkeys
into space for a living; it seems like a relaxed gig...
Outside of the office, my logical side disengages to flex more
creative pursuits. I've taken up charcoal rubbing as a way to
diverge from comic book and anime art. I do some writing too, which
can come off snarky, or sound deeply poetic. I get lucky
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I can take a basket of green circuit board, diodes, and resistors
and assemble a fully armed and operational battle station. Just
don't ask me to fix your computer; I'm overbooked as it is! A
couple turns of my wrench can take your car from commuter to
Formula One greatness, and I've mastered the kitchen well enough to
keep the smoke alarm at bay. I'm as fair minded as Judge Judy, with
a lot less attitude.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I get comments about my eyes, specifically my eyelashes. I don't
get why every woman wants to curl them :-P
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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Guillermo Del Toro gets in my head with his 'The Strain' thriller.
Nothing like reading about pale parasitic vampires to get a good
nights rest. Paul Graham has some interesting thoughts in 'Hackers
and Painters'. And I couldn't get my science fix without reading
Stephen Hawking and Carl Sagan.
AT-ATs marching across the frozen surface of Hoth hold a heavy
influence in my life, making 'The Empire Strikes Back' a go-to
favorite. The computer dream world of the 'Matrix' gets me fired up
with it's mix of philosophy, Martial arts and future dystopian
For eats, the combination of tangy cheese, seasoned chicken and
chilli mole is all I need. I love a good enchilada, so much so that
I make them from scratch myself on the regular.
I enjoy electronic beats fused with string instrumentals. I rock
out to Linkin Park or Daft Punk in an instant, but I'm game for all
music, even country. Coltrane's emotional saxophone is another all
time favorite. #NowPlaying 'My Little Brown Book', by John
Deep science TV trips my brain like LSD, from the fantastically
impossible worlds of Fringe or Star Trek, to documentary style
explorations like Through the Wormhole. If computers are a major
plot theme, I'm all-in. Interested in seeing "Blackhat"? Japanese
animation is also a favorite that brings diversified
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
The tingly, connected sensation of bare-skinned intimacy
The synthetic sound of electronic dance music...
Stimulating conversation that borders on the imaginative...
Brain augmenting Internet, to race with the machines (kudos
The aromatic flavor of freshly roasted coffee...
The leg burning, heart pound sensations that come with pushing the
limit on my road bike...
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
My travel destinations for this year... is it a holiday with those
cheeky blokes across the pond in Great Britain, or perhaps visiting
temple in the modern but traditional country of Japan? There's
always visiting family in Belize...
Whether my mobile application will be successful...
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Just as at home watching world-ending science fiction on Netflix,
as I am guzzling golden brews to the chants and raves of football
fanatics. You might catch me amid the breaking of billiard balls
and the folk singing of Johnny Cash at Mr Lucky's. However, Sipping
a vermouth heavy Manhattan at Perch above the downtown Skyline is
always appealing; the city traffic is drowned out as a live band
plays a jazzy number that can be background to deep philosophical
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I used to be afraid of flying, but a career of business travel has
me all Tyler Durden about it.
You should message me if
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If you made it this far, you might be interested, so I suppose the
real question is if you are interested enough to do anything about
Chemistry is definitely a plus, but I'm looking for more than that.
A woman with initiative, who can be vulnerable and receptive
to romance. You're interested in building a solid financial future,
and share similar philosophies about life.
Bonus points: You want to teach me French or Japanese. Arigato!
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