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  • Ages 21–30
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My details

Last online
Jul 29
5′ 11″ (1.80m)
Body Type
Not at all
Open relationship
Doesn’t have kids
English, German, Spanish
My self-summary
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Honesty before anything: I have a partner, but rather like the idea that people don't need to stop engaging the opposite sex after finding someone one can commit to. We do agree that humans are not meant to be monogamous, and while we are a priority in each other's lives, we feel there is space for new experiences and people, be it friends or anything else that might naturally develop.

I feel that to challenge the status quo as regards to monogamy requires in itself a certain degree of analysis that most are unfortunately incapable of. It takes a tremendous amount of introspection to step back from the confines of modern defined conceptions of what human relations are allowed to be but it is a fact that we come from non-monogamous community structures. Our species thrived on them and our instincts betray the monogamy model at every turn because we have the potential to experience each other on a much larger scale, one that makes our lives fuller and does away with the pious guilt that corrodes our sense of freewill. Furthermore, the concept of property has been solidified by industrial society and it is pushed forward by the capitalist model, ubiquitously applying it and extending its psychological grip onto people. It lures and entraps us in a golden cage. We experience its confinement in our frustrated desire for something more. Something few will ever allow themselves to have, and it is a profoundly sad reality that our precious time comes and goes unfulfilled, unrealized, cheated, censored and inexorably thwarted from its potential.

Now... a small summary that might help describe the person that inhabits the skin I live in.

1) A number of random, sequential incidents have yielded this person I have become. To see this person in the mirror and to live in this flesh are two different things. We understand that our self image can differ greatly from that of external observation.

2) There is no reason or rhyme. No grand design. There is only what exists within the extent of our faculties, that is, what they can perceive and therefore surmise, what they can do or undo. This is fairly relative to the universe, but the universe is not necessarily equally relative to it, for our diligences are limited to our understanding, which is not unlike our Gods, projections of conjectures.

3) Life is a fleeting moment, a single, forward momentum that transubstantiates the psyche and the body and we are in control of it inasmuch as any self-aware organism is able to further its survival until its inevitable demise.

4) We are born with inherent qualities which we learn to harness or we completely neglect. Success or failure also fall within this category. This is all circumstantial for the most part. What we call luck is in actuality the arbitrary and rampant nature of reality as we experience it. Although learned lessons can in fact aid us to gravitate onto the path of least resistance.

5) Ignorance brings suffering and all knowledge is temporary.

6) Social constructs have yielded a number of useful tools for interaction as well as useless, and in some cases crippling artifices. Discernment is a life long task.

7) Proximal meaning is all we can ever hope for so it should be enough to satisfy our need to make sense out of existence. Once this is accepted, a veil is lifted and a burden is cast aside.

8) Common sense can be practical if applied to positive and negative outcome as a basis for good vs bad. It is in our best interest to look for balance in our exchanges.

9) I believe a redefinition is long overdue so that our collective well being as well as spirits can be lifted above the eroded moral ground through which we currently drag them. We begin this redefinition by understanding human history, by casting aside the obsolete and dispelling the myths that paved the way to civilization. A personal change must take place in which we influence others around us to reevaluate life as we map out a new course towards edification and happier, more equal and balanced lives.
What I’m doing with my life
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I'm just here because I am here. I can't make sense of the predetermined nor the preordained. I can't connect with the vague, vapid and mundane. And yet, I am forced to comply to some degree with what's been outlined thus far. I'm a hedonist if I am anything, if anything I do counts it is not the dollars I earn, which aren't worth the hours spent, it is my ability to see beyond and hope it is contagious to my fellow men and women. To bring forth that which is held back. To treasure pleasure.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Giving that which I must of my own accord give. Improvisation. Cooking. Drawing. Writing. Reflexion. This list was longer but I found it can all be derived from these few sources.
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I don't have any salient physical or behavioral attributes, so I can't really answer this. I imagine whoever put this question here must be a buffoon in reverse. He's having his laugh at our expense.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
This could be a long list so I'll mention a couple authors whose work has moved me or stimulated me: Thomas Ligotti, Chomsky, Frank Herbert, Erich Fromm, Kerouac, Hemingway, Bukowski, Oscar Wilde, Tolstoy, Schopenhauer, Nietzsche, Aldous Huxley, Jack London, Howard Zinn, Darwin, etc.

Recently: It has been a refreshing delight to read Sex at Dawn, it is such a brilliant work and if I could persuade anyone to do themselves a favor it would be to read this book.

Legends of the Fall, (500) Days of Summer, LOTR, Into the Wild, Falling Down, Old Boy, The Libertine, Cidade de Deus, Amores Perros, Lost in Translation, Snatch, The (first) Matrix, The Edukators, The Fountain, Inglorious Basterds, The Beach, Trainspotting, Midnight in Paris, The Darjeeling Limited, I Heart Huckabees, Whatever Works, The Wedding Crashers, Yes Man, Idiocracy, Bad Santa, Superbad, The Fantastic Mr Fox, Kung Fu Panda (I & II)

True Detective, House, Cosmos: A Space-Time Odyssey, House of Cards, Sons of Anarchy, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Game of Thrones, The Fall.

Music is a big part of my life as I'm always listening to it, the list is vast so I'll just name a few favorites: Morrissey/The Smiths, Bad Religion, Saves the Day, City and Colour, The Whitest Boy Alive, Kings of Convenience, Chuck Ragan/Hot Water Music, Gaslight Anthem, The Horrible Crowes, Portishead, Anathema, Opeth, Refused, Shelter, Ignite, Path of Resistance, Shai Hulud, Converge, Integrity, Earth Crisis, Snapcase, Strife, One King Down, Unbroken, Indecision, Turmoil, Buried Alive, Backfire!, Cro-Mags, Agnostic Front, Warzone, Sick Of It All, Youth of Today, Bold, Judge, Gorilla Biscuits, Insted, Trial, Tragedy, From Ashes Rise, Amon Amarth, Crowbar, Pantera, (old) Metallica, Bach, Vivaldi, and so on.

Current playlist: Wolf Down, Balance and Composure, World Collapse.

I love beans, veggies, breakfast foods, chai, chocolate and I hate papaya.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
I can do with just about anything but I like to stay close to family and friends.

Six things I use frequently are:

Music/iPod/Record Player
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
What the future holds. The concept of infinity. Life and death. Time and loved ones. The celestial vault rolling its curtain back above us and into the cold, indifferent space where nuclear explosions incomprehensible distances away blast and shine their burning lights back at us from across the galaxy to say nothing at all, and yet making me stand in complete awe of existence. The futility of political discourse vs the relentless agenda of powers that be. Living stoically without the crutches of our ancestors and making do with proximal meaning in this ephemeral world of false idols and gods with clay feet that we've fashioned for ourselves. The meaning of legacy and it's realistic impact down the increasingly shorter line of planetary sustainability. Living wild and free. Traveling.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Maybe jogging, probably watching a movie, drawing or reading. Going to a show, trying to bend my thoughts along the arches of understanding, reason and insight.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I can admit anything to anyone. Operative word being someone.
You should message me if
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Before enlisting characteristics I'd like to mention that I will probably not contact you first even if I see we have a lot in common. My whole life people who've come in contact with me have always taken the first step. When I have tried it, as luck would have it, it's always been disappointing. So I'll just stick to the protocol I know.

You possess a hedonistic spirit and lust for life.
You need someone to make some popcorn and watch a movie with.
You'd let me take your photograph so I can draw you.
You want to start a music project with me, especially if it's weird and all about having fun like no one's watching.
You can stimulate or challenge my intellect, my creativity and can inspire me to be a better version of myself.
You feel like going to a dumpster looking for long light bulbs to smash against the wall or just about any spontaneous, fun thing you can think of that makes the heart race. I'm your guy.