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My self-summary
Welp, most of what you can learn about me is listed all over my page around here. Most people describe me as too smart for my own good, a bit out there, over thinking, over analyzing, and a little moody. But I do have quite a dry wit that gets me by tho. :)
What I’m doing with my life
Workin' hard and lovin' freedom.
I’m really good at
Reading and writing, fast learning, working at my job with a great zeal and quality, interpreting and understanding many things like music, movies, literature, sciences and religions, speaking my mind as politely and as honestly as possible, communicating with all levels, types, and personalities of people, empathizing with others, perceiving people, places, situations, advising with a true intention and being ever so analytical at all times. Being both a curse and a blessing.
The first things people usually notice about me
I'm the ol' typical Virgo man with the sharp blue analytical eyes and questionably furrowed brows. People quickly pick up on my intelligence and comprehension of the conversation. And I think that puts most people off. I got my moments of modesty and intense silence, they say, but I also got a Libran side of me that can be spontaneously communicative, bubbly and peacemaking, quite demanding of equality/fairness, and I'm vury resilient. This cusp combination usually has people seeing me as mysteriously strange or slightly intimidating and possibly unstable. That "mysterious but interesting looking stranger" in the crowd that some are apprehensive about approaching. Oh yeah, and I'm not very tall. :P
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Wow, I got a lot. My Facebook's got all my likes in detail but here's some of my main ones to give you an idea of my diversity;

Books: The Bible, Calvin & Hobbes, Flowers for Algernon, graphic novels, manga, anything Stephen King, Robinson Crusoe, The Purpose Driven Life, The Da Vinci Code, encyclopedias, textbooks, Popular Mechanics/Science, and C.S. Lewis.

Movies: The Passion of The Christ, Being John Malkovich, Clean and Sober, The Big Lebowski, Edward Scissorhands, Donnie Darko, Misery, Lord Of The Rings, Contact, There's Something About Mary, Super Troopers, The Devil's Advocate, The Matrix, Rainman, Casino, Scarface, Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas, and Avatar.

Shows: Arrested Development, Mr. Show, Family Guy, Futurama, 3rd Rock From The Sun, The Colbert Report, The X-Files, How It's Made, Full Metal Alchemist, Bleach, Inuyasha, Mr. Bean, Metalocalypse, Jeopardy, Science Channel, The Venture Brothers (Go team Venture!), The History Channel, Samurai Champloo, Upright Citizens Brigade, Strangers With Candy, Unsolved Mysteries, Harvey Birdman Attorney At Law, NOVA, and Touched By An Angel.

Music: Porcupine Tree, Tool, Deftones, Soundgarden, Jars Of Clay, Chicago, Fiona Apple, Mad Season, Alice In Chains, In This Moment, Hinder, The Eagles, Bjork, Dream Theater, dc Talk, Newsboys, Rush, Led Zepplin, Mazzy Star, Puscifer, Garbage, Pink Floyd, Steve Miller Band, Tori Amos, P.O.D., Bone Thugs & Harmony, Warren G, CKY, HIM, Smile Empty Soul, Stevie Wonder, Days Of The New, The Police, Phil Collins, A Perfect Circle, Fleetwood Mac, and Chevelle.

Food: Oriental, buttered egg noodles, pizza, mac & cheese, burgers NOT from fast food joints, salads, cheese fries w/ thousand island or ranch, brussel sprouts, avocados, pastas, scrambled eggs w/ ketchup, Greek potatoes, oysters/mussels, cheesy mango shrimp, and crab casinooooo! :D
Six things I could never do without
Well, there's the physical things and the metaphysical things that I couldn't do without. The physical things are obvious so here are the metaphysical things:

1: Intelligent Design/"God" (We'd not exist without It.)
2: Light (Nobody likes to be left in the dark.)
3: Companionship (Life wasn't meant to be lived alone.)
4: Emotions (The fuel to our inner fires and desires.)
5: Order/Laws/Justice (A suitable place/rule for everything.)
6: Variety (It would be totally boring without it.)

Poetic much?
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Music, the afterlife, the current life, the human condition and the condition of our world and society, my family, other people, my direction in life, finding true love, work, real happiness, pain and sorrow, financial stability, education, tech and the implications of AI ethics, self-honesty and honesty with others. The usual. I generally spend a lot of time thinking about how I'm thinking. That's philosophy 101; "Philosophy is thinking about how you think."
On a typical Friday night I am
Either downtown scurrying about, out at Dennis' Place (or somewhere) singing karaoke, or at home watching YouTube/Netflix videos, movies, episodes, documentaries, reading or playing some vidya games. Lotsa fun, huh!? :D
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
If I admit that right here then it's really not private anymore, right?
You should message me if
If you have the patience to meet new ppl, if you can relate, or if you're just plain ol' interested. I STAY connected, so leave a message after the beep...

Btw, I can't see who "likes" me here, so just shoot a msg to me if ya do.

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