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What I’m doing with my life
Though the college I moved out here to attend turned out to be a bit of a sham, Seattle and I are well suited for one another. Currently I free lance on the side while working your typical, decent paying but low challenge level job until I have built up enough of a portfolio. Between those two things, general tom foolery and mayhem.
I’m really good at
Creative things such as drawing, writing, painting, sculpting and the like. I spend most of my time doing it and I plan to spend my life in the same fashion. I may not be able to hit the broad side of a barn with my throwing arm or solve a highly complex math problem but I can draw you what it would look like if I could.
The first things people usually notice about me
Tough to say. Physically, my best guess would be my hair or height once I'm standing close enough but to be frank, I had to ask someone to get a clue on that one. Outside of that, once I open my mouth, its made pretty obvious that I don't have a fully functioning filter on the things I say. I also don't seem to be making any attempts to fix that.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: American Lion, Watership Down, Red Shirts, Wuthering Heights, 1984, Brave New World etc. I don't read as much as I used to but I'm always open to suggestions.

Movies:...Really? Way to many to list but I'll try the highlights I can remember/see from my desk. Star Trek, Anonymous, Howls Moving Castle, Dark Knight Rises, Avengers, Brave, V for Vendetta, How to Train your Dragon, Signs, Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, etc. Mostly animated movies, scifi, fantasy, action stuff. There are very few "girl" movies I really like. Most of them are things like Pride and Prejudice, Jane Eyre, Phantom of the Opera, Anna and the King...Looking at it now, a lot of historical romances.

Shows: Not much of a tv watcher. The few culprits that I either own or watch on Netflix are usually Big Bang, Mythbusters, American Pickers, Star Trek and Walking Dead.

Music: I listen to just about anything. Most recently I've been letting Saeglopur by Sigur Ros and the Bane chant from Batman repeat on my computer but aside from that it just depends on what I'm doing. Word of advice though, my music I use to play games online is usually either semi-decent or complete crap.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
-Villains. Characters like Loki and Bane really intrigue me and I'll argue with just about anyone that they make far more compelling characters than their heroic counterparts. Naturally though, that usually breaks down into me impersonating Bane rather poorly to myself and skips right along to movie trivia and whats for dinner.

-What to draw.

-I do that weird thing some of us won't own up to where you run conversations through your head hypothetically. Most of them complete nonsense of course. Such as what I would say to a bank robber if he held me hostage and I had yet to develop those super powers I'm waiting on.
On a typical Friday night I am
Watching Big Bang over Chinese and Dr.Pepper before playing a few rounds of League of Legends, staring down my cat and eventually falling asleep at 2am watching Mythbusters blow something up. Actually... that's just about every night, with minor variations in food and viewing choices.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I own an adult pair of footy pajamas, which I WILL wear whenever I have food delivered just to see the look on their face when a six foot tall woman with a Vulcan-like hairstyle answers the door in over-sized, kids, night gear. Honestly though, there isn't too much I won't own up to.
You should message me if
-You have nerd like tendencies that you would like to have a partner in crime for.
-Camping out in a public place with cheeseburgers and some milkshakes in order to people watch sounds like a good time.
-You would be open to the idea of a "bad movie" marathon where we spend the evening pointing out scientific inaccuracies or how often the actors suddenly become less bloody from scene to scene.
-Nothing above has frightened or otherwise unnerved you.
The two of us