31 Petaluma, United States
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My self-summary
I hate describing myself. You've never met anyone like me, I'm the life of the party, I know how to have a good time, I work hard and I play hard and have I used enough cliches? There's some truth to each of them, but learning about me from reading my profile will only get you so far. I have been told, I am an experience.
What I’m doing with my life
Finding new ways to be creative and perform all the time. I'm a writer, street performer, I sing, I act, I dance, I direct, I do animation, narration, draw for recreation, exploration of illustrations, translation of information into visualizations and everything really. It's annoying, I do it all.
I’m really good at
Knowing that actor that was in that thing and which other thing they did and what year that movie came out and who else was in it and which of them hates Julia Roberts (it's almost all of them)
The first things people usually notice about me
I'll give you a hint, it starts with a 6 and ends with a 6.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Space, time, what things will be like in a 1000 years, millions of years. If all the things happening on earth now will pay of over time and we'll be able to branch out and expand across the solar system, galaxy and then universe. These things happen in steps.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
you might ask to see my tattoo, I'll ask you buy me dinner first ;)
You should message me if
This is a bit taken from another person's profile. It really spoke to me. I think more women should keep this in mind, these are their words, but she makes a good point.

I've met a couple of really great guys here. But it bugs me that it has turned into a system that is seriously broken. Guys have to send out an enormous number of messages to get a response, so women get their inboxes jammed with copy-and-paste messages and illiterate one-liners. In response, the women bitch in their profiles about all the spam and demand longer, more thoughtful messages as a way to prioritize which ones to read, and the guys who have any sense balk at the time investment and send very few messages.

I think that if women were just willing to break the rules and write to the guys in the first place, it would save everyone a lot of effort. I've experimented with both approaches, and I've had much more success with the second one.