I will start this off by saying that I am happily married to the love of my life and partner Aeaf. We have a non-traditional partnership that is defined mostly by communication. Since people on this website seem to have a thick fascination with labels I would guess our relationship would be called open relationship (polyamorous). I think I saw a flowchart about this a while ago that describes in its own special way how these labels don’t always fit in a box.
So back to the topic at hand. Originally I had written here “I'm a geeky guy who likes to hang out with friends” but on some level I guess that lacks the depth of what makes up me. I am geeky, for sure, with an IT diploma and a career as a sysadmin and software engineer. I grew up playing D&D and wouldn’t think twice about jumping right back into a game (hints!). I tend to be more sensitive than others, and have enough empathy that it shakes my own emotions when someone else gets upset around me. I hide it rather well, unless you know me.
I love electronic music, play video games, play board games with my friends, read science fiction and fantasy, go to festivals… and I know more than I probably should about liquor (definitely craft beer). I am made up of so many different interests that I would find it incredibly difficult to drop myself into one category. What I could say is that I like to have fun and to enjoy life. I am a doer, someone who will make entertainment for myself and make my own world fun when I need it.
I am on this website with my partner to meet new people for hanging out, going on dates, or other types of fun. We are together or apart for the right people. (polyamorous)
I love my job and my career path. If you have any technical questions I am always willing to talk about computer theory or assist with understanding.
Recently read "The Words of Radiance" the second book in the storm light archive. This series is still topping my list. I would say Radiance bumped Kings for top book.
Gaming (video, table, other)
My Childlike Enthusiasm
No particular order they are all important
*I feel like this needs clarification. I don't "need" the internet or computers. I am totally comfortable away from a computer but I have spent the majority of my life building a career around computers. I find them fascinating and it would be difficult to start a new career at this point in my life. With the amount of time I have invested into my knowledge base. It's more of a life sustaining "never do without" than a compulsive need.