30Cabot, United States
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My self-summary
For the most part, I'm a very laid back guy. The rest of the time I like to think of myself as a free floating consciousness that uses this mortal shell as a chariot! :) I currently devote most of my time to pursuing a BS degree in Computer Science. After earning my degree, I intend to relocate to Boulder or Denver, Co because they have a larger job market for CS majors than Silicon Valley and it's insanely beautiful there. Two years and counting!

I'm known for my sense of humor, which is often dark, goofy, and mildly sarcastic. Think Monty Python meets George Carlin with a smidgen of Bill Hicks thrown in for good measure. Yep, I just made you have a thought! Enjoy!!!

I also LOVE to debate. Basically, I'm just here looking for someone to be really weird with. Normality is just so very boring, unless you're a weird person, than normality is probably nice for a change of pace. (Yep, I just blew my own mind! (not really.)).
What I’m doing with my life
Working on obtaining an undergrad degree in CS with a minor in Biology. I'm in my last semester of my sophomore year of college and I can't wait for it to be over with! I try to get outdoors whenever I can. It's about all this state has to offer, other than fried food and church's, both of which are terrible for your health.

I'm also just trying to be young while I can. Sounds easy in theory, but in practice it is really quite a pain! I mean really: How does one simply undue years of social engineering and just be one's self? As Slartifbartfarst put it "Perhaps I'm old and tired, but I think that the chances of finding out what's actually going on are so absurdly remote that the only thing to do is to say, "Hang the sense of it," and keep yourself busy. I'd much rather be happy than right any day." (RIP Douglas Adams)
I’m really good at
Procrastination and memorizing literally everything, except anything I see when using Stumbleupon. Media overload! I can also make you laugh if life happens to you or laugh with you on the moment you realize that the best memories of your childhood all involved regular Nintendo and Saturday morning cartoons ( long live Life with Louie!)
The first things people usually notice about me
I would have to say my height. At 6'6" tall, I'm kind of hard to miss. Also, I wear a size 16 shoe, and you know what they say about guys with big feet? We wear big socks! Fact.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
For the sake of the reader, I'll limit this list to my top five favorites in each category except the Music category. Life without music is like an episode of the Outer Limits without an apocalyptic ending or an NES game that is easy to beat. Pure madness, I say!

Books- Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams, The Foundation series by Isaac Asimov, Numbers in the Dark by Italo Calvino, David Copperfield by Charles Dickens, and Childhoods End by Arthur C. Clarke.

Movies: Lost in Translation, Shawshank Redemption, Midnight in Paris, There Will be Blood, and In Bruge.

Shows: The Walking Dead, The Daily Show, Colbert Report, Looney Tunes (the older episodes), and Band of Brothers (I still can't figure this one out, but I really like the show. Odd, yet so very true.)

Music: Explosions in the Sky, Sigur Ros, Bon Iver, The National, M83, God is an Astronaut, The Album Leaf, The Shins, Local Natives, The Beatles, Dylan, My Head is an Animal, Radiohead, Mono, Mogwai, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Arcade Fire, Tom Waites, Beirut, The Fleet Foxes, Passion Pit, Clint Mansell and the Kronos Quartet, and the Sweeney Todd soundtrack (judge not lest ye' be judged!)

Food: Anything. Everything. No insects. So not really anything and everything.
Six things I could never do without
1. My imagination
2. My older brother
3. My laptop
4. My car
5. Rush Limbaugh (strictly for comedic purposes)
6. The end of Shawshank Redemption
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The future, who I'll be in twenty years, what non-existence will be like, why people still vote, why people voted to make nature illegal (yes, I'm referring to marijuana), dark matter, what Isacc Newton would have done if he had the internet, and what my definition of happiness is. I also daydream about how cool it would be to be Ford Prefect (bonus points if you know who that is and why that would be amazing!)
On a typical Friday night I am
Likely staying up late to finish an essay at the last minute, reading a book, daydreaming to England by the National, wondering where the atoms that comprised my body as child are now, closing my eyes and typing the first words that come to mind regardless of the fact that they will probably be used by my future offspring to gain power of attorney over my future estate. I can't wait till they exist so I can regret making them exist. :)
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I spend way to much time thinking about mind blowing concepts like the nature of consciousness, the distances between stars, and why people worship celebrities.
You should message me if
You've managed to get this far without loosing interest. I hear that's a good sign, though you should probably see a mental health professional because you're probably weird, too. Yay!

Also, if you've ever day dreamed to Beth-Rest by Bon Iver, watched Glen Beck's show just for a good laugh, or asked why there isn't a Q&A segment in Sunday School, you should definitely message me for we are kindred spirits!
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