38Lansing, United States
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My self-summary
My best friends would almost certainly tell you
that I am honest, generous, expressive, open minded, energetic, silly, perceptive and random. Of course, they are my friends, so they have to say nice things about me :b

I'm fairly quiet in public, but I am open with my close friends.

I have returned to LCC this semester after the last round of layoffs. I am currently looking into the vet tech program with MSU/LCC.

I enjoy playing the bass guitar and motorcycling. I desire thoughtful (or just amusing) conversation I'm also an Ingress addict hehe

I was lucky enough to spend a few months in Portland Oregon, and a few more in the town of Paia, (Maui island, in the state of Hawaii). I hope to visit France, Ireland, and England at some point. I'm pretty well over my drifter phase, but I still love to travel in a practical way.

I'm waaaay less serious than this makes me sound. It's funny how the written word does that.

Ultimately, I am very eclectic.
What I’m doing with my life
In the summer I like to mountain bike and go rock climbing. In the winter I tend to read, hit the gym, and basically hibernate the rest of the time.

I work at Domino's part time, just to make ends meet. It pays better than any other college job I can acquire right now.

I quit smoking be warned, I'm a little bit erratic at times lol

My cat, Boris, is important to me. Nuff said.

I work around 30 hours, and go to school full time. I am taking an 8 credit combo math course, and an argumentative essay writing course. The former is quite fast paced, so I am fairly busy at this point.
I’m really good at
I hate the phrase I'm really good at. What kind of an arrogant jerk writes that?....anyway....I'm really good at playing the bass guitar, being silly, incidental irony, and generally just being creative.
The first things people usually notice about me
I have several tattoos.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Lamb, the Gospel According to Biff, Christs Childhood Pal. Fight Club. All kinds of cheesy Sci-Fi novels.
Movies: 2001 A Space Odyssey, The Fountain, Avatar, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Gran Torino, Drive.
Music: Huge variety...The Red Hot Chile Peppers, Iron Maiden, Bob Marley, Black Sabbath, Johnny Cash, Tool, and Gogol Bordello are close to the top of the list.
Food: Mexican, Italian, Chinese...I'm just happy that I can afford to eat :-p
Six things I could never do without
I'm going to pretend that this is a list of the six people or things I would be less happy without.

1) Family
2) intelligent people
3) nature
4) Boris (my cat)
5) Music
6) Sunshine
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Ways to make people laugh. The vastness of the universe. Where the f*^k I left my wallet. How I would rather be in Hawaii. Why my neighbor doesn't pull the garlic mustard weed out from his maple tree bed. Why no one ever writes on their profile that they are an uptight, closed minded, and dishonest person seeking a dramatic and over-hyped first date :b How fun it would be to just hit the road in an RV.
On a typical Friday night I am
Working and/or doing homework :/
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
It's hard, this being an adult thing. It's not like when we were kids. Making friends now seems more like a peace treaty than a spit pact. I find that I rarely meet people who engage my inner self and activate my fun side. I miss my old friends, and I keep secretly hoping to add life loving adults to fill the empty places they left in my life. Perhaps this is nostalgic drivel, perhaps it's a brilliant epiphany. I dunno :b
You should message me if
You aren't the creeper, or you are, but you own it.
The two of us