33 Davenport, United States
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My self-summary
I'm really not all that great about talking myself up. I'll keep it simple... I'm a nerd. I read, A LOT. FOR FUN. I've been known to do some hardcore baking. Occasionally, I'll get into hourlong nonsensical debates about random nerdy things that have no bearing on anything important. Despite (or because of) all this nerdiness, I am quite awesome. When I was a kid, I wanted to be a robot when I grew up. To be honest, I'm a little bummed that it didn't work out the way I planned.

Other pertinent info: I like coffee, computers, traveling (I try to get out of the QC as often as possible) watching movies, sarcasm, and just plain old kicking it.

Even MORE pertinent info: I am 100% self sufficient. I have a full time job. I own my own car. I have a valid license. I am fully capable of cooking and cleaning for myself. I'm not saying this to brag, just to point out that I meet the minimum requirements for adulthood.

ISTJ - For those of you that care about that sort of thing.
What I’m doing with my life
Planning my escape from the Midwest.

I'm currently working for a multinational telecommunications corporation, which I'm contractually bound not to speak ill of on the internet. So, it shall remain nameless.

I'm just about done with my associates degree in IT. What I'm going to do with that, I haven't quite figured out.

*Edit* I just realized that I've answered more than 1100 questions here. So, that's what I'm doing with my life.
I’m really good at
Being non competitive. Video games. Taking naps. Making people laugh. Procrastinating. I'm pretty much a boss at Cards Against Humanity. Also, I'm the best at sarcastic remarks.
The first things people usually notice about me
That I'm a little short for a stormtrooper?
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Mysteries/Thrillers, like Lee Child, Elmore Leonard, and Harlan Coben. Recently I've been into true crime and biographies as well.

Movies: Birdman, Crank, Departed, Fight Club, Gone Baby Gone, Hanna, Heat, I Love You Phillip Morris, Inception, Let the Right One In, Guardians of the Galaxy, Moon, Nightcrawler, Robocop, Rocknrolla, Scott Pilgrim, Her, Smokey and the Bandit, Shawshank Redemption, Sherlock Holmes, Super, Taken, The Town, Star Wars (OG Trilogy only.) Whiplash.

TV: (In no particular order) The Simpsons (up to about season 10) Life and Times of Tim, Shameless (UK and US) Justified, Mad Men, Breaking Bad, Bob's Burgers Archer, Always Sunny, Homicide, Southland, Venture Bros, Law and Order UK, Legit, The Americans, Last Week Tonight, Broad City, Eastbound and Down, The IT Crowd, Workaholics, Doctor Who, or pretty much anything on the BBC or Channel 4.

Music: Beastie Boys, Grizzly Bear, Department of Eagles, Rustie, Justice, Daft Punk, El-P, Air, Girl Talk, Janelle Monae, Boards of Canada, Kanye, Mux Mool, Miho Hatori, Killer Mike, No Doubt, Atmosphere, Battles, Blockhead, Chemical Brothers, Massive Attack, The Cardigans, Rolling Stones, Weezer, Jamie Lidell, Run The Jewels, Chance the Rapper, Royksopp, The Jet Age of Tomorrow, DJ Shadow, Ratatat, Wham!, The Avalanches, Grandaddy Hot Chip, Mr. Oizo, Breakbot, !!!, M83, Toro Y Moi, Thundercat, Flying Lotus, Teebs, Stereolab, Childish Gambino, Washed Out, Emika.
The six things I could never do without
1. My Family
2. Books
3. The Internet
4. Woolite Dark (Saves me from faded tees!)
5. Those little floss stick things
6. Sleep
I spend a lot of time thinking about
When's the next time I'm going to Whole Foods. What breakfast cereal Morgan Freeman prefers. Or, how much more awesome my life would be if I sounded like Gene Hackman (very awesome.)
On a typical Friday night I am
Usually at home reading, I have to be at work early on Saturday morning. Currently working my way through Magic City on Netflix. Because I'm clearly 'bout that life.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
OK, I never tell anyone this but: In the original Transformers movie (1986, animated) there's this part where Optimus Prime dies. I have to make a conscious effort not to cry like a 9 year old with a skinned knee.

Also: I like Matlock. In a non ironic fashion.
You should message me if
You're up for an occasional bike ride.
You're down for spur of the moment road trips.
You saw the Sad Wolverine pic, and made it this far.
You know the difference between there, they're and their.
You find guys with an encyclopedic knowledge of Simpsons quotes irresistible.
You're getting ready to click that star. I don't have A-list. Save the guesswork.
You want a new Netflix buddy. I can provide a couch.
If you're down with the child-free lifestyle.
You just want to hang out and have a good time over a plate of waffles.