I live and work in downtown with all of the yuppies and overpriced stores. Don't have a need for a car yet, might get one in the future.
I might float past your profile, but don't expect me to message unless it makes me laugh.
Free time is spent online, writing, gaming, drawing, and laughing at stupid things.
I sometimes venture into Pike's for comics and expensive honey but am otherwise content to be a hermit. (Except when it's time for a vacation; then I'll go further afield. WSMR recently, Barcelona next.)
Conducting an imaginary orchestra.
Applying a cold, mechanical logic to everything when I'm not quoting awful movies from the 90s.
Decapitating champagne bottles.
Making people laugh and being way more relaxed and nonsensical than you'd think from looking at me. Or at least I hear that a lot from people.
And being calm under pressure; that too. Recently told I was unflappable.
I wear paratrooper boots and dress shoes in equal measure.
A hoodie is frequently present.
Colossus - The Forbin Project
Deus Ex / Bloodborne / GTA:V / Persona 5
Always Sunny / Seinfeld
Blazing Saddles / Airplane!
MST3K / Bad Movies
Operation Iceworm / SAGE / Uranium Society
Classical / Techno / Soundtracks
Victorian England / Jet Age
Shows with a villain protagonist
Sushi / Steak / Sweets
Ghost in the Shell / Black Lagoon / Youjo Senki
Southern Pacific / Eastern Caribbean
If you're a fan of any of the above, we have something in common.
If people can appreciate how tiny and insignificant they are.
If I'll ever get to live in an Arcology.
How easy it is to create instant comedy by Photoshopping the Brazzers logo into almost any picture.
If I'll be alive when we experience our extinction event.
Streets clear. No danger.
You'll turn your missile key at the same time I turn mine.
You're content with solitude but are in the market for a friend and fellow weirdo.
You'd be willing to copilot a Tiger I with me.
You own a gas mask.
You're working on a personal creative project. (Book, play, composition, sculpture; anything.)
You're among them but not of them.
But honestly, you should just send a message if you find your cursor drifting over the 'Like' button. Maybe something fun comes out of it. Why hesitate?