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My self-summary
I don't live in Orlando. Not since 2009 at least. So why the hell am I setting my profile here, you ask? Curiosity, mainly. That and Seattle is a hipster wasteland.

Gamer android with a rogue creative streak. INTJ, if you're down with the MBTI and pseudoscience in general. Noted eccentric and misanthrope. Avid tea drinker. Owner of one or more doomsday weapons. Please message instead of hitting 'Like'; I'm not paying $20 per month to unblur your face.

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.

Talk nerdy to me.
What I’m doing with my life
I work in entertainment. What a long, strange trip it's been.

I'm also a big fan of absorbing information. (Wikipedia, documentaries, books, etc.) I just read a Cold War-era report on Soviet tank and weapons design. Last month, it was the physiology of deep sea life.

I spend my free time working on various creative projects (writing, drawing, designing), gaming, and crafting on occasion.
I’m really good at
Making fun of movies and being a smartass in general.

Applying a cold, mechanical logic to everything.

Being aloof.

Conducting an imaginary orchestra.

Decapitating champagne bottles.
The first things people usually notice about me
I'm tall, thin, and have visible tattoos.

I wear paratrooper boots and dress shoes in equal measure.

A hoodie is almost always present.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Militaria, art, history, conspiracy, trivia, and architectural books. Just picked up one on the Mythology of Oceania. Good stuff.

Classical music mostly, although my collection is very broad. Big fan of Cybernetika and Man With No Name.

Here's a bunch of movies I enjoy:

Outrage and Beyond Outrage
Anything by Kubrick
There Will Be Blood
MST3K / Rifftrax
Undersea horror stuff like Leviathan, Deepstar 6, or The Rift
Atomic warfare stuff like The Day After, Countdown to Looking Glass, or The Atomic Cafe
Blade Runner
Citizen Kane
Colossus: The Forbin Project
Robot Jox
Space Truckers and bad films in general
The Andromeda Strain

As for sitcoms, cartoons, podcasts, and TV:

Arrested Development
Rick and Morty
Paranoia Agent
OSW Reviews
Venture Brothers
Invader Zim
Space Ghost: Coast to Coast
Always Sunny in Philadelphia
Yume Nikki (just for Yuno)
Danger 5
Sherlock Holmes (the Jeremy Brett version)
Ghost in the Shell Standalone Complex
Look Around You
Breaking Bad
Dexter (through Season 2)
Black Lagoon


Buffalo wings
Candy / sweets


Grand Theft Auto Online
Deus Ex
Dark Souls / Bloodborne
L.A. Noire
Warhammer 40k (table and digital)
Total Annihilation
Smash Brothers

and tons of others. Board games are great, too. Let's play Cards Against Humanity with a custom deck.
The six things I could never do without
Cold weather, hot tea, an internet connection, my notebook, privacy, and delicious treats.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The future and if it'll be as interesting as I'm hoping.

If people can appreciate how tiny and insignificant they are.

If I'll ever get to live in an Arcology.

If OKC users realize that having the exact same expression in all of their photos makes them look like a Real Doll.

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.
On a typical Friday night I am
Probably returning videotapes.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm a card carrying member of the League of Darkness.
You should message me if
You enjoy conversations over a cup of tea. (And can recommend a good place in Seattle or Bellevue to get one.)

You'll turn your missile key at the same time I turn mine.

You'll recognize and play off of my Congo and Demolition Man references.

In a fight between humanity and the machines, you'd root for the machines.

You'd be willing to watch a Neal Breen film with me. (Bring your own booze though; what I have on hand won't be enough to get through it.)

You'd be willing to copilot a Tiger II with me.

You own a gas mask.

You'd join me for a game of croquet.

You're working on a personal creative project. (Book, play, composition, sculpture; anything.)

You're among them but not of them.

But really, you should just send a message if anything in this advert catches your attention, makes you smile or laugh, or offends you.