36Portland, United States
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My self-summary
I'm the kind of guy who will go up to a clown and say "Hey dude. Your sock's don't match. But it's cool, I'm probably the only one who's noticed."

I can discuss Kant's categorical imperative and Aristotle's virtue based ethics while finishing up a jig-saw puzzle and equipping my level 40 Paladin and playing 2 games of chess while having the dishes washed the kitchen cleaned the bed made the garbage out the bills paid and dinner on the stove just after coming home from work and doing a workout with a 3 mile run and still have energy to stay up half the night entertaining you with stories of my travels around the world.


... we can stay in bed all day and watch a movie.

But wait, that's not all!
What I’m doing with my life
I'm about to start a massive project that will involve conducting a major social media campaign and coordinating various avenues of crowd sourcing directed towards individualized program advancement.

Sound tedious? Just imagine being stuck doing it.

While I'm getting that up and going, I also work in a kitchen at a homeless shelter. And the kitchen crew I work with also happen to be my best friends. Oh, and if any of you guys are reading this - what the hell are you doing checking out my profile??? The girls section is THATAWAY! ---->
I’m really good at


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The first things people usually notice about me
Face. Its what you notice about most people when you first meet them.

Unless they were on fire. Then you might notice the fire first.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Thumbs up if you normally just skip straight down to The Six Things I Could Never Do Without.
Six things I could never do without
- My level 40 paladin (I've been a gamer since the Atari 2600.)

- Exercise (100 one armed push ups in 3 minutes 30 seconds. Not bragging. Just putting it out there because I'm totally humble like that.)

- The Internet (German courts agree! http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/01/24/us-germany-internet-idUSBRE90N15H20130124 )

- My laptop (otherwise the internet is kind of meaningless)

- The unbridled passion of rushing into battle, slaying my enemies, and making the world safe for democracy.

- My underdog super energy pill. (a vitamin B complex and a caffeine pill. That's probably all that pill was you know. I doubt it was crack or something.)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Given that all knowledge is assumed imperfect, and there are no absolutes in the super-fluid experience of life, is it possible to establish a system of morality that is both pragmatically useful and unchanging? Would such a system need to be equally as fluid as our life experience?

And am I ever going to meet anyone on this site?
On a typical Friday night I am
standing. alone. in the rain.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Women want to marry me after sleeping with me.

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And no, it's not because of that underdog super energy pill. Different people are just talented at different things.
You should message me if
You're a woman.

Hey, I'm a guy. Trust me, you don't need to be riding a unicycle and juggling torches to get my attention.
The two of us