38 Lockport, United States
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My self-summary
I should start this out by saying I'm not really a fan of Seattle. I actually can't wait to move away from here. Seattleman is just a nickname I used with some friends online, so I kept using it for consistency.

I'm originally from a small town in west Michigan and decided to spread my wings about 9 years ago. I picked Seattle mostly for the climate. I don't mind the rain and the summer is amazingly nice, even though it's short. Unfortunately, I was naive to politics and didn't know this was such a liberal city and what that meant. Having my eyes opened is a good thing. I read more and am better able to articulate conservative/libertarian arguements, but this town is swimming in kool-aid. If all goes well, I'll be gone in June.
What I’m doing with my life
Like most people, I'm still trying to find my place in the world. It might be as simple as finding the right place to be and making the most of it. Seattle just isn't the place for me, so my time is being spent preparing to move. I hear a lot of good things about Texas, so that's my target.
I’m really good at
I'm great with computers, inside and out. I build my own, some for friends and even for the company I work for. I'm a bit of a numbers whiz which lead to a love for computer programming. I wasn't able to complete a degree in it though, so it's more of a side hobby. Once in a while, I'm lucky enough to utilize that skill at my job. With a lot of useless knowledge rattling around up there, I'm good with trivia too.
The first things people usually notice about me
Nothing. I tend to go unnoticed.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: A friend got me into some political books a few years ago. I read a few books by Milton Friedman and Glenn Beck as well as Atlas Shrugged. Now I'm getting into more historical books and writings by Adam Smith, Washington, Jefferson and from ancient Rome. To know the past is to predict the future.

Movies: Anything from slapstick comedy to mind bending sci-fi. From over-the-top action to old classics. Lots of good stories to be told.

Shows: I don't turn on the TV much. But if I do, it's usually just a quick fix of comedy. Family guy, south park, 2.5 men. I caught a bit of Big Bang Theory and How I Met Your Mother lately, funny shows. Netflix has been great for more story based shows. Lost and Breaking Bad are great.

Music: I have come to a point to where I hate music. It started with an old girlfriend who was overly obsessed with music and got worse through the years with 'artists' who substitute 'shock value' for their lack of singing and lyrical talent. Then there are the Idol shows that add 'drama' as a means to add viewers. Sorry, but music these days has an ability to make me physically ill.

Food, on the other hand, is something I'll try anything of. There is nothing I won't eat, just a few things I prefer not to have.