I'm an engineer who likes to travel around the world; volunteers both here and abroad; spends way to much time on 'projects' at the house; goes into the mountains for hiking, biking, and skiing; and goes into Denver for music, museums, friends, and a change in pace. Nowhere but my hometown of Boulder would this be considered common. Based on this website, I'm evidently uncommon as I don't rock climb, practice yoga, nor have I been on the Inca Trail. As there are few other places that I'd like to live, I consider myself fortunate and am thankful for everyday that I can see the mountains and live in this wondrous state.
I'm a semi-active Progressive Christian (http://www.patheos.com/blogs/rogerwolsey/2014/01/progressive-christianity-isnt-progressive-politics-2/) who is distressed at how the alleged spokesmen of Christianity portray the faith as a judgmental, hate-based, misogynistic/sexist/homophobic, and strictly dogmatic.
2. My hair, as it either is short and looks like Calvin's from Calvin and Hobbes or it is long, big, and bushy
3. I'm the guy strangers like to talk with at length at bars or at least the one wearing a shirt emblazoned with a Colorado flag.
4. When reviewing my profile, I'm afraid that it comes off as if I spend every waking second outside, which isn't true; I just have better outside pictures.
Television moves between a series of binge worthy shows that occasionally get rewatched: Parks and Rec, Community, Portlandia, 30 Rock, and Dr. Who; currently watching Archer.
Sports wise: I have season tickets for CU Basketball and watch the other local sports teams on TV when they happen to be on broadcast while I’m multitasking on the couch.
I mostly listen to satellite radio, KUNC, CPR Open Air, KGNU, & KSMT, I’m still deciding whether I like KUNC’s The Colorado Sound. PodCasts are focused on Freakonics, Planet Money, and Radiolab with regular excursions into the World In Words and the Nerdist. For live music I love the local scene but more in the summer than the winter, this summer will include: Westword Music Festival, UMS, Bands on the Bricks, Final Friday, First Friday, and other events to be determined (I’m really looking forward to the Pabst Festival)...
I enjoy cooking barbecue (typically pork even though my family tradition dictates that BBQ is beef), Mexican, and Italian. I’m also gluten friendly with my homebrewing and baking (bread, pies, cookies, or other sweet things)
I'm also obsessed with coffee - locally from Ozo, Boxcar, and Paul's, and if traveling, Inteligentsia in Chicago.
garden/yard- xeriscaping and vegetables can be fun
My kitchen (see the food part above)
At risk of seeming materialistic: my bikes (all 5.5 of them), my skis (only 2), and kayak
coffee - especially the first cup of the day
Is that 5 or 6?
Am I the only one who is annoyed by the grammar in the pre-canned responses to questions on OKC? In particular, it is really acceptable to use the conjunction "and" rather than "but" as often as they do?
Since so many of my best matches have dogs: I have started taking allergy treatment and should, in theory, no longer be allergic to dogs, horses, and cats at the end of 2018. As it is, I can usually tolerate one or two indoor shorthaired cats or older, non-furry, indoor dogs but not much more and would never want to be in a situation where someone feels that she needs to choose between a dog and me.
Also, I’m not open to the idea of dating someone who smokes (it sets off my allergies) and am not 420 friendly.