35Jersey City, United States
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My self-summary
I tend to ask a lot of questions, especially if you are one of the scumbags that my sidekick and I pickup while patrolling.

When I’m not daydreaming about being a comic book character you can find me hard at work torturing college students and making scientific breakthroughs of tremendous importance. At least that’s what I tell myself. If I allow myself to actually believe that I’m a part time math professor and full time doctoral student, I tend to be less full of maniacal zeal, and become simply content with my life.

People tend to seek out my ideas and opinions on a wide variety of subjects. They claim that I’m a good friend and someone they are comfortable talking to. I think they’ve all realized that I’m full of super and magical ideas, and that they are just trying to pry them from my brain for there own use. I use these opportunities to spread my irreverent worldview, and have a few laughs. Unfortunately reality demands that we all have to be serious at times.

I’ve tried a couple of random dates, and I decided to go about finding a partner in a more selective manner. Last year I dated a girl who thought Herman Cain would make a good president. I’m still traumatized from that experience. At least the nightmares have stopped.
What I’m doing with my life
I currently live in my own apartment in Jersey City. I teach at a local university mostly in the math department but sometimes in the psychology department as well. I know that sounds strange, but I have degrees in both, and my field, quantitative psychology, requires variable amounts of competency in both. I go to school in New York and I also have another job there.

My main hobby is reading. Unfortunately school has cut into my pleasure reading time. I tend to read mostly comics these days, but I find myself struggling to keep up with them, though I can still typically be found in Jim Hanley’s Universe once or twice a week.
I’m really good at
I’m a master procrastinator. I tend to be a good conversationalist, and make friends pretty easily. That’s something I’m really thankful for. Everyone’s friends are important to them, but as an only child, my friends become my family.
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m not sure what people first notice about me. I hope it’s my inquisitiveness or maybe even my irreverent sense of humor. When I asked one of my close friends she said the first she noticed about me was how friendly and approachable I am.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: A song of Ice and Fire series by George R.R. Martin, The Dresden Files by Jim Butcher, The Sword of Truth series by Terry Goodkind, The Acts of Caine books by Mathew Stover, and the Felix Castor novels by Mike Carey. As for stand-alone books, Crooked Little Vein by Warren Ellis and Average American Male by Chad Kultgen.

Comics: Transmetropolitan, Batman, X-men, Star Wars, Kick-Ass and many others.

Music: Metallica, Dream Theater, God Smack, Disturbed, Staind, Alice in Chains, and GNR. I even listen to some 90’s pop stuff on occasion. I have to say that I’m kind of a lapsed music listener. I basically just listen to Octane on Sirius XM.

TV: Archer, Homeland, Doctor Who, Torchwood, Kitchen Nightmares, Hell’s Kitchen, Greatest Tank Battles, A Game of Thrones, Battlestar Galactica, Star Wars, Deadliest Warrior, all of the star trek shows, Elementary, Monday Mornings, Strike Back, and South Park.

Movies: most super hero movies, anything by Quentin Tarantino, Star Wars, and Star Trek.

Food: Italian, Chinese, Indian
Six things I could never do without
In rank order:
My friends
My Glasses
I spend a lot of time thinking about
My future and why people do the things they do.
On a typical Friday night I am
Staying in and relaxing. On occasion I will do something low-key with a friend or two. If I go out, I go out on Saturday.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
That I still have my plush Ziggy from when I was a kid. It didn't seem fair to get rid of him. He didn't do anything wrong. Maybe when I have children they will be friends with Zig too.
You should message me if
I would really like you to message me if you can enjoy and easily switch back and forth between intellectual discussions and discussions that tend to trample all over social taboos in humorous and perhaps even vulgar ways. I want to hear from people who are passionate about something, and have a sense of purpose. I would love to meet someone who has a strong sense of who she is. Also, It would be nice to find someone who is a little dorky even if it’s not the same kind of dorky that I am.
The two of us