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My self-summary
Hey stranger! Can we just pretend we're friends and go from there? This whole thing could be amazing, but it's been broken by the creepers who keep spamming you.

I'm a silly, curious, honest, gentle, employed, baldish beardo living in Ballard.
-Love music, making and listening (not a snob)
-I laugh a lot, sometimes even when I shouldn't
-Fixing stuff is fun (country kid at heart)
-I like indoor stuff too, my photog friends just don't document that stuff (and I just say no to selfie sticks)

The wise philosopher D.R. Suess once said [Edit: Didn't say]: "Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind". I endeavor to follow that Suessical wisdom... and one day I hope to fall in mutual weirdness with someone special that appreciates my brand of idiosyncrasy.
[Edit: apparently Bernard Baruch said this, not Suess, but who knows who he is?]
What I’m doing with my life
My work week is spent as an environmental consultant for large infrustructure projects. The rest of the time I like exploring, learning, creating, and or working to find someone to do those things with (I like to share).
I’m really good at
General smartassery
Enjoying nature/the simple things
Wearing my heart on me sleeve
Having fun with music and instruments
Fixing things using whatever is laying around
The first things people usually notice about me
Probably that have more hair on my face than on my head. (No hipster beard, I keep it under control)
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I'm an easily engrossed reader, so if I'm reading a novel I really can't get anything else done till I finish it. Because of that I tend to stick with short stories , or Something techie, Historical, or Sciency... But there are a couple that I need to find time for one of these days.

Nearly all of it, I'm not a music snob at all. I'm definitely an Alt Rock kid at heart, but I can enjoy almost anything, especially if it's live.

Yup, it's good. Let's go get some and discuss our preferences then.
The six things I could never do without
Apart from the assumed things I REALLY couldn't do without, the things that help me to be happy/healthy/sane include:
1) Projects
2) Music
3) Nature
4) Tools
5) Subwoofers (because bass player)
6) a Pocket Knife
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How things will work out when automation and robotics are cheap enough to eliminate most of the workforce... And which mythological creature would make the best pet in a zombie apocalypse.
On a typical Friday night I am
Not believing in such things - variety is the spice of life after all.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I want a hippopotamus for Christmas?
You should message me if
You think baldish beardos are sexy (cause that's how I roll [when I don't have trimmer incidents])

You feel like it.