34 Bradenton, United States
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My self-summary
I have an absurdly positive outlook and thrive on creativity. I'm always learning something new. My ideal job would be R&D, something like working in a lab or software development.

I just bought my first house this year. Closed on August 24th, so I'm finally only throwing 80% of my money away on interest lol.

I've spent most of my life learning things like automotive repair, carpentry, programming, networking, etc. Most recently I've been learning to program games in Unity.

I also tend to day dream about physics/universe/consciousness type things... you'd probably scoff at my beliefs.

You can click it.
What I’m doing with my life
I'm the lead VoIP tech/network administrator at a local IT and telecom company.

I would like to find something serious and I do want to have children... sometime. I also don't mind if you have one or two kids so long as you have room for two more, one of them being me.

I fly up to Asheville, NC fairly often, my mom and other family live up there. That's an awesome place to visit if you like the mountains. I also go Busch Gardens every couple weekends. It's a great way to get a good 4 hours of exercise, or to have a few drinks and fly around at 60-70mph.

I usually have several projects going. I'm usually involved in something or another that looks like a waste of time. For example, this was my Geo Metro:
My Geo
I’m really good at
Diving into a project I've never done before and coming out on top. Usually things that fall into this category are automotive repairs. I tend to jump head long into repairs I've never tackled, but I research thoroughly before I dive in.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Bates Motel on A&E although the seasons are really short. Community was a favorite of mine. I also really enjoyed Daredevil.

Inexplicable Universe, Cosmos, any show that really dives deep into the universe.

The Shawshank Redemtpion of course is one of my top movies. I can just about quote the Back to the Future trilogy from start to finish. Grandma's Boy was hilarious.

Good synth wave/synth pop/dream wave. If you want to be in a good mood for work or cleaning, or driving for that matter, give these a listen:

FM-84 - Atlas
Duett - Borderline
Timecop 1983 - Journeys
Tycho - Dive
Robert Parker - Crystal City

Also Chromeo, Tesla Boy, Daft Punk. Pretty much anything new yet retro.
The six things I could never do without
A big bag of tools.
Six foot wide TV.
Gaming PC.
An old car that breaks so I can fix it.
A new car that doesn't just in case the old one does.
Ummm..... box fan.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Non-local consciousness. The observer.
On a typical Friday night I am
BBQ and beer or Busch Gardens. Although now I'm going to be spending most of my time working in remodeling the house. RIP Busch Gardens, see you another time.
You should message me if
You enjoy logic puzzles/riddles/cryptograms, have a thing for thrill rides, or find celebrity worship quite peculiar.

If I'm messaging you it pretty much means I'm interested, I don't try to toy with people.