25 Fargo, United States
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My self-summary
Living in North Dakota for my whole life has given me an appreciation for both my home state and for the the fun that is waiting in the rest of the world. I would love to do some more exploring, even close to home, maybe a day trip to the peace gardens or a weekend in Medora. Any suggestions?

I love snowmobiling, dirt-biking, skiing, and motorcycling. Being raised on a farm meant not having many friends around, so I ended up learning how to ride those to keep me from getting bored. Eventually I want to take my snowmobile to Yellowstone for the wide open spaces that I miss having at the farm. Same thing with my motorcycle, maybe I'll just end up doing a cross-country trip someday.
What I’m doing with my life
Just got a job with what I considered one of my dream companies to work for, and ended up moving to Fargo just for this position. As I only moved here in mid January, I don't yet know many people in town, but so far I'm loving it here.

In Minot, I spent a lot of time at a local makerspace, a place where people can come together to work on different projects that they find interesting. Leading on from this, I attended a TED talk at the Fargo TEDx, and ended up helping out organize our very own TEDx Minot. Now that I'm in Fargo, I wish to contribute to these same activities here.

'Trying' to do some writing. I can't be sure if I'm actually succeeding at even practicing the art. I like to be humorous in it, but my friends usually can't tell the difference between me making a joke or being sarcastic.
I’m really good at
It's something I definitely need to keep improving on, but I'm told by more than a few friends that I'm a great cook.

Singing along to every song on the radio, no matter how badly the song is, or how badly it sounds. Getting an entire car of people to sing a song every person in it hates is definitely an awesome skill.

Last but not least, board games. I have a scarily large collection of them, so if you're a fan of them, hit me up, I've probably got something we can gather up a few people to play.
The first things people usually notice about me
I've been told that it's my humor that makes me easy to get along with.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Reamde, Harry Potter, Hunger Games, Ready Player One.
Movies: LOTR, the Bourne trinity, Underworld, The Hobbit, Warm Bodies, Dr. Horrible, RENT, REPO! The Genetic Opera.
Shows: How I Met Your Mother, Community, Flight of the Concords, Always Sunny in Philadelphia, anything Joss Whedon has made, Full Metal Alchemist, Trigun.
Music: The Cab, Daft Punk, Cavo, Zac Brown Band, Hanson, and My Chemical Romance.
Food: Spaghetti, pizza, steak, chicken.
The six things I could never do without
Friends. It goes without saying, but they've all shaped me into who I am.

Snow, despite how many times I've swore about living in this state. There's just so many things you can do on it, besides getting stuck.

Music, I just love finding a new favorite song, even though it quickly loses its favorite position when I listen to it 2-3 times a day.

Passion. It comes in many forms, not just in love. "Everyone's a nerd about something." Having a hobby or activity you're passionate about is something you should share, even if the other person would never understand.

Books. Getting lost in a good book and realizing a few hours has gone by never gets old.

My motorcycle. There's just something so relaxing about listening to the wind, and every twist and turn in the road just improves my day.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Different TED Talks I've listened to. In particular, there's one I've been putting a lot of thought into, a Talk by Simon Sinek where he says that "People don't buy what you do, they buy why you do it." I've had to put a lot of thought into that, since there's things I'll probably never have an answer for.
On a typical Friday night I am
Relaxing at home, hanging out with friends, or taking the motorcycle out for a spin.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I might actually enjoy those crappy B-movies that are on the Sci-Fi channel.
You should message me if
If you don't know what to write about, just tell me about your favorite book or movie.