Hawaii is my real home, so I've got to be really open about that up front: What I bring to our relationship is a patch of land, which I've worked on for most of my life, which produces, among other things, tea, food, beauty, and community, and it can also do many things which we can co-create, but realistically, I cannot leave it. So: Must Love Hawaii. If we date and like each other, quite soon I'll invite you to come visit home and see for yourself.
I am geeky enough that there is an xkcd comic about me, if you are geeky enough to know what that is. I have studied the arc of the world closely enough to see that the conventional (fossil) economy will shrink, so I am preparing for the long transition to come (a big plus if you've heard of the permaculture, transition, or resilience movements), not just materially, but with a loving community. I am affectionate, outgoing, stable, mature, and emotionally available. I have a secure attachment style.
Music, particularly melodic trance as I was a raver in the 90s, but also ambient, idm, synthpop, shoegaze, techno-tribal and bits of everything across the spectrum. To toss out some names: Slowdive, Boards of Canada, Flying Saucer Attack, Loop Guru, Aphex Twin, FSOL, Orbital, MBV, Shpongle, Swirlies, William Orbit, Blonde Redhead, Dead Can Dance, Freescha, Massive Attack, (early) Stereolab, Mermen, Ulrich Schnauss, Beats Antique. I'd be impressed if you've heard of Durutti Column. I'm also a child of the 80s, so it's difficult not to sing along with any cure/smiths/police/neworder/depeche/etc. song.
Food: I'm a locavore omnivore, more foodist than foodie.
I like everything about language (wordplay and puns, humor like engrish, etymologies, foreign languages), geography, world history, and so on.
In the past few years, I have been sometimes attending ecstatic dance, mostly in Oakland on Sundays.