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My self-summary
First off... #TheEmpireDidNothingWrong.

This summary used to be long and full of unnecessary detail, so I'm going to make it short, simple, and sweet:

I read.
I play boardgames.
I volunteer at charity events with the 501st Legion.
I'm learning to paint miniatures and fly drones.
I like to walk, explore, and discover new beer and food.
I've backpacked Europe and driven across the entirety of North America (AK > DC).
I know the seven words to make a woman fall in love with you.
My name's Sean, nice to meet you.
What I’m doing with my life
Working - I have a well paying, stable job in IT supporting actual rocket scientists! Currently fulfilling a childhood dream of being a part of the space program, albeit more of a support role than actually shooting rockets into space... but beggars can't be choosers.

Reading - Science Fiction, Fantasy, History, some Non-Fiction, and Comic Books.

Geeking out - I have a plethora of interests, a lot of which could be considered "geeky". That being said, I get really excited about a LOT of things. I'm not afraid to show my enthusiasm for life, the universe, and everything.

Growing - I'm always finding new interests, foods, and activities to enjoy and explore. I'd love to find someone that has their own interests that she could introduce me to and that we can experience together.
I’m really good at
◇ Giving hugs
◇ Star Wars Trivia
◇ Working with my hands
◇ Riding rollercoasters
◇ Enjoying life
◇ Walking into things accidentally
◇ Noticing little details
◇ Making friends smile
The first things people usually notice about me
I can be somewhat shy. Or rad. Depends on the day really.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Recent Books/Authors:
◇ Patrick Rothfuss's The Name of the Wind series (still waiting on book three...)
The Lives of Tao and related books by Wesley Chu
The Martian by Andy Weir for the 50th time and counting...
◇ Douglas Adams and The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy series
◇ George R. R. Martin's slaughter of every character I come to hold dear
50 Shades of Grey (Yeah... just kidding. But I have read the Kushiel's series, which is arguably superior in every aspect.)
◇ Various Star Wars novels

The Empire Strikes Back (And the rest of the trilogy)
The Count of Monte Cristo (best revenge flick ever)
The Princess Bride & Stardust (if only for the dancing scene with Robert De Niro)
◇ Superhero movies (Marvel and DC!)
◇ The Lord of the Rings trilogy
Dr. Horrible's Sing-A-Long Blog
Tucker and Dale vs. Evil
◇ Really bad Sci-Fi and horror movies
◇ Goon, which is arguably the best hockey movie ever.

◇ Rick and Morty
◇ Firefly
◇ Doctor Who
◇ Stranger Things
◇ Archer
◇ The Walking Dead
◇ Game of Thrones
◇ Battlebots (who doesn't enjoy watching robots rip each other apart?)

Recently Played:
◇ Fidlar
◇ Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox
◇ Suicide Machines
◇ Ratatat
◇ Anamanaguchi
◇ Queen
◇ The Struts
◇ Thirty Seconds to Mars
◇ The Foo Fighters
◇ A lot of 80's and 90's music

◇ Batman
◇ Star Wars - Legacy, Dark Times, Rogue Squadron
◇ Sex Criminals (kegel face)
◇ Sunstone
◇ Deadpool (Lots of Deadpool)
◇ Scott Pilgrim
◇ The Walking Dead
◇ East of West
◇ Saga (Romeo and Juliet in space and with magic!)
◇ Hawkeye (Matt Fraction/David Aja)

I don't play video games as much as I used to, but still do when I'm bored. Feel free to add me on Steam: hootorama. I'm always down for a good boardgame too.
◇ Settlers of Catan
League of Legends
Cards Against Humanity
◇ Skyrim
◇ Star Wars: Imperial Assault
◇ Marvel Heroes
◇ The Fallout series
◇ Pokemon Go
◇ Any and all boardgames!
◇ I play a mean Heads-Up Seven-Up

I'm not picky, and have found very little that I refuse to eat. I'm always up for trying a new restaurant and having a good conversation over dinner.
◇ Korean
◇ Sushi
◇ Italian
◇ Greek
◇ Mexican
◇ American
◇ German (I'd kill for a good schnitzel right now)
◇ Thai
◇ Shepherd's Pie and Bangers & Mash are my weakness.
Six things I could never do without
1. A book. I have a book or Kindle within easy reach everywhere I go.
2. Hugs <---Click if you need one right now!
3. My awesome blanket fort making skills
4. A silly and nonsensical sense of humor
5. Netflix
6. Clean underwear
I spend a lot of time thinking about
... my next roadtrip.
... my next tattoo.
... my next volunteer event.
... what else I have to do to finish my stormtrooper armor.
... how we have such limited time on this planet and why people choose to waste it hating each other instead of hugging it out.
On a typical Friday night I am
* back on a normal work schedule! *

◇ relaxing at home, reading a book or painting miniatures to de-stress.
◇ at an event, helping out my friends, and making kids smile.
◇ out with friends.
◇ watching a movie at the Alamo Drafthouse.
◇ exploring something or somewhere that caught my attention during the week.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I've spent my whole life traveling and moving all over the world. I've backpacked most of Europe, driven solo from Alaska to the East Coast (5,600 miles!), lived in 9 states on both coasts... and frankly, I just want to settle down. I want to know things about where I live that locals know. I still want to travel, but the moving thing... I think that's done for a while.

I sing and dance in my car, and if you're lucky (and in traffic), I'll even challenge you to a game of Rock Paper Scissors.

Oh, and I'm VERY ticklish.
You should message me if
you enjoy good conversation, and have an open mind. You are looking for someone that you can be yourself with, and wear house pants/pajamas with without worrying about how scrubby you may or may not look. You don't mind me "geeking out". You have wood for my sheep. Your mind is in the gutter and there's a little part of you that grins whenever you hear the words "floppy" and "hard-drive" used in the same sentence. Geeks, dorks, and weirdos are welcome.
The two of us