I enjoy playing singing bowls, sci-fi, fun movies, fun music, camping, peanut butter malts from Culvers, the quest for personal enlightenment, the quest for the perfect hamburger, absurd humor, and life in general. The glass is either half full, or twice as large as it needs to be.
The personality gauge on this site says I am less loving and more pure. Clearly there is a flaw in the system.
My online ID is because I love dogs. One day I was bored and created a dog cult for people to worship dogs. Dog is good. Dog is wise. Feel the love of Dog and know that it is good. Then people started joining. Lots of them. And I was a cult leader. So I laughed and gave it away to some of the early disciples.
I am excentric, happy, and Pagan
(note from early 2012; I just realized that I haven't updated this profile in about two years. Some particulars have changed, but thematically it's fairly similar to where I am now)
(note from 2012; well, Sacred Paths Center is gone, as is MNPagan. These days I regularly contribute to the Minnesota Bureau of the Pagan Newswire Collective. So my publicity work has changed, and I'm working on more creative endeavors, but still very Pagan)
(b) movies: I tend to like B-Movies, Sci-Fi, Action, and Horror, but there are lots of movies I love which don't fit those categories like The Princess Bride, or Little Miss Sunshine.
(c) music: In my youth I was into everything alternative and was such a regular part of the local punk scene that I never had to pay my way into shows. As I get older, I find that I tolerate a much broader range of music. I don't take it as personally. Honestly, I can't even name a band that's come to prominence in the last four years. I just enjoy it in the background, washing over me. Although I still can't tolerate country music.
(d) foods: Hamburgers (I do shamanic work, and most of my spirit critters are carnivores). Other than that, if it's good, I'll eat it, except fish. I don't eat fish or fish like things. This doesn't make sense to people who love fish, but I'm okay with having a quirk.
I truly love fried green tomatoes. The key is to fry them slowly over a low heat (no more than 325 if you've got an electric skillet). It should take about 45 minutes to get it just right. The slow cooking really brings out an extra taste that is amazing. Since it takes so long, and I only have four burners on my stove, it's really a good thing to do when people are over and being social, and we can enjoy this delicacy over the course of an afternoon.
I don't mean this to be as flippant as it sounds. I value self sufficiency, and so most of the things people list here are things that I probably could do without, and I value that I can do without them.
Fortunately my zombie defense plan does not currently need to fit into the top six of my hierarchy of needs.
(another note from 2012; the reiki group has gone away, but I am still out doing Pagan stuff)
I cry when I watch The Incredibles (that movie just gets me).
I completely love my wife, Quility. I enjoy going clothes shopping with her because I get to see her try on lots of cute outfits. I think that our relationship is about as perfect as anyone could reasonably hope.
I completely love my girlfriend 1Riversong. She is so stunningly beautiful and her body is so perfect that sometimes I feel like I am with a woman who is way too young for me.
Yes, I am also admitting to being polyamorous. However, I have a job, a wife, and a girlfriend, so from a scheduling point of view, I'm not looking for anyone right now.
I joined OKCupid many years ago because I enjoyed playing the games and posting the results on LJ. (Kudos if you know what LJ is and still have an active account.) I've never actually dated anyone I met here.
I really don't think that I am that similar to the guys listed on the right.
I've done things just so I can check off purity points.
I think that there is absolutely nothing wrong with snorting while laughing.
Looking through the profiles, I'm getting the impression that I'm the only person on here who does not drink coffee, drink beer, hang out in bars, or watch sporting events.
I am enjoying going through profiles, and trying to determine compatibility on a five star rating system.
I always have a plan B. It's something I learned from watching Stargate SG1: plan A never works, so always have a plan B.
I think I look good in a kilt.
Although to be totally honest, I don't regard it as being in my best interests to either encourage or discourage you from messaging me. I'm not trying to sell myself here, I'm just having fun trying to create a profile which represents me accurately. I look forward to seeing if anyone reads the profile and decides to message me, or give me four or five stars, or whatever. Networking is fascinating.