39Moorhead, United States
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My self-summary
Not a slave to routine, a liberal against gun control, a pro-vegan who eats meat. Charming in an extremely goofy way, described by many as "very, very, sweet", can't stand to see anyone be depressed. Constant reader, tape-maker, DVD watcher. Loyal, trustworthty, always keeps a secret. Have no need for name-brand clothing, needless sarcasm, or general mean-spiritedness (this isn't to say I'm a tree-hugging wuss, far from it! Some people, especially those in the political arena, DESERVE all the sarcasm and mean-spiritedness we can dish out! Joe or Jane Average working a shitty job they hate don't need any more shit than they're already getting!). Watches MST3K (was, is and will be my favorite show of all time), Home Movies (a VERY close 2nd!), South Park, Let's Bowl! (grossly underrated, gone WAY too soon!), old-school Simpsons, The Daily Show, & The Colbert Report. Decent Bowler, Terrible Golfer, STILL can't water-ski! Home is where I hang my hat, and hat is where I hang my home (wait a minute...).

I am friendly, good-hearted, and a bit of a spaz
What I’m doing with my life
I work for a couple of call centers conducting polls. Pays the bills.
I’m really good at
Making tapes for people, cheering people up, telling (lame) jokes (the lamer the better!), giving compliments, making coffee (I've had countless people at work tell me to make the coffee because I make it BEST!), hugging, Kareoke, trivia.
The first things people usually notice about me
My vast cornucopia of hats & caps (including my gray rider's hat with all the roller derby and liberal cause buttons, a brown plaid-banded "old man hat" I wear to cover up my bed-head, and a vintage Minnesota NorthStars cap), my fruitless efforts to grow my facial hair like Frank Zappa, and the insane amount of useless trivia I know. And as of Sunday, Oct. 15th, 2006, the 5 stitches along my hairline after a storm window fell on me.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Six things I could never do without
1. Some Cheeze Whiz

2. Some Crackers (to go with the Cheez Whiz)

3. Something to read (so I don't get bored)

4. Something to keep me hydrated.

5. A Super-Fast Internet Connection

6. My mp3 player
I spend a lot of time thinking about
10. When will such and such arrive in the mail?

9. Where did I put the remote?

8. When is Bill Brasky coming back to SNL?

7. How much is gasoline today?

6. Am I really prepared for a polar bear attack?

5. Where can I get that really tasty raspberry sorbet I can't remember the name of?

4. Where're my keys?

3. Do I need a haircut?

2. What's Benji Gregory up to these days?

1. Aren't Top Ten Lists LAME?
On a typical Friday night I am
doing anything from going to the movies, attending a roller derby event, watching or participating in an open mic at a coffeehouse, or listening to old Mischke broadcasts on my mp3 player.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I cried at the end of "Beaches".
You should message me if
you need some useless trivia to cram in your skull, have a modicum of intellect, and/or have some useless trivia to cram in my skull.

Also, know right off the bat that I am an atheist and it has nothing to do with me being broken or going through a phase. I've just come to the logical conclusion that a superior being cannot exist in the perceivable universe. I have no desire to be "saved" and I will NOT change my mind about this. Also be warned that I have no desire to have children or be anyone's Daddy and this is also something I will NOT change my mind about. If either of these are deal-breakers, then I'm sorry, but look elsewhere.
The two of us