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My self-summary
I'm the type that doesn't really take anything seriously. I have a twisted sense of humor. I love studying music, history, science, astronomy, theoretical physics, theology (I find religion fascinating, although I am a devout atheist) and literature. I'm terrible at small talk. I like animals more than I like most people. The only sport I care about is football (go Patriots!). I think a woman is infinitely more sexy when she wears glasses than she is when she wears a bunch of make-up. I believe in equal rights for everybody so if you're racist or homophobic (or any kind of religious extremist), we're definitely not a good match; I am, and always will be, a supporter of Bernie Sanders and his ideals.

I'm also an ordained minister and a Scottish Lord (seriously) but I don't believe in god and I've never been to Scotland.
What I’m doing with my life
Working and apparently going to a lot of concerts.
I’m really good at
- making myself laugh; sometimes
others even laugh with me
- arguing/debating
- listening
- cooking bacon
- music trivia
- being completely inappropriate at inopportune moments
-rooting against the home team
The first things people usually notice about me
I am not, nor have I ever been, an amputee.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Music: I usually don't listen to music unless it features prominent guitar solos but I'll listen to anything that's great, including metal, classical, jazz, blues and classic rock, : Iron Maiden (first and foremost), Nevermore, Guns n' Roses (they were amazing on the Not in This Lifetime Tour), Symphony X, Ronnie James Dio (R.I.P.), Megadeth, Jeff Loomis (a.k.a. God), Al DiMeola, Warrel Dane, Johnny Cash, Led Zeppelin, Death, Jason Becker (the Stephen Hawking of guitar virtuosos), Chuck Berry, Alice in Chains, Public Enemy, Opeth, Tori Amos, Chopin, Rush, UFO (Strangers in the Night is the greatest live album ever), Arch Enemy, Miles Davis, Pink Floyd, Machine Head, Vivaldi, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Jerry Lee Lewis (the guy played the piano like it was a Les Paul), Queensryche, Jimi Hendrix, Tchaikovsky, Testament, Paul Gilbert, Beatles, Black Sabbath (though I despise Ozzy and his wife), Montrose, Mozart and a whole bunch more. I can talk music forever.

Movies: Inception might be the best movie I have ever seen, LA Confidential, Usual Suspects, Fight Club, Dark Knight trilogy, Blood Diamond, Gangs of New York, anything Tarantino, Dumb and Dumber, Goodfellas, The Brothers Solomon, Sin City, Carlito's Way, Scent of a Woman, Airplane and The Departed was amazing. Actually, just about everything DiCaprio has been in for the past few years has been really great. Basically, it either has to make me laugh or it has to make me think. Same with T.V. shows.

T.V. Shows: Arrested Development and Breaking Bad reruns, South Park, 30 Rock, Archer, The Office, Wilfred, Better Off Ted, Dog Bites Man, The Colbert Report, Tosh.0, Justified, Seinfeld, Jon Benjamin Has a Van, An Idiot Abroad, Science Channel. Basically anything that will teach me something or make me laugh. Most t.v. will just make you stupid so I don't waste much time with it.

Food: I'm a picky eater. Don't really dig vegetables. Love bacon. And deep fried stuff. And deep fried stuff wrapped in bacon, pizza, steak...all the regular stuff. I only eat because I have to. It's not really a hobby of mine.

Favorite books: "The Count of Monte Cristo" (I just got a 140 year old copy that I'm trying to get restored), "1984", anything by Chuck Palanhiuk (especially "Haunted"), A People's History of the United States (this book will infuriate a good way), "Lamb" by Christopher Moore, "The River of Doubt" is the best story I've ever read, and it's completely true, Christopher Hitchens, Richard Dawkins, the entire collection of Calvin & Hobbes, "A Brief History of Time" by Stephen Hawking, "The Dirt" (I can't stand Motley Crue, but the book is great), "Hammer of the Gods: The Led Zeppelin Saga," "The Origin of Species," by Charles Darwin and random biographies about historical figures such as Teddy Roosevelt (my favorite historical figure), Julius Caesar, Jonas Salk, Charles Darwin, etc.
Six things I could never do without
- music
- the possibility of seeing Rome
- my family and friends
- new things to learn
- books
- animals (they're just so much better than people)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
- This five year old girl I met about 15 years ago. Really sweet kid with a couple of junkies for parents. I often wonder how her life turned out

-The speed of light, time travel, string theory, alternate universes and black holes

-Learning how to Tango (ever since I saw Pacino do it in "Scent of a Woman)

-My next concert

- A greyhound that I once fell in love with at the animal shelter in Boulder, CO. Beautiful dog that I couldn't take at the time. I hope she found a family who deserved her
On a typical Friday night I am
I don't know anybody here so I'll probably be reading and/or drinking a couple rum & cokes
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I was a horrible child. I still feel bad about some of the shit I pulled.
You should message me if
- You find me as interesting and undeniably sexy as I find me

- You're looking for somebody to make the drive with you to Buffalo for the Guns n' Roses concert this summer

- You're not so intellectually devoid that you actually believe any of "president" Trump's bullshit
The two of us