30Burlington, United States
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My self-summary
When I was young I always wanted to be a spy, but as I grew up I realized I was too much of a hippy but I still wanted the cool skills. The result: I'm a hacker for a solar company by trade, and a stunt driver who prefers to park my car and walk.

I love exploring the outdoors, how things work, the possible and the impossible. My mind never stops running and my curiosity is insatiable. I have a rather goofy side which is probably related to the 12yr old in me that still finds "that's what she said" jokes funny.
What I’m doing with my life
Developing and working with new technologies; doing stand up comedy and writing music. Always looking for new adventures!

I'm having fun continuing to explore myself and anything that happens to spark my interest.
I’m really good at
Finding a new song I really like and then listening to it constantly for a week lol...also driving. I attended two stunt driving schools and the next school on my list is rally driving.

I'm decent at cooking off the cuff, just don't expect me to follow a recipe :-)
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
My bookshelf is mostly lined with technical books (i.e. programming, physics, astronomy, field guides, etc.), but I also enjoy poetry and philosophy. I have never been a big fiction reader.

Favorite shows include: Friends, Futurama, The Office, Family Guy, South Park, Cosmos(Carl Sagan). Favorite movie is The Princess Bride.

Favorite music includes: Dashboard Confessional, The Spill Canvas, Death Cab for Cutie, Taking Back Sunday, Journey, Matchbox 20, Kevin Devine, The Honorary Title, Third Eye Blind, Portishead, Something Corporate, Counting Crows, The Postal Service, Brand New, Citizen Cope, Gin Blossoms...
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Day dreaming, exploring, the outdoors, the universe, creating new things, and writing music and comedy.

I also spend a lot of time wondering what they called cartwheels before there were carts...
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm bad at reading non-verbal signals from people I barely know. On dates I think this is often perceived as a lack of connection. If you're not forward and you're expecting to find a spark on the first date, I'm probably not going to be the right guy.
You should message me if
You agree that never sending the first message means you only get what comes to you rather than going after the things you want. I am often proactive about sending a first message, but I don't fall into the old fashion gender roles that the platform of online dating often seems to fall back on.

So if you're interested, message me!
The two of us