38Yokohama, Japan
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My self-summary
From the busy streets of Tokyo and it's hidden urban enclaves to the arbor cathedrals of cedar and the salty expanse where blue meets blue, I came out to Japan and fell in love with the place. I love travel, be it far off and exotic or just a place around the corner I have never been to, good food, good beer, and looking for excuses to not wear shoes. I am an introvert but I like people too much to be any good at it for very long. I believe that sailing should not be restricted to the summer and a tent is not a necessity for camping. I am an unrepentant geek, I consider myself a straight shooter and value candor in others. Once upon a time I went to Art School but found out that it really wasn't a community I wanted to be associated with (the academia side, not the artists...well maybe some of the artists). Fortunately l found a job I really dig and a previously unknown love of applied trigonometry.

It should be mentioned that I am married (to to-ennien) and we are poly (that is to say "polyamorous"). She is back in the states for work. If you would like a personal referral, you are welcome to speak with her.

At this time I am just looking to make new friends. I am not discounting the possibility of a relationship (much like drop bears, these things can sneak up on you) but it is certainly not anything I am actively seeking at this time. If this sounds too far out, I am probably not who you are looking for, otherwise, boy howdy let's rock this casserole.

I am rock and, rock, and roll! Radio! Lets Go!
What I’m doing with my life
I have a plan and it is moving along nicely. I am a professional backseat driver and I get to tell large pieces of machinery when to smash into gigantic pieces of machinery. By the time I am 50 I should be living on a sailboat, growing a sweet beard, and circumnavigating.
I’m really good at
I consider myself a capable cook in most cases except the ones where I am an all conquering destroyer of worlds. I believe that flash gloves, blow torches, and goggles have a definite place in the kitchen. I can also talk nearly endlessly about craft beer.

I also like to run! No seriously. While competition can be fun I prefer social. Short, long, slow, fast, if I am propelling myself, I'm a happy camper. If you are in the Tokyo area and you want to go hashing, I'm always down.

Lastly, growing a beast of a mustache.
The first things people usually notice about me
I am short and have a shiny bald mad scientist head, two legs and two arms attached to a torso in the normal configuration. I am also predominantly made of meat and water.

Also I talk really fast from what I am told. People mistake it for being nervous but it is just the way I talk.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Anything from Neil Gaiman, Terry Pratchett, and Anthony Burgess, Hardcore Zen, Zero: The Biography of a Dangerous Idea, The River of Doubt: Theodore Roosevelt's Darkest Journey

Movies: Anything from Kevin Smith and Tarantino, Star Wars (Han shot first), City Of God, Little Children, Winter Sleepers, Edward Scissorhands, and anything with zombies.

Music: Kings of Nuthin, Amazing Royal Crowns, The Ramones, Reverend Horton Heat, The Pogues, Justice, Girl Talk, Crystal Castles, Copy, Tom Waits, Muse, C-mon & Kypski, Kim Lenz, The Clash, Leftöver Crack, Electric Six, Choking Victim, Andrew W.k., Modest Mouse, Oh! Astro, The Pietasters, The Specials, The Skatalites, Hepcat, U.S. Bombs, Frank Zappa, Ingrid Lucia, Squirrel Nut Zippers, Gogol Bordello, The Turbo AC's, Johnny Cash, Perez Prado, Dangerdoom, Neko Case, Atom and his Package.

Food: I like food. Most kinds really. I will try anything once (granted some things only need to be tried that much).

I tossed my TV years ago but every now and them find myself watching a series after the fact, Battlestar Galactica and Firefly will always have a special place in my heart and I have become enamored with The Mighty Boosh which I think should give you a good clue of my sense of humor.
Six things I could never do without
"Could never live without." is some strong language. People are capable of going without a great many things if needed. A short list of stuff I'd prefer not to be without however would be:

•Living near the ocean
•Good beer
•the possibility of adventure
I spend a lot of time thinking about
What is for dinner? Bikes parts. Where do I want to go? Who can I sucker into sailing? Who is doing what tonight? Jet Packs, Stomping around like a T-Rex, the anthropological experiment that is an online dating site (when I am on here at least).
On a typical Friday night I am
Yes...yes I am.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Apparently I have dainty little girl feet for a guy. For some reason this is causes great lolz at work.
You should message me if
Hear in color, are looking to meet new people (especially if you are around Yokohama), trying to expand your options when the question "I wonder if anyone wants to hang out?" comes up, are looking for someone to go cycling with, laugh at inappropriate times, have or enjoy off color humor, would like to go sailing, hiking, mountain biking, play guitar and are looking for a bass player, own a jet pack, are looking to give away a jet pack, might have leads on where to find get a jet pack, have used the word sesquipedalian in a sentence before, or are just generally awesome in your own estimation.

You should probably not bother if you have a serious hang up about how tall your guy friends are. Most likely I am too short for you and you are probably too shallow for me.

I promise not to bite (maybe nibble around the edges if you are cute) so if you are tired of rampaging though Japan as a Mongol Horde of one or are just looking to meet new folks, I'm your Huckleberry.
The two of us