"....I hate small talk. I want to talk about atoms, death, aliens, sex, magic, intellect, the meaning of life, faraway galaxies, the lies you have told, your flaws, your favorite scents, your childhood, what keeps you up at night, your insecurity and fears.....I like people with depth. I don't want to know "what's up?"
My food? I am currently trying out 80 % vegetarian and 20% Paleo and work out every other day. I am originally from the Detroit, Michigan area.
I donate regularly to the Stanford Blood Center.
I would like to do more traveling.
I have written a screenplay about about how a den mother and her girl scout troop survives during a zombie apocalypse...no, really.
...Oh Me? I work as a Senior Technical Writer for a technology company by day and aspiring screenwriter/business owner by night. My former British co-workers got me hooked on watching soccer this summer! And I recently started my own company (still have the day job). It is called Calcium Fortress Media.
My interests are broad, from exploring new music, to food and the outdoors. I’d love to explore this with that someone special. Arts and technology often peak my interest, perhaps you can join me on a trip to Tahoe or expand our horizons to another continent. I prefer being light-hearted and objective. My friends say I’m a good listener and offer good advice. I always appreciate that compliment. I have seen three concerts in the past two years at the Mountain Winery.Every seat is a good seat. Ever been there? Am I looking for perfection. President Lincoln once said, "It has been my experience that folks who have no vices, have very few virtues".
Books (Non-Fiction), Sci-Fi, American and World History - Anything by Arnold Patent - A New Earth: Awakening to Your Life's Purpose (this reminds me of "A Course in Miracles"..anyone else? Anyone..... Bueller? Ferris Bueller?) - Christine - Logan's Run - A Course in Miracles - Z for Zachariah - The Millionaire Next Door - Bare Branches - Why Geography Matters.
Music: 80s music...ahhh good times. Techno, Classical, soundtracks, Jazz, experimental, some country, a bit of hip-hop (but I can never remember the names! Like that tune from the movie "Tropic Thunder"). I listen to classical or movie soundtracks when I want to daydream or work on a screenplay. My last soundtrack purchases were "Drive" and "World War Z."
Movies/TV: Fringe (TV), -Raising Hope (TV comedy), The Walking Dead (TV) ( I am writing a zombie screenplay), - Dale and Tucker vs Evil (Dark Comedy) A.I. - Ace Ventura: Pet Detective - Bladerunner - director's cut - Damnation Alley - Dr. Strangelove - Evil Dead Series, Batman, Superman (Christopher Reeve, ). Somewhere in Time (saw them film it in Michigan). Anything by Sam Raimi (he is from Michigan as well)English Patient - Equilibrium - Logan's Run - Omega Man - The Rundown - THX-1138 - original and director's cut, The Day of the Dolphin, - Sahara - Soylent Green - District 9 - What the Bleep *@%*$& Do We Know? (documentary/drama) - I like cheesy Sci-Fi, B-movies....can you tell.
Food: I can pretty much eat anything. Ever have jellyfish? I like trying different coffees and I do like green tea as well.
"And now here is my secret, a very simple secret. It is only with the heart that one can see rightly. What is essential is invisible to the eye.” The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
"Truth is in the motive. You are what you do, not what you say. Anyone can claim their music is making a political statement. Anyone can believe it. But until a piece of music starts swinging hammers and elections, it hasn't got a beat anyone trying to change this junkyard of a planet can dance to." ~Andrew Vachss
"We sleep safe because rough men stand ready in the night to visit violence upon those who would do us harm." - Attributed to R. Kipling, or George Orwell, or W. Churchill
All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing’ (or words to that effect)- Edmund Burke
"If you're trying to be politically correct you're like a chameleon in front of a mirror. What can you say that won't be offensive to somebody?" - Robin Williams
"Dare greatly. It is not the critic who counts, not the man who points out how the strong man stumbled or where the doer of deeds could have done better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena."- Theodore Roosevelt
“A government big enough to give you everything you want, is strong enough to take everything you have." —Thomas Jefferson
"Morality, like art, means drawing a line someplace." — Oscar Wilde
"Fear is a thief." - Bumper sticker
"You must be the change you want to see in the world." - Mahatma Ghandi