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My self-summary
I was born in northern Arizona, and I was raised there for the entirety of my childhood. I joined the Air Force shortly after high school, and I've basically been travelling since, even after I got out. I came back here almost a year ago to meet back up with old friends, and to continue some schooling.

Every idle moment the wanderlust grows.

I'm a gamer at heart, but I feel like my heart may be adapting to accommodate new features. The "over there" has really piqued my interest. I want to travel, and I want to explore, but I need money. I have to work for money. Fuck.

I don't have a cell phone or a facebook. I take my privacy seriously, because as soon as you don't, it could be taken from you.

I don't like movies or shows generally. Not stimulating enough! I like video games, but I think I'm becoming jaded even to them.

I yearn for a more self sustainable life. If I could grow my food, harvest my water and generate my power, I would be content.

I think electricity is very neat, and I'm interested in producing it. At least enough for me. I'm a nerd.

I have an awesome Chow/Shepard mutt named Link.
What I’m doing with my life
I live a life of meager hedonism.
I’m really good at
Static discharge, electronics troubleshooting and mid airs.
The first things people usually notice about me
I'm generally very polite to people I don't know.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Song of Ice and Fire


I like Futurama, Game of Thrones and Always Sunny

Reggae and Electronica generally, but I also like Operatic Metal, and Neue Deutsche Härte. I like lots of music, but I often have trouble taking country seriously. Specifically I like the Expendables, Nero, Xandria and Eisbrecher. Absurdly talented solo guitar piques my interest as well, such as Ewan Dobson.

I really love all kinds of food. I think I like anything with tomato sauce especially. Lasagna, spaghetti, perhaps even a bowl of tomato sauce. And noodles, with or without tomato sauce.

PC games mostly. Starcraft, Tribes, and Diablo.

I feel silly. Are these lists silly?
Six things I could never do without
I spend a lot of time thinking about

While we all get to experience life, and all of us are similar in some ways, we are all just different enough to be absolutely unique. If your parents hadn't have met and had sex at the exact moment they did, you would likely have never existed. The same goes for their parents. You lucky bastards.

Of course, we're only bound here for a finite amount of time. After that, what happens? Death. It is the only thing that each and every one of us will experience exactly the same way. No one truly knows what happens to your consciousness when you become worm food, but the fact is that we all share in that exact experience.

No worries though - Your body will decompose, eaten by worms and bacteria. Every calorie and nutrient you consumed and retained in your life will slowly work its way back into the system of nature, filtered by the bacteria to its predators, and its predators, and so forth. The body fuel that perpetuated your own life will become the body fuel for countless other living beings.

Also: cows are alchemists. They are quite adept at turning something essentially useless to me like grass, into a much more useful and delicious food like steak or milk.
On a typical Friday night I am
Burning trees, reading reddit and chopping down bitches.

Specifically Tribes and Resistance.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Everything here is an uncharacteristic admission of something I consider private - My life.
You should message me if
Do you like trees? Do you like games? Do you like science? These are viable reasons.
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