31Tulsa, United States
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My self-summary
I'm a good-natured guy who might seem quiet at first.

I'm driven but I don't let things get to me -- I'm very laid-back.

A huge sports fan (especially the Cubs).

I'd like to find a girl who's ideally intelligent, opinionated, kind, and maybe a little quirky.

I value good conversations (I've been called a good listener) and good friendships. Family is also very important to me.

I am witty, bloody brilliant ;), and supportive
What I’m doing with my life
Working at a local alarm company, coordinating out-of-state service technicians. Also singing in my church choir and compiling enormous spreadsheets of sports statistics for fun.
I’m really good at
Learning things. Also math, and my job.

I'm not sure what the standard is for "really good," but I'm at least pretty good at writing and singing too.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books - Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, Song of Ice and Fire, and stuff about baseball history. My copy of the New Bill James Historical Abstract is falling apart from having been read so much.

Movies - Pirates of the Caribbean, Dark Knight, Serenity, Lord of the Rings... A few comedies as well. Anchorman, Monty Python and the Holy Grail. I'll throw TV in here as well - Parks and Recreation, Brooklyn Nine Nine, Arrow. Defunct favorites are the Wire, Breaking Bad, Chuck, and Firefly.

Music - Fond of it in general, but no real specific preferences.

Food - Pizza, Italian, or a good burger.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Sports, especially baseball and men's tennis, and ways to analyze them. The spreadsheets, they are truly enormous. Some of them formerly took hours to run until I switched to a much more efficient method of... you know what, that's not really important now.

Yeah, "a lot of time" may be an understatement.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I used to weigh about 60-70 pounds more than I do now. Turns out, not drinking pop and bringing healthier food in lunches to work will trim off the pounds pretty well. Also, it gives me free license to mock commercials for dietary medication, which is great.
The two of us