Male , 31-35

I'm a creative and outgoing guy. I'm intelligent and studious with a wild streak. I'm from Michigan, but have lived in many places throughout my life. I would one day love to see different parts of the world and experience different cultures. I like meeting new people and long conversations.

Last Seen Feb 12, 2014
Member Since May 17, 2010
Favorite Quote "Because the plot thickens every day and the pieces of my puzzle keep crumbling away, but I know there's a picture beneath." -Faith No More-
Politics Liberal
Horoscope Scorpio
Special day
Books The God Delusion, To Kill a Mockingbird, A Light in the Attic, Where the Wild Things Are, The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings Trilogy, Siddartha
Music Heavy metal, hard rock, progressive rock, ambient, jazz, shoegaze, alternative
Movies Pulp Fiction, Reservior Dogs, Spaceballs, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, The Life of Brian, Ghostbusters, Caddyshack, Zombieland
Local Time May 24th, 9:32 PM

I Am Single

Content. For the first time ever, I'm pretty content with being single. I really don't want another relationship for the forseeable future. Now that I have my bachelor's degree and my life feels like an open... [more]
  • I Am An Artist

    Am I Really An Artist Anymore? Since I've been doing graphic design work for the last three or four years and working much more with computers than with pencil and paper, I wonder sometimes if I'm really what you'd call an artist a… [more]
  • Facebook and Twitter Have Made Me One Lazy Blogger.

    Posted on: June 27th, 2011 at 7:35PM

    It's the truth. Every time I feel the urge to blog and start typing, I feel fatigued after about 140 words. That's bad. There was one time where I used to write the equivalent of a thesis every time I'd log on to Live Journal or even MySpace back in the day. Not only am I a lazier writer, it feels like people tend to be lazier readers too. Not that I expect people to read my long-winded emo rants about my first-world problems. But I miss the days when I could write something lengthy and non-superficial and could draw at least a reader or two. Maybe this is one of the reasons I'm starting to like EP more. It has this cluttered "let's smash MySpace, Facebook, Live journal, Friendster and every… [more]