Agnostic, INTP, Intelligent, In shape, honest, loyal, Introverted, 50% Libertarian, 50% Constitionalist. Nihilistic, Bored,
Update: Changed my screen name forever ago and stopped going to this site. Although I have been a member since I was in Kuwait in 2003. It won't let me change it back now. I have pictures, but out of professional concern, I'm not interested in them being posted.
I feel like I am waiting far too often in my life. It seems to be my perpetual status. I'd like to fix that.
Physical: I'm about 10 lbs overweight right now. Two months of vacation does that. I like the gym, but dislike cardio. My current priority besides my career.
Goals: To live a happy fulfilling life, have and raise children, and die content. I am a year into my MBA, and can finish a masters in management and leadership at any point with two more months of part time school. I'd like to finish my MBA in the next two years so that I have an easier egress out of the military if that proves necessary. Currently planning to be in the Army for atleast another 3 years. I took up recurve bow archery, and want to eventually feel comfortable enough with it to hunt dressed as Robin Hood.
Future Hobbies: Latin Ballroom Dancing(So I can dance like James Bond, dammit), Winemaking, Pottery, Filibustering, Woodworking, I completely failed to learn the harmonica on the last deployment. I think I'm giving up on the idea of being more musical. Update: I gave up the idea of being more musical.
Issues: I can argue about religion or politics all day. I don't care about your viewpoint, as long as you can rationally support it. If you can't, don't bring it up.
Music: Johnny Cash begins and ends country music for me. Besides that I have no firm opinions and can get into about any genre if it is a high quality product of that genre. I change my interests in music a lot, and how much I am actually interested in music, as well. I wouldn't consider it a major part of my life. Which is probably a major oddity.
Military: I don't know if serving in the military is a overall positive or negative for the world. I know staying home and working in a factory isn't a positive, though. I'm terrified of failure without definite goals. I'd rather die unhappy than die in the existential red. Update: I'm not sure if I can continue to completely support these last points. I recently spent two months on vacation, and found that I found it pretty satisfying spending the two months working on some land I own in southern Indiana and minor projects. I'm not sure that I continue to require anything grand to do with my life. A simple minor
Relationships: After my last relationship, I discovered that sex wasn't as important as I thought. However, day to day matters are extremely important. In my case, I'm not very good at demonstrating verbal affection, and tend more toward actions. Messy-ness and disorder cause me a lot more stress than I previously knew.
Random: A palm-reader/psychic told me that this is not my first life. That I'm incomplete and unfullfilled because of a past life transgression. For someone who doesn't believe in the supernatural, it was very eerie.
Depends upon what the other person wanted to do and what was available to do in the area. I attempt to be creative, but sometimes that can obscure the purpose of dating: Enjoy the company of another and learn more about them. It can also make things akward.
Age: Over 21. I like drinking with someone, and dislike being involved in illegal actions.
Family: Someone who wants children and believes they are a high priority in their life.
Interests: Atleast a few things in common with me from my list of interests. The two highest priority interests are gaming(Table top RPG) and reading.
Appearance: I am more concerned with what a woman chooses to do concerning her appearance than what she has no control over. A controled diet or steady gym attendance is a better measure of character than a pretty face.
Career: I'm looking for someone with ambition/motivation in whatever field they may have. Although I'm starting to somewhat reconsider that upon reflection. How can multiple demanding careers not create undue strain on a relationship? Update: After the last relationship, I don't agree with the last question. Anything can create undue strain on a relationship if it is prioritized above the relationship. Some things simply make sense to be more important: Children, a career you have worked your entire life toward, family, old friends, dreams...