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Meet eHarmony member #1817796635 A Single Man in Bellevue, WA 53 / Software Engineer

Never On special occasion I don't have kids


  • Gender: Male
  • Height: 5'10"
  • State: Washington
  • City: Bellevue
  • Marital Status: Never Married
  • Has Kids: I don't have kids
  • Pets: Cats, Dogs
  • Education: Doctorate
  • University: rensselaer polytechnic institute & university of illinois

Bellevue, WA Singles

Hi, I'm a White man, living in Bellevue, looking for a great girl. I have a Doctorate Degree from rensselaer polytechnic institute & university of illinois. I'm 5'10". I don't have any kids.

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More about me

The one thing I am passionate about...

The truth. I find that I'm constantly paying attention to it. Other things: being fit, doing excellent work, having fun, strenuous mountainous day hikes, board games, computer games, cats, reading, friends, eating. I'm always up for watching an NBA game, or a good hilarious TV show or youtube video or web page.

I typically spend my leisure time

Reading, strenuous hikes and other things that have a good combination of exercise and social interaction, piano, online games, board games, movies. Not much TV.

The most influential person in my life has been

Honesty. Let's say a group of people goes hiking for a day, and it's 35 degrees, windy, and raining the whole time. Everyone's really cold. Later, someone describes what it was like: "The gentle rain cooled and refreshed us." This is a type of fudging that I don't like. Isn't it better to just tell the truth? Also important to me are fun, playfulness, intelligence, curiosity.

The first thing people notice about me


The last book I read and enjoyed

"How Religion Poisons Everything", by Christopher Hitchens. Hitchens discusses several common themes of religion and the damage that religion does - killing, elimination of free thinking, fearmongering, damage to kids, and other things. While I don't agree with everything he says, it's a very educational book. Parts of it are funny, too. Hitchens is very sarcastic. You might wonder how I can like this book and have put down that I'm spiritual. I'm spiritual in that I'm pretty open to new ways of thinking. I like massages and am interested in positive thinking, meditation, relaxation techniques - things like that.

The three things which I am most thankful for

  1. I'm thankful that I have good health, and have no health problems that impede my ability to think clearly. I appreciate being able to do strenuous physical activities like going on tough hikes and snowshoes, and enjoy the social and physical benefits of these things. I like feeling fit.
  2. I have been exposed, and continue to be exposed to, to a very wide variety of ideas, and have been able to take some of these ideas and incorporate them into the way I think and act.
  3. I live in a society where, more or less, I have great freedom of thought and action. Compared to other times and places throughout history, I feel very fortunate to be where I am.

The one thing I wish MORE people would notice about me

Humor. I'm hilarious. I think.

Friends Describe me as

Good listener, Intelligent, Perceptive, Physically Fit

A little more about me

I really like cats. In a very manly way, of course.

I am

What I like to read

Fantasy & Science Fiction, Nonfiction

Sports I enjoy playing

Hiking, Mountain Climbing

Sports I enjoy watching

Basketball, Other, Swimming

Music I like to perform


Movies I like to Watch


TV I like to Watch

Comedy, Crime Drama

My Favorite TV Shows

the office, cheers, hawaii five o (with jack lord)