No, I believe in attraction at first sight and love building after souls know each other.
3.List five adjectives to describe yourself.
Tenacious, curious, forward thinking, loving and loyal.
4.What's your favorite thing to do in the summer?
Open water swimming.
5.If you could visit any place in the world, where would you choose to go and why?
Currently Canada is usually on my list. I've been most places on this planet so now I lean toward friendly, scenic and peaceful.
6.If you could have any superpower, what would it be?
7.If you had your own talk show, who would your first three guests be?
Whoever is still living of the Monty Python cast, Dr. Michio Kaku and James Michael Strazinsky
8.What's your favorite song to sing in Karaoke? Why?
Do you want to date my Avatar -Felicia Day, because it's fun and you asked.
9.If Hollywood made a movie about your life, whom would you like to see play the lead role as you?
Russell Crowe maybe, since I saw his performance in things besides Gladiator.
10.What is something you cannot live without?
In the last year of mandatory school each soon to be graduate takes a multitude of tests to efficiently funnel them into the right career. Personality profiles showing you to be low IQ, bigoted and prone to senseless violence really increase your chances of being denied. Scores mean enough to tempt test takers to cheat using answer sets bought from sketchy characters. You don't always get what you pay for as Felix Dernoft discovers in Destined for...Something, a Next You novel.
I live in Fort Collins Colorado with my wife and son. My daughter has embarked on her career as a graphics designer. I've been an Infantryman, Swine Farmer, smattering of other trades and jobs and now I'm a manufacturing pharmaceutical chemist. What aspect of my life that is devoted to fitness favors swimming in open water which means I spend most of the year working out in a pool then hit the lakes when it warms up a bit. My wife Cheryl safety kayaks for me when we manage to make it work. One day when I was waiting on everybody else in the house to get off of the computer when it hit me. Start doing what I had wanted to do for the last thirty years, write science fiction stories. I've read extensively, experienced way more than a person is entitled to and I am a scientist. That being said, sometimes I just pull them out of my ass. The ability to picture a scene in my head helps, once I stop laughing uncontrollably for no reason.