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Antonios
35 Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Seeking: Female
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So a little about myself.. I'm half Greek and half Turkish, born and raised in Australia now traveling around working in Maritime Security. I'm very much a citizen of the world, I'm enigmatic, mysterious, romantic, passionate, refined, intelligent, witty, elegant and chivalrous and I love to have wholesome fun but also have a very devious wild side which not many see. Many think I'm arrogant but that's not really true, I'm just comfortable with who I am and confident that I can achieve anything that I want in life. Experience has shown me that I can do anything I want. I'm dominant but not overbearing but when crap hits the fan I take charge. Maybe they also call me arrogant because I say that I can lead a horse to water, and I can make it drink. But I did, true story. Some have said that I'm an adventurer and a thrill seeker. If this were true, it would mean that I was the one chasing adventure and that is not the case. Instead, I simply live life to its fullest and adventure comes along for the ride. Some have also called me a shameless flirt with no morals who uses charm to seduce beautiful and sexy women. Guilty as charged, but with some reservations. I'm not a player and I never have to lie to women to get them to be with me. I think the idea of having wingmen is ridiculous, we're not a pack of hyenas. If you need a guy to hold your hand to speak to a woman perhaps you're more comfortable with men than women.. I think there are hardly any real men these days, society has turned them into a bunch of weak mamma's boys who are arrogant, loud mouthed and not at all men.
Sam
34 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Seeking: Female 20 - 43
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"Of Minds, Brains and Computers", that is perhaps the best way of putting this down. I am researching the limits and extents of the Sapien Brain as a Computational Device with infinite express-ability, and the Sapien Mind as a possibly Holographic Projection (of the embodied Brain) phenomena, with a focus on the Architecture of Language as a Universal marker of the Sapiens-Higher Primate species barrier. On a personal level... I am an oddball mixture of a linguist, a poet, a dreamer, a scientist, a philosopher, a hippie, a programmer, a rationalist, an internalist, a nativist and a generativist, a disciple of analytic philosophy, an alienated reflectionist, an art-lover, an avid admirer and mourner of the flower-generation, a listener to the voices of the Peoples' history, a subscriber to Unified String Theory and of the multiple universes hypothesis, a math-lover, an astronomy junkie, a Richard Feynman devotee, an awe-struck admirer of the evolutionary process, an enthusiastic antagonist to the very notion of God, an anti-theist, an anarchist, a Chomskyan, an anti-establishmenterian, a follower of Carl Sagan, skeptical of all traditions, cynical about social conventionality, sarcastic about involuntarily inherited manufactured heritages, scornful of the obedient, comrade to the marginalised, a brother to the weak, a compatriot to the defenceless; I am but an orphaned son of the counterculture, ripped from the 60s, transplanted in the twenty-first century, homeless and homesick, only doing what I can to stay hungry and stay foolish... At times of uncertainty, and I face quite a few of those, I simply close my eyes, take a deep breath, and ask myself: "WHAT WOULD NOAM CHOMSKY DO?"

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