I occasionally dream of going back to school for an astrophysics degree or becoming a professional RPG writer.
Neither has happened yet, but I'm still interested... This page is divided into sections, as shown in the main menu.
Created by gamers and fantasy fans, this site is for those who love costumes and roleplay.
I've been interested in science since a young age, and in gaming since I first played D&D (the box with a red dragon on it) in junior high.
Over the past few years, online dating sites have launched hoping to cash in on passionate gamers looking for a mate.
Websites like Game Crush allow you to play your favorite titles against beautiful women (for a fee of course) while the hilariously named Shag A Gamer offers no-strings-attached love connections ala Adult Friend Finder.
I'm not sure why, but I think it's because I like my SF to specifically concern itself with the ways that technology will change our lives in the future, and because I like fiction that doesn't throw believability out the window.
We've taken a look at 10 real, spamless hook-up sites and offered our opinions on each.Some people have been offended that I didn't include something, or that I stated my opinion. Send me a good introduction and I'll probably even link to it.Back to the top of the page or back to So, why RPGs?Besides having an impressive user base, Match also allows anyone anywhere to sign up for a free account.With this, you can fill out a profile, upload photos, search for and receive matches, flirt with virtual winks, and communicate in a variety of ways.Finally, my resources about fandom in Minneapolis are on my Minneapolis page.