Hi, my name is Chad Green and I am not currently a paid subscriber to this site, so please don't take offense if I don't write you back... because I can't. I log onto this site from time to time simply to remind myself that every LDS girl here is gorgeous, amazing and successful in their own unique way, and therefore clearly out of my league. I joined this site years back with the delusional hope of finding my soul mate- a funny blind woman who craves a poverty-stricken life. I've since come to realize that if such a woman ever existed, she likely died in the war in heaven.
If I had to describe myself, I guess I would admit to being somewhat shy, moderately intelligent, extremely nostalgic, occasionally funny, and always loyal to the people I care about. Honestly a little lost from the still lingering economic downturn, I guess I'm searching for my path in this unpredictable world. I somewhat recently completed a master's program in criminology from Arizona State University in an effort to expand my educational horizons, and am still trying to harvest the fruits of that education. I will likely end up being a civil servant or a garbageman if my prior academic interests in aviation fail to ever payoff.
Hometown: Redondo Beach, CA
Mission: Michigan Detroit (1998-2000)
Education: Long Beach CC (AS, Aviation Science), Utah Valley University (BS, Aviation Science), University of Central Missouri (MS, Aviation Safety), Delta State University (MCA, Aviation Management), University of Arkansas (MEd, Adult Education), Arizona State University (MA, Criminology)
How I feel about the gospel: It's undeniably true. I was born of goodly parents who taught me to love and appreciate the restored gospel of Jesus Christ. Because of that love, I served a mission and have remained active throughout my life. I am far from perfect, but I do try to live my faith. I must admit that I'm not a big fan of Mormon culture, though. Jello and carrots are not a magical combination, nor do I believe that I need wussy EFY soundtracks or daily viewings of Saturday's Warrior to keep my spiritual fire burning. Furthermore, I must confess to having an unrighteous hatred for the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. I seriously cannot stand watching those old people bellow out hymns and contemporary favorites with plastic smiles on their faces. I also find singles dances to be both sad and stupid, and the same goes for the high school drama that seems to plague most YSA/single adult wards. If you agree with me, awesome. If not, please feel free to pray for my lost soul. Heaven knows I could use all the help I can get.
Interests: Airplanes, old cars, firearms, college football, racing, old-time radio shows, history, especially World War II history, discovering new foods and restaurants, and sinking further in debt
Favorite Music: The Kinks, The Doors, Pink Floyd, Surf Punks, Bob Marley, Modest Mouse, Foo Fighters, Face to Face, The Bouncing Souls, Bad Religion, classical/jazz/standards when studying or relaxing
Favorite Movies: Dr. Strangelove, Patton, Stalag 17, The Spirit of St. Louis, WarGames, Iron Eagle, Red Dawn, The Manhattan Project, This Is Spinal Tap, Groundhog Day, The Sandlot, North Shore, old Bruce Brown surf movies, insightful documentaries
Favorite TV: Hogan's Heroes, The Rockford Files, Simon & Simon, Magnum P.I., Sledge Hammer, WKRP, Wings, Seinfeld, Corner Gas, Community, The Middle, The Goldbergs, Top Gear UK, Burn Notice, Blue Bloods
*Please don't freak out if I look at your profile, especially if you're way younger/older or cooler than me. It's not my fault you're cute and interesting.
**I hate camping! I only mention this fact because nearly every girl on this site claims to fancy this bazaar, primeval ritual. If it's wrong to appreciate a warm bed and a daily shower, I don't want to be right.
***If by the off chance we did meet and become friends, I will require you to lie about how we met. ANY fictional story, including ones of us meeting in a mental institution or jail, would always sound better than admitting to partaking in the hopeless, lame desperation of online dating. Thanks for your cooperation in advance.