The name's: Cody Chapple!
(there is a church named in my honor if you ever happen to visit: Cody Wyoming) :-P
My hobbies include:
1.) LEADING: the fight for the rights of the subjugated and persecuted women of the world
2.) TIRELESSLY: searching for a cure for juvenile diabetes
3.) SELFLESSLY: volunteering my time in war-torn parts of Africa, helping rescue and rehabilitate the Child-Soldiers. (at great risk to my own health and life, might I just add)
4.) BEING: MUCH sexier in real life than my profile pictures would suggest...
5.) PERHAPS: slightly exaggerating my top 4 hobbies on online dating platforms...
I also TRULY do like: being a single father to my son, helping others, philosophy and Spirituality in general, (especially Eastern/taoist leaning), learning, teaching, reading, writing, hiking, camping, hunting, fishing, and almost anything to do with the outdoors, movies, music, websurfing, video/computer games, 420/entheogens, shamanism, new experiences, self mastery, metaphysics/futurism/human potential/doing my part to start the un-telivised revolution, and big butts: (I cannot lie) :-P
I am a 30 year old heterosexual, cisgender, male with high-functioning asperger syndrome, ( I'm
pretty eccentric, but I'm also a rare person on the autistism spectrum who can actually fake like I'm normal if the situation calls for it :-P ) I'm a sapiophile who's OPTIMALLY looking for my SOUL-MATE, But would settle for a good friend, or anything in between ;-)
I ran away from a very loving and supportive family at age 16, to go to Portland, Oregon and ended up living under the Steel Bridge with a family of raccoons who ate from my hand every night. It was about 300 feet from the Rose garden (known today as the Moda Center: where the Trailblazers play) . I dealt enough weed to work my way up to a cheap motel in a couple months (that I split 3-ways) and got a real job and apartment in about 6 months time. I ended up passing my G.E.D. in the top 1% in the nation, and have a tested I.Q. of 156. (Although, in full disclosure: I was 12 years old at the time and testing against my dumb-ass peers. I imagine/guess I would score somewhere around 130 testing relative to my age group today)
So I like to flatter myself as an intellectual, but I can be so damn dyslexic, that I'm really only as brilliant as I am retarded at times...