Blaubart
34 Darmstadt, Germany
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My self-summary
I'm a geek and I think there is no way to hide it longer than a few hours so I can admit it also.
Actually I live in Bonn, Germany but I live and work in Munich from Monday to Thursday so I'm basically looking for people to have fun witch /talk non-work related things about.
What I’m doing with my life
Currently I'm wasting it, way to much work and to little free time to spend in Bonn. Luckily my girlfriend is okay with that I don't want to disappoint her doing something stupid.

If I'm not at work I usually read a lot, if possible outside, *yeah!* bike season is beginning, and like to sit together with some friends talking or having a discussion about politics.
I’m really good at
To be honest I'm quite good with the whole tech stuff and I really read a lot strange stuff, so sometimes I can contribute very strange facts.
I'm also quite a good cook. not good enough to make a living out of it, but it is sufficient for a nice candlelight dinner.
The first things people usually notice about me
I seems that I look quite shy and I have to admit that might be sometimes correct, but usually not, so this is a common reason for surprise.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Authors: H.P. Lovecraft, Daniel Suarez, Charles Stross, Markus Heitz, Douglas Adams, Philip K. Dick, Stanisław Lem
Books: Freakonomics, Free, The Pirate's Dilemma, Wired for War, Wikinomics, The Gone-Away World, The Art of War
So, basically Science-Fiction or Horror story's for fun and a lot of Social and Computer Science for work (and sometimes fun).

Bands: Royal Republic, Der Familie Popolski, Dresden Dolls, Skatoons, Jan Delay, Schandmaul, Joker's Daugther, Beatsteaks, Fiddler's Green

TV Series: Doctor Who, Lie to me, Futurama, Big Bang Theory, Little Britain, Fast Show

Movies: Blues Brothers, Rocky Horror Picture Show, Hero, In Bruges, Metropolis

Food: Indian, Japanese
The six things I could never do without
Hmm, six things are really hard.
Good friends are the most important point and laughing would be number two, but they don't count as things I think.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
"was die Welt im Innersten zusammenhält" to quote Faust.
I'm really interested in politics and social science to understand why people often act so strange (e.g. why they denial mistakes even if these mistakes are obvious to anyone else)
On a typical Friday night I am
doing something with my girlfriend and try to relax from the week.
You should message me if
you're in Munich, maybe only at the airport for an evening, and you want to meet some interesting people to talk to.
Due the fact that I literally live next to the Airport I know nearly nothing about the city itself.
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