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My self-summary
I'm a super nice guy who enjoys video games, museums, drawing, finding ways to improve myself, and also lots of other crazy crap. I would like to find the second half of my dynamic duo to help me in my never ending pursuit of truth and justice!
What I’m doing with my life
I bought my first house late in 2012 and I'm starting graduate courses at UPenn while continuing to work two jobs. I plan to study biotechnology in grad school. I wanna use science to figure out what makes people die so I can live and be young forever and do all the neat stuff I wanna do in the world and save the world too. Because the world sucks the way it is quite frankly, and I want to save it. Currently working on losing the weight.
I’m really good at
Drawing, video games, listening, forensics (the art of debating. I'm not difficult, I just like it when my perspective is challenged. And for you fellow debate lovers, here's a Captain Obvious fun fact:
A semantical argument is the retort of a person with absolutely no retort whatsoever), stuff....
The first things people usually notice about me
I'm super nice!
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Movies: The Fly, Videodrome, American Splender, Army of Darkness, District 9, Jurassic Park, From Hell, Iron Man, Transformers, Orgazmo, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, The X-Men films, Thor, Captain America, Watchmen, V for Vendetta, The Incredible Hulk, Shaun of the Dead, a bunch of others.

TV: Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes, Family Guy, Law & Order, Burn Notice, Robot Chicken, South Park, Super Jail, Eagleheart, Fringe, X-files, Dexter, Children's Hospital, Aqua Unit Patrol Squad 1, Nova, NTSF:SD:SUV, The Venture Brothers, Star Trek TNG, a lot of others.

Books: Unfortunately, I don't have much time to read except for my text books. Mere Christianity by CS Lewis is an interesting read though. I recently started reading 'dragons of Eden' and 'gifts of the crow'.

Music: They Might Be Giants, Weezer, Cake, MSI, Devo, Pain, Andrew WK, sir mix a lot, smashing pumpkins, A bunch of others.
The six things I could never do without
A cheap android tablet

My computer

My phone

A pencil and a drawing pad


My integrity
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Transplanting Kim Kardashian's brain into the cloned body of Joseph Merrick.

Making a web comic in which Salvador dali, Bob dole, and the incredible hulk are roommates united by their shared idiosyncrasy of speaking in the third person.

Which super powers would be most conducive to cheating at specific price is right games ( telekinesis for plinko, x-ray vision for 3 strikes, etc.).

How the heck I'm gonna live forever when I can't learn calculus?
Why does nobody remember the truly great saviors of mankind but instead worship stupid, selfish, spoiled whores who contribute nothing of significance to society (And no, I'm not referring to Jesus or any other silly fairy tale characters, I'm agnostic in case you haven't noticed, I'm referring to those great men and women who make even the mythic feats of Jesus seem like a smelly ball of turd, such as the contributions of the late great Jonas Salk)? How the money from the multimillion dollar weddings of celebrity couples could be better spent feeding hundreds of thousands of starving children or used to buy millions of life saving vaccines.
On a typical Friday night I am
Getting ready for work the next morning.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I read Incredible Hulk comics, deal with it or move on.

Also, since I feel this comes through sometimes in my profile due to my tone, I should admit that I'm an extremely angry person. Not out of control mind you, just very, very angry. It's something I've lived with for a very long time and I've almost always managed to keep under my thumb by using psychological techniques (such as counting my blessings, or by reminding myself that my personal trials and how I've managed to overcome them have defined me as a human being and have made me stronger) and/or direct into something positive like my studies or exercise. I'm a firm believer in self control and that losing ones temper is a severe weakness and character flaw. The funny thing is most people I tell this to are pretty surprised when I mention it because I usually come off as calm and friendly, or so I've been told.
You should message me if
You like doing fun silly things and you're not an uptight ass.

And please DO NOT message me if you're criminally insane (i.e. you're a klepto, you do stupid, irresponsible, or destructive, things when you're drunk, high, or sober for that matter, you're a pathalogical liar, You use anything stronger than weed or alcohol, you're irrational, beligerent, and prone to unprovoked or uncalled for acts of violence or verbal abuse, you're a general sociopath and you have no concern for the welfare of others or the impact of your actions on others).

Also, and I hate to go on tangential rants like this, but please DO NOT message me if you're one of those people who thinks of herself as a "prize". I've noticed a disturbing trend where girls (and guys) think that nice guys like me are only nice because we want a prize for it. If someone sees themselves as a prize, then they clearly have a very low opinion of themselves and of human beings in general. Yes, I am an abnormally nice person, but not because I'm trying to get something for myself by being nice. If I show decency and compassion to a person it's because I believe that all people are equally deserving compassion and kindness (within reason) regardless of what they have to offer me, NOT because I want or expect something in return. I am a humanist, I believe in doing the right thing for no other reason than the fact that it's the right thing to do. I've always been a nice guy and frankly I really don't know how else to be, it's just in my blood.
So if you think of yourself or other people as commodities to be competed over and exploited for selfish reasons then keep on walkin'.