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29 / M / Straight / Single
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- 6′ 0″ (1.82m).
- Body Type
- Mostly anything
- Atheism and very serious about it
- Graduated from masters program
- Science / Tech / Engineering
- Rather not say
- Doesn’t have kids, but might want them
- Likes dogs
- English (Fluently), French (Fluently), C++ (Fluently), German (Poorly), Spanish (Poorly)
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I've once read the comments on a youtube video. I've since lost all hope in Mankind.
well people say I talk too much. Or too fast. Or both.
I'm reading almost anything fantasy or Sci Fi related. I love The Lord of the Rings, a Song of Ice and Fire, the Chronicle of the Black Company, the Wheel of Time,...
I've read all of Discworld's novels and can't wait for the next one. my favorite character being Lord Vetinari. I'd really like a full novel centered around him and not just as a supporting character.
I Think Asimov is a semi god sent to Earth to deliver a message of hope and teach me how to pass physics. He did 50% of the job. I've read all of his work in French when I was in high school and now I'm completing my English collection. I've also read nearly all of Clark's work and most of Niven and Dick's works.
The awesomest (yes firefox, I know that's not a word. Screw you !) thing about Niven's ringworld is that he wrote a sequel after fans from the MIT pointed out all of the engineering's errors in his first book.
I'm also reading science books for the fun of it. I can never recommend Penrose's "The Road to Reality" enough. It's like a Stephen Hawking books, except with Maths. And Maths make everything better. Also Isaac Asimov's "Understanding Physics" is the best book anyone can ever read. If Earth were to be destroyed in the next minutes and all we could save from mankind was one book, I would choose this one. If you haven't read it yet ; read it. It is your life's new highest priority. Stop everything you are doing now and go buy and read this book.
Of course I've watched Star wars a gazillion times and all of Star Trek TOS... :)
I'm also a huge fan of Cosmos. I still have the VHS back home. ;)
I use it all the time at work, when choosing the shortest path to go on a trip, to know how much holidays will cost, to know If I'll have enough time, to choose which algorithm to implement... and sometimes just for fun
I'd like to paraphrase my personal hero, Richard Feynman :
Math is like sex. Sure, it may give some practical results, but that's not why we do it.
I can't go a full week without reading.
I get sad if I don't get to dirty my shoes
I can't start working without my cup of coffee and my Dilbert comic.
my sense of humor
I get sad when I don't joke.
Come on! I'm French! What do you expect ?
hmmm... I wonder if that happens every time.
(If you got the last reference you win 100 extra bonus points)
Or getting away for the week end
- Girls who like guys
- Ages 18–35
- Located anywhere
- Who are single
- For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating, casual sex
If you are a true redead. I already want to marry you.
If you want to go hiking.
If you want to go have a couple of beers with me.
If you love maths.
If you want to cook with me.
(don't have to meet all conditions. It's a || not a && )
If you're looking for an ice breaker here are some ideas :
-What is your favorite dinosaur and why ? (warning there's a correct answer)
-When the robots will rise and try to take over in which side will you fight ?
-Once we've colonized Mars, what should be our next move ?
-Imagine a conversation between Marc Twain and Jules Verne. A conversation that I could continue.