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41 West Hatfield, MA Man


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  • Ages 23–44
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5′ 7″ (1.70m)
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Mostly anything
Trying to quit
Graduated from university
Art / Music / Writing
Relationship Status
Relationship Type
Mostly non-monogamous
Likes dogs and likes cats
English, C++, French (Poorly), Norwegian (Poorly), Swedish (Poorly)

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My self-summary
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I am multi-faceted. I've been a musician for most of my life. I learned to play the record player and sing in the early years. At thirteen years of age guitar and other instruments began to make an uncanny intuitive sense. After a long journey through thinking I should endeavor to be a professional scientist or engineer, harp has taken hold as my primary instrument.

Around the same age as I learned the record player I became enamored with Spider-man. I do not remember whether this came before or after a fascination with spiders. (I am particularly fond of jumping spiders, they're cute and lively. One day I was playing guitar and noticed one on my knee, "dancing" as it watched my fingers. I say "dancing" because the reductionist in me thinks that the behavior I observed was an effect of the spider's prey-targeting circuitry, though the mystic in me wonders differently.) Anyway this fascination with spiders branched into a fascination with insects and other creatures and the workings of life in general. All that plus a latent fascination with video games is how I came to earn a degree in cognitive science focusing on artificial life.

And yet:
"I have always felt dislocated within civilization. Whether the suburbs, the cities, or small towns, I have always felt suffocated, empty, and lost. Traveling from one location to the next, always over-idealizing the succeeding context. The grass always seemed greener. In this postmodern reality, dislocation is not the exception but the norm, and even the sought-after condition. We can never be whole as long as we live outside and above our surroundings, or for that matter, even view them as surroundings, and not as part of us."

It might be polite of me to put up some more recent pictures, but the right ones have yet to come along. I tried taking selfies one day: no. Suffice to say I can braid my face now.
What I’m doing with my life
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Improving myself, seeking deeper self-understanding, seeking the intersection of sources of income and things I enjoy, creating and playing with sounds and music, e.g.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Um, too many things. I hope that reincarnation is a thing, maybe I can be a myrmecologist or a blacksmith or an astrologer in another lifetime.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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My musical taste ranges far and wide. Some of my all-time favorite songs/tunes are Tomorrow Never Knows, Octopus's Garden, and some others by the Beatles; Sunday Bloody Sunday by U2; Bedlam 13:13 and Black Steel in the Hour of Chaos by Public Enemy; Orion, The Four Horsemen, and some other Metallica; Irish tunes such as O'Keefe's slide, Cooley's reel, Morrison's jig, The Strayaway Child, ...;
I could go on like this for a while...
At the top of the list right now are Wardruna and Gjallarhorn
I find the sound of these languages as gripping as the sound of the music, thus I've sort of been learning them by osmosis.

raw milk from a cow that's been eating wild strawberries

Lately Vikings, Game of Thrones, Walking Dead. In years past Doctor Who, Monty Python, Star Trek, etc.

I read a fair bit, my current favorite sentence is "Those who think a fascination with salt is a bizarre obsession have simply never owned a rock like this." - Mark Kurlansky

my favorite poetry fragment of late and my personal translation:
Sól skein sunnan
á salar steina,
þá var grund gróin
grœnum lauki.

when the Sun shone from the south
on the stones of the hall
then from the ground grew
them gree-n leeks

I feel rather un-serious about the rest of the sections on here, so I'm going to use them for silliness in Norwegian and Swedish.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
"Å, nej kära far släck genast ut ljus,
~su ru ruskadirejom krypi på mej~
det var bara katten som spände en mus.
~för en rilleri rå
det trillar väl å
fast trillorna ligger under sur rur ru~"
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"Sola gjekk i ringen, sumaren sende
Hanar galar rismål for alvar i enga"

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