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27 • M • Cambridge, MA
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- 5′ 9″ (1.75m)
- Body Type
- Mostly vegetarian
- Not at all
- Working on Ph.D program
- Relationship Status
- Relationship Type
- Doesn’t have kids, and doesn’t want any
- Likes dogs and likes cats
- English (Fluently), Spanish (Poorly)
I also spend a lot of time cooking these days: I've been trying to always bring my lunch and usually bring my dinner to lab, which means I need to spend weekends making large collections of leftovers to eat for the following week. While I really like making Polish food---I started a Polish cooking club as an undergrad---most of what I make these days seems to be legume stews, because they're cheap and easy to scale up.
I also help run my university's science fiction and fantasy library, which does its best to eat a lot of time. Despite being a science fiction fan, though, most of my actual reading recently seems to be history texts from the university library. I'm not entirely sure how that happened.
Although I don't have as much time and energy for it as I'd like, I do a reasonable amount of writing to friends. I actually send letters (on paper! written with pens! mailed with stamps!) to high school and college friends, and I have a blog that I use to post a mixture of photos, stories of my adventures, and random OCD projects like timelines of city populations I've put together. It's at http://amiablebowfin.wordpress.com if you're interested.
Recently, I've been trying to teach myself Spanish, mostly using Duolingo.com for practice. I've been making some progress, but not a lot, and I'd be interested in exchanging messages with people in Spanish for practice. (I'm not sure I'm anywhere near good enough for in-person conversation, but I'd be up for trying.)
A number of friends have recently concluded that my taste in clothes runs towards "conservative religious minority", which is apparently noticeable to others. These days I am virtually always wearing some sort of head covering.
--some space-time to put them in
And I'll save the sixth for a spare.
History. Recently largely American history, though sometimes European (I minored in Medieval history.), but I think this is being rather parochial of me. Any recommendations for introductory or general books on Mexican, Indian, Chinese, or Persian history would be greatly appreciated. Or on random other things, for that matter...
Science topics I can write up explanations of on my blog: I think this would be a useful thing for me to write more about.
I also hike and go on long walks, though of late I seem too busy to actually get to do so. But I try to when I can find time, and I approve of http://xkcd.com/120/, so it annoys me that Massachusetts--unlike many other states--doesn't allow walk-through rights on beaches.
- Guys and girls who like bi guys
- Ages 23–31
- Near me
- Who are single
- For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You want a pen-pal.
You're interested in talking about alternate histories where the Whigs didn't keep having the worst possible luck, or where Mexico had more functional institutions in the Nineteenth Century. (Or you can recommend a good history of Mexico for me to read.)
You want to practice Spanish with me: I want to actually try to relearn Spanish after having forgotten most of what I learned in high and middle school. (Or think you can persuade me to learn some other language. Preferably German; I think Chinese is impossible because I can't hear or make tones.)
You want to talk about transit systems, or exchange ideas for transit fantasy maps. (Bonus points if you mention a proposal you have in mind for a new subway line somewhere when you contact me.)
You want to talk about gender identity or non-binary gender. Or sexual orientation and things.
[You don't mind all the parentheses.]
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