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24 • Brooklyn, NY • Man
I’m looking for
- Ages 20–30
- Near me
- Who are single
- For new friends
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- Today – 3:32am
- Hispanic / Latin
- 6′ 0″ (1.83m)
- Body Type
- Agnosticism, and laughing about it
- Scorpio, and it’s fun to think about
- Working on space camp
- Relationship Status
- Relationship Type
- Doesn’t have kids, and doesn’t want any
- Likes dogs and likes cats
- English (Fluently), Spanish (Fluently), French (Okay), German (Okay)
I work as a research assistant at my university, where I push buttons on computers and imagine I'm really doing something else. I also tutor undergraduates. This job is actually fun.
Philosophically I'm interested in the irrational side of human beings, and how imagination and fantasy can come into play in politics. I guess I'm just interested in what moves people. I mostly draw on research from the fields of psychoanalysis, ideology, political myth, and politics. But I feel that everything is intimately related, so there are very few topics that I find dull.
When I'm not working, I'm usually exploring the city and getting lost in all the flow of it. I've also been recently cultivating an interest in film (watching), so any good suggestions are appreciated!
I enjoy making art (even though I'm not very good at it). I like to work with stencils and inks, sprays, and/or acrylics on paper, canvas, and wall.
Other than that, I'm always running my fingers along the edges to find an worthwhile escape from the routine.
I’m not very discerning with movies and I mostly enjoy all kinds of them. I’ve been recently trying to get more into watching (I have a hard time sitting still for that long). I’ve been flirting with the French new wave for a few months but I might be too impatient to follow through on that interest.
I’m honestly not too into going to shows unless I really like the band or get prepped on the background of the play. But I enjoy the idea of visiting factories, cemeteries, antique shops, rickety abandoned places, ports, getting lost on purpose, and other weird things like that. Museums are also fun!
I feel a real affinity for surrealist and dada art, with the Vienna secession getting a more-than-honorable mention, but I also enjoy classical and classical revival-kind of art. Not sure why I like those things since they are very different, but that’s how I came out.
I like gothic and gothic revival architecture, as well as Edwardian and Beaux-Arts architectural styles. I usually dislike modernist architecture (which makes it hard to live in New York, obviously, but whatever.) The environment I move in definitely affects my mood, so I have preferences. As you might have guessed, I also like neoclassical architecture a lot.
I have a really eclectic musical taste, I listen to bad hip-hop back to back with some nice romantic or impressionist music, and a lot of the stuff in between I seem to appreciate for no discernable reason. I mostly spend time in the instrumental/indie rock area, I guess. Lately I’ve been interested in “no wave” music. I’d love to hear your suggestions if you’re a dedicated audiophile of course.
I was raised on Mediterranean food and am a bit late to the party as far as exploring other cuisines is concerned. Now that I live in New York I’m playing catch up on this front, and loving it.
What other people think other people think.
Nuance, complexity, recursiveness.
Disjointed thoughts and tenuous connections.
I sometimes make up my own secrets just for the thrill of it
you're passionate about what you do;
you're intellectually curious;
...and you wanna either show me around New York, or you need an exploration partner to do it with you.
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