I am silly, logical, and dedicated
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33 • M • Houghton, MI
- Last Online
- Nov 17, 2011
- 5′ 10″ (1.78m)
- Body Type
- Catholicism, and very serious about it
- Aquarius, but it doesn’t matter
- Working on masters program
- Science / Engineering
- Relationship Status
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- Relationship Type
- Likes dogs and likes cats
- English (Fluently), Spanish (Poorly), C++ (Fluently), LISP (Okay)
I am silly, logical, and dedicated
Lots of stuff! And lots of other stuff, I'm not so good at!
I play Trombone, sometimes I try to sing too
Cooking can be fun, but unless I have company, I'm more apt to fix something readily microwaveable. Probably with cheese.
I like to camp, hike, bike, snowshoe, ski.
I know how to develop and print black and white film, but I pretty much only use digital now
When I'm not being silly, I'm usually asleep.
Board games! Go and Chess and Scrabble and Cranium!
After doing a sort of introduce-someone-else in group thing, someone told me that the thing she remembered most about me was that I like Legos. Legos are great (why didn't I add that to the list of things I'm good at?). Recently, when all my stuff was getting packed up into boxes because my old room was going to be transmogrified into a den, I decided that when I get a house, it should have a room dedicated for Legos. It doesn't have to be a big room. It could even be an overgrown closet.
Favorite things are overrated. I've decided to just list things. Yay things!
Books: Alice in Wonderland, If On A Winter's Night A Traveler, Timeline, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, 2001: A Space Odyssey, A Canticle for Leibowitz, The Importance of Being Earnest, Oxford American Dictionary
Movies: Back to the Future, Lord of the Rings, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, It's a Wonderful Life, Plan 9 From Outer Space, Adaptation, Amadeus, The Emperor's New Groove.
Music: Philip Glass, REM, Richard Wagner, Edvard Greig, Beetles, Chanticleer, Jars of Clay, Weird Al, Claude-Michel Sch�nberg, The Brian Setzer Orchestra, The Village People, Dave Mathews Band. And whatnot?
That's hard. I've got a lot of stuff, but when it comes right down to it, if I were to suddenly have none of that, I don't think I'd have too much trouble adjusting, so long as I had shelter from the elements, stuff to eat, and someone to talk to (or at least a cat). I like cats. Unfortunately, the apartment I'm living at doesn't allow pets.
If I could have a little more, I think I'd probably want to have stuff to read, paper, and something to with which to write on said paper. I can amuse myself some lint on the floor, if need be (Unfortunately, this is a very bad thing for productivity).
I've been thinking about how I would set up a system of government for my own country. Not that I'm planning on founding my own country or anything, or that I'm even displeased with the US. But any system of government it has strengths and weaknesses, and most weaknesses are non-trivial to correct (duh). Curse you NPR! (not really)
I have a text file on my computer named "cool words". It contains cool words.
It's a knick-knack, Patty Wack, give the frog a loan! His old man was a Rolling Stone!
Color theory. Color is a very interesting subject. So are graph colorings, but that's a different subject.
I spend a lot more time thinking about things I don't know a lot about than things I do. Otherwise I would get too bored.
Friday is a night for going out with friends, and, when it is in season, watching Battlestar Galactica.
I started writing a script for a play called "The Wrath of Rhubarb Person". It's somewhat close to being done now, but I haven't worked on it in some time. I should finish it. It's funny (and other people think so too!) Mayhap could you tell me to bust it out and finish it?
I saw a book called "Latin for Dummies," and I was tempted to get it. I sort of have a secret desire to learn Latin, mostly so I can listen to the Carmina Burana or Messa da Requiem and understand it. I've never quite wrapped my head around how declension works.
There's a book among others in my bookshelf. It's blue, and titled simply "Algebra". Don't be fooled by it's seemingly innocuous cover. That is all.
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