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39 San Francisco, CA Man


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  • Ages 24–42
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5′ 11″ (1.81m)
Body type
Used up
Mostly vegan
Graduated from university
Mostly monogamous
Has kids, but doesn’t want more
Likes cats
English, Japanese, German, Other, C++

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This is an old profile; I logged into it for the first time in a couple of years last night (February, 2015); interesting to see the differences in match percentages; many 99% matches via this profile, the other I have been using more frequently since this, the highest match percentage globally is 96%, perhaps not coincidentally, that is also my match percentage with myself between my two profiles. For reference, the other one is: 0hmhiryuu so you can do an apples to apples comparison yourself. Welcome to the OKCupid equivalent of the house of mirrors, tell me which one you like yourself better in; or perhaps you'll see red flags, twice even!

I created this profile around a decade ago when my first (and only) marriage fell apart; I didn't even muster the guts to message anyone for a couple of years; though I did answer a lot of questions and even upgraded some people's mailboxes, back when there was some sort of credit system for such things.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Shattering people's preconceived notions of what is reliable or trustworthy with demonstrations and empirical data.
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I had a very strange dance to the song "thorns" by :WUMPSCUT: (Rudy Ratzinger, from Bunkertor 7) the other night.

I am still unsure how I feel about it, but my Tuesday was a disaster best left attempting to rest and sleep off whatever just happened as amazing as that was.

brink is a fascinating word and more.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Right now?

What it is like see someone through two different points in time via OKCupid profiles and see how we may have matched up then and now; and more deeply question how useful a match algorithm is in the moment, when some of the data is stale regardless if it is recently updated.

Will computational data models ever fully maximize realtime dating potentials? Or can they merely provide us digital lenses for viewing slightly different facets of individuals who are impossible to fully encompass in such constructs, as useful as technology may be, it is not the be all, end all.

I wonder what the margin of error in match percentage differences is; by my observation Case in point: one individual I am IRL friends with is a 90th percentile match with this profile, and a 60th percentile match with that one (omitting actual percentages to provide pseudo anonymity, but the skew for that was: 31% points). The worst I have observed is a 68% match with one profile and an 87% enemy with the other. o_O OKCupid's arithmetic seems *fundamentally* flawed given such obversations; yay science! And doing testing.

I'm the same person; and my answers are likely barely different. I am pretty sure I was being honest with whatever questions answered at the time and I am also pretty certain while I am ever changing and evolving, I am not that frigging different to what I was either. At any rate, I haven't done exhaustive data analytics, but simply having a ~30% margin of error on matches here is sort of *disconcerting* given how much credence people put in numbers. Clearly, they haven't ever hacked many computer systems I guess? I trust very little digital information, but I was programming over three decades ago and using the internet before the world wide web (aka browsers) existed. I also know one of the earliest programmers from OKCupid, and while not a bad programmer, they were, from my perspective, a much better troll than programmer sometimes. Anyway, take numbers you see with a block of salt, a grain is insufficient and these sorts of things are not how actual double blind data driven studies are done in real science, as much as folks may wish to delude their users.

Not that romance is ever easy, but I question if this site actually helps at all. Digital simulations of apparently schizophrenia in action at any rate are sort of entertaining. Sure, you can call it A/B testing if it makes you feel better, the DSM is kind of a different story I am not even going to dive into right now.

I will say, the best romances I have had, were with people I met in person without the crutch of an online dating site; but I have made some decent friends and even had a few (emphasis on few, specifically actually two, in a decade of being a user) decent, if not very long lasting sexual and romantic interactions via this site as well as at least one friendship; so I still use it as a fascinating glimpse into others' lives and potentially finding other friends or partners.

Still, even with two shades of perspective on me, that is far from a complete picture on who I am as a multi faceted individual. Just another experiment, calling into question whether some things are good fits for scientific methodologies. At any rate, I am at least providing you with another data point of an ever evolving individual who may have multiple representations of self on occasion; I don't know of many other people on here which do the same. ^_-

Another observation: since logging back into this account, I have been shown in over 1400 search results in the last day. My other account? Not even 200 search results. . . this is causing me to rethink which account I use as a primary one, moreover, match percentages overall seem much higher with this one on any given account. o_O

Strike that staff_robot is a lower match on this account, which is odd, it used to be the only 100% match I had on this site. Sadly, I am not a robosexual or it may have been a romance for the ageless circuit annals.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
The only nights that even approach anything typical for me are probably Mondays, where I have been known to attend Death Guild with enough regularity over its more than two decade span that I go there more to say hello to friends and people watch than drink or dance or hear a "new" song.

No, I am not a goth. I used to self identify as a rivethead, but really, no one even knows what that means anymore, if they ever did. Moreover, I wear enough of an unusual Japanese designer's clothing (they only have one USA retail location, right here in SF) these days to definitely not look the part. I do love great music and eccentric fashion though; and DG is a more reliable venue to at least hear great tunes that do not fall into the pariah that is the top 40 "system" than most others locally. My favourite club globally was Das Bunker, but Dark Mondays in Berlin was enjoyable as well. I tend to be very picky and even critical of music, because I have been performing, collecting and DJing for much of my life, so I have a higher bar than people who just show up to get wasted and dance (not that there is anything wrong with that, I do it on occasion as well; I just still prefer the music to be . . . better?)
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You know something that all the king's horses and all the kings' men didn't. ;)

Or y'know, if I wrote you. Even if you don't want to have anything to do with me, you could at least have the decency to write back to reject me? Though I am capable of writing scripts to automate messaging people, I have chosen to actually invest thoughts, time and effort in writing others here, even if introductory messages may be far less loquacious than my normal writings. If rejecting me, please be gentle, I am not here to grow a thicker skin, my upbringing already covered that in spades; I am looking to find relationships where I can share vulnerabilities and trust they will not be exploited (I realize that sounds like crazy talk coming from someone others have described as a hacker, but if I have kept hush hush about friends' 0day they've confided in me for decades, I figure I should expect something similar, if not better, from friends and lovers regarding emotional maturity).

Alternatively, if you have a CBM Amiga 4000T in working condition you want to give me. Yes, I realize this is a long shot, but out of seven billion people in the world, chances that one of the owners of the 200 of those uses a computer and sees this are higher than someone who doesn't even go online.