I've been told I'd be a good philosophy teacher. I've kind of stubbornly chosen to go against destiny on that one.
I like to think of myself as complicated but approachable. Like a well indexed technical manual.
Good Anthologies are one of my favorite things in the world. There's nothing quite like reading a good story and then knowing you have twenty others waiting for you. Lately my two favorites have been Jonathan Strahan's work and the Norton Reader.
I'm an INTJ, though the IN is stronger than the TJ.
I like the idea of a geek. I like the idea of someone so socially awkward that normal people react as though they've just seen the head bit off a chicken. Playing on your xbax and listening to video game music isn't geeky, hell, these days, even frat boys do that. I could use more real geeks in my life.
"What gender do you identify as?"
-I would say somewhere between xenomorph and Lord Fanny from the Invisibles.
Politically, I'm pretty strongly left leaning.
There are two contrasting schools of thought: that a books themes are the words most commonly said in the book or that the work theme is "big unsaid", what it is reaching for but can never quite find the words. I like the later approach better.