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Libra, and it’s fun to think about
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My self-summary
A cynical bastard laughing his way through the world.

My main hobbies are math, gymnastics, and art cinema. I sometimes think I took up math and gym just because I have no natural talent for either.

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 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.

Abolish Capitalism. Raw, raw, raw.

I often want to leave the internet and never come back.
What I’m doing with my life
I'm an empty essay...fill me out!

Desperately trying to make enough money, so that I no longer have to do menial labor.
I’m really good at
Breathing. Been doing it for bout two decades now.

I love really appalling puns. I've gotten somewhat good at them.

I can remember most of the science we all learned in high school. Someone recently asked me to explain how rain works and I did.
The first things people usually notice about me
"Wow, that's a lot of alcohol."

My encyclopedic knowledge of obscure facts, I guess. Including Egyptian dentistry, sitcoms, and actually useful knowledge.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Music: Bowie, Ambient, Electronic Music (Cluster, Coil, Aphex Twin), The Birthday Party/Bad Seeds, New York Dolls, Folk (Leonard Cohen, Dylan), Local Noise, Classical (Steve Reich, Lizst), Indie-Pop (Stereolab, Velvet Underground, Yo La Tengo), New wave/Post-Punk (Wire, Television, Japan), Phillip Glass, Steve Reich, Bebop, Shoegaze, Post-Rock, House .

Film: Character Dramas, Woody Allen, Wes Anderson, "The Dreamers", "Withnail and I", Fellini, Bergman, Cronenberg, Linklater, Her, Gravity, Early James Cameron, Film Noir, German Expressionism, Werner Hertzog, "Tinker Taylor Soldier Spy", "Battle Royal".

Literature: Hemingway, French Lit, Existentialism, David Foster Wallace, Shakespeare, Nabokov, Arthurian Romance, Neil Gaiman, Science Fiction, The Quantum Thief, Transhuman Fiction, Dune, Philip K Dick, Consider Phlebus, Ender's Game, Cyberpunk, Marxism.

Poetry: Rilke, Ginsberg, Cummings, Rimbaud, Antebellum American Poetry, Sylvia Plath

Serialized Telecommunication: "The Prisoner", Welcome to the Night Vale, Rick and Morty, It's Always Sunny, Archer, Venture Bros, The Sopranos, Old Sitcoms, Game of Thrones.

Anime: Lupin III, Silver Spoon, Bunch o' others.

Comics: Neil Gaiman, Alan Moore, Grant Morrison, Kieron Gillen, Saga, Superman playing football against the mob, Indie comics (Phonogram, Sex Criminals, East of West), Subnormality

I like crazy hard video games like Dwarf Fortress and Crusader Kings.
The six things I could never do without
Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens.

Unfulfilled quotas.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How to make my okcupid profile more labyrinthine.

That patient merit of the unworthy takes.

Why all beauty is sad.

Things I like about America: coktails, the Velvet Underground, Ezra Pound. Things I hate about America: Mock-freedom, the world's most narcissistic religion, police state dressed up as a "free-market".

If I would pass a Voight-kampff test.

The ending sentence of Roadside Picnic.

"No excess is absurd." -Jean Cocteau.

“The future is already here. It’s just unevenly distributed.” - William Gibson.

"For beauty is nothing but the beginning of terror, which we are still just able to endure,
and we are so awed because it serenely disdains to annihilate us.
Every angel is terrifying." -Rilke

“I have cultivated my hysteria with pleasure and terror.” -Baudelaire.

"I just like trains more than people."



In vain I have striven,
to teach my heart to bow ;
In vain I have said to him
"There be many singers greater than thou."

But his answer cometh, as winds and as lutany,
As a vague crying upon the night
That leaveth me no rest, saying ever,
"Song, a song."
Their echos play upon each other in the twilight
Seeking ever a song.
Lo, I am worn with travail
And the wandering of many roads hath made my eyes
As dark red circles filled with dust.
Yet there is a trembling upon me in the twilight,
And little red elf words crying "A song,"
Little grey elf words crying for a song,
Little brown leaf words crying "A song,"
Little green leaf words crying for a song.
The words are as leaves, old brown leaves in the
spring time
Blowing they know not whither, seeking a song
White words as snow flakes but they are cold,
Moss words, lips words, words of slow steams.
In vain I have striven
To teach my soul to bow,
In vain I pled with him:
"There be greater souls than thou."
For in the morn of my years there came a woman
As moon light calling,
As the moon causen the tides
"Song, a song"
Where I made her a song and she went from me
As the moon doth from the sea,
Nut still came the leaf words, little brown elf words
Saying "The Soul sendeth us."
"A song, a song!"
And in vain I cried unto them "I have no song
For she I sang of hath gone from me."

But my soul sent a woman, a woman of the wonderolk,
A woman as fire upon the pine woods
crying "A song, a song."
As the flame crieth unto the sap.
My song was ablaze with her and she went from me
As flame leaveth the embers so went she unto new
And the words were with me
crying ever "Song, a song."
And I "I have no song,"
Till my soul sent a woman as the sun :
Yea as the sun calleth to the seed,
As the spring upon the bough
So is she that cometh, mother of songs,
She that holdeth the wonder words within her eyes
The words, little elf words
that call ever unto me
"Song, a song."

In vain have I striven with my soul
to teach my soul to bow.
What soul boweth
while in his heart art thou?"

-Ezra Pound.


"I drink to make other people more interesting." -Hemingway.

"I looked down into the snake-pit and all the snakes looked up and said 'Brother'!" -Lilian, a patient, on hug therapy (Source: Adam Curtis)

"No one exists on purpose, no one belongs anywhere, everybody is going to die." -Some TV show.

""One can't write a weird story of real power without perfect psychological detachment from the human scene, and a magic prism of imagination which suffuses them and style alike with that grotesquerie and disquieting distortion characteristic of morbid vision. Only a cynic can create horror—for behind every masterpiece of the sort must reside a driving daemonic force that despises the human race and its illusions, and longs to pull them to pieces and mock them." -Lovecraft

"Finance capital as identified with banking capital has always been the target of pseudo-socialist movements, movements that never dared to touch the foundations of capitalist society but rather sought a reform that would break the poisonous teeth off the capitalist system and direct the deep resentment of the masses against exploitation toward certain concrete symbols. Whether the chosen symbol is John Pierpont Morgan or a Jewish banker is immaterial." -Franz L Neuman

"I think you have very classy breasts." -Masculine Feminine

"In its majestic equality, the law forbids rich and poor alike to sleep under bridges, beg in the streets and steal loaves of bread."- Anatole France

"I know what's wrong with this show." "What?" "The seats face the stage." -Statler and Waldorf on life.

"Despite all the complications, you could just dance to the rock &roll station"

"There is too much there there, there's not enough nothing." -John Cage, "Ten Thousand Things"

"But that girl used to put glue in her hair and jump on the bed and taste like grape candy. And how do you get over that?" -King City

"Aspiration is the truth of freedom, and of us. You and I are adventurers of the dreamscape." -New Age Generator

"Wisdom is dead. Long live information." -Mason Cooley.

"Cards against humanity; a game designed to make you feel witty by drawing cards." -Errant Signal.

“If you think this Universe is bad, you should see some of the others.” -Philip K Dick.

"I'm confident I can whoop all of them. This ain't nothing new, my energy's been confident. You're trying to make it look like this is something new, I'm always confident I can whoop all of em."
"You're being extremely truculent."
"Whatever truculent means, that's good. I'm that." -Mohamed Ali.

"In summa: my lonesomeness, which, as on very high mountains, often made it hard for me to breathe and make my blood rush out, is now at least a twosomeness..." -Nietzsche.

“Better to sleep with a sober cannibal than a drunk Christian.” -Herman Melville.

"An eye for an eye. A petty insult for a petty insult." -Something I said in a dream once.

"Even damnation is poisoned with rainbows." -Leonard Cohen.

"You can only do so much, then you're at the mercy of fortune." -Woody Allen.

"Honour thy mistake as a hidden intention." -Brian Eno.

"the illumination for the room came from a pole lamp into which he had screwed nothing but spot lamps, which shone day and night, so as to abolish time for him and his friends. He liked that; he liked to get rid of time. By doing that he could concentrate on important things without interruption." -A Scanner Darkly

"Money is a sign of poverty" -Ian Banks.

"If I happen to love the world, it's a naive
violent sensual love, just as I
hated it when I was a confused
adolescent and its bourgeois evils
wounded my bourgeois self..." -Pasolini

"I don't know why you're on Mars, but whatever the reason for going to Mars is, I'm glad you're there and I wish I was with you." -Carl Sagan.

"I do feel like a meal ready to eat for vampires with this job." -My co-worker.

"Forget nothing, and think many things of it." -Welcome to the Night Vale.

"Capital punishment -- Them without the capital get the punishment." -John Arthur Spenkelink (Last words of the first person to be executed in Florida)

"It's a world where you're judged by what you say and think, not by what you look like. A world where curiosity and imagination equals power.""

"All men will be sailors then, until the sea shall free them." -Leonard Cohen.

"I'll tell you about the mermaid
Sheds swimmable tail Gets legs for dancing
Sings like the sea with a choked throat
Knives straight up her spine
Lancing every step
There is a price
There is a price
For every gift
And all advice " -Adrienne Rich

"[The proletariat] stands for the idea that the ultimate emancipatory subjects are those who are members of a community or state but who don’t have a determinate place or identity within it." -Zizek

"I am a communist. The difference between myself and a Bolshevik is that I want to turn everyone into an aristocrat whereas he wants to turn everyone into a proletarian." -Adolf Loos.

"Q: How many Indy Rock hipsters does it take to screw in a light bulb?

A: *sigh* I have this joke on vinyl."

" However, protected by an unseen Angel,
The outcast child is enrapt by the sun,
And in all that [the poet] eats, in everything he drinks,
He finds sweet ambrosia and rubiate nectar.

He cavorts with the wind, converses with the clouds,
And singing, transported, goes the way of the cross;
And the Angel who follows him on pilgrimage
Weeps to see him as carefree as a bird." -Baudelaire

"Sunshine is delicious, rain is refreshing, wind braces us up, snow is exhilarating; there is really no such thing as bad weather, only different kinds of good weather." John Ruskin

"To the poet, to the philosopher, to the saint, all things are friendly and sacred, all events profitable, all days holy, all men divine." -Emerson

"I like to have quinoa for dinner, it's something I have, just about every chance I get." -David Lynch.

"If our gods and hopes are nothing but scientific phenomena, then it must be said that our love is scientific as well." -The Future Eve.

“Getting drunk was good. I decided that I would always like getting drunk. It took away the obvious and maybe if you could get away from the obvious often enough, you wouldn’t become obvious yourself'." -Bukowski

" Why should a lobster be any more ridiculous than a dog? ...or a cat, or a gazelle, or a lion, or any other animal that one chooses to take for a walk? I have a liking for lobsters. They are peaceful, serious creatures. They know the secrets of the sea, they don't bark, and they don't gnaw upon one's monadic privacy like dogs do. And Goethe had an aversion to dogs, and he wasn't mad." -Nerval

"To live alone one must be a beast or a god, says Aristotle. Leaving out the third case: one must be both — a philosopher." -Nietzsche, "The Gay Science"

"Wisdom is the enemy of the real." -Zizek.

"But suddenly I viddied that thinking was for the gloopy ones and that the oomny ones use, like, inspiration and what Bog sends .For now it was lovely music that came to my aid. There was a window open with the stereo on and I viddied right at once what to do"

"Why write what I can translate out of Latin or crib from the sainted dead? Here are a list of facts on which I and 9,000,000 other poets have spieled endlessly:

1. Spring is a pleasant season. The flowers, etc. etc. sprout, bloom etc. etc.
2. Young man's fancy. Lightly, heavily, gaily etc. etc.
3. Love, a delightsome tickling. Indefinable etc.
A) By day, etc. etc. etc. B) By night, etc. etc. etc.
4. Trees, hills etc. are by a provident nature arranged diversely, in diverse places.
5. Winds, clouds, rains, etc. flop thru and over 'em.
6. Men love women (More poetic in singular, but the verb retains the same form.) the above six groups I think you will find the bulk of the poetic matter of the ages. Wait--

7. Men fight battles, etc. etc.
8. Men go on voyages.

Beyond this, men think and feel certain things and see certain things not with the bodily vision. About this time I begin to get interested and the general too ruthlessly goes to sleep?"-Ezra Pound

"So that I was cheered when I came first to know that there were flowers also in hell" -William Carlos Williams
On a typical Friday night I am
Eating new things, mixing new drinks.

Playing board games.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I like robots, books and films more than people. Still trying to figure out a way to date them...

I will probably hoard ducks at some point in my life. I will personally consider this a crowning achievement of my life.

My absolute favorite thing is having spare time and another person's bookshelf. It gets rid of any excuses I have to not be reading.

I enjoy games where I get to make and decorate a home. I think this is because I'll probably never be a home-owner.

I hate laughing and fun.

My ever-growing list of musical shame: Lorde, Alizee, Genesis, Modest Mouse, Coldplay, The Smiths.

I consider Game of Thrones to be guilty pleasure, but most people wouldn't.

I totally think I'm the Hound, but in reality I'm Robb Stark.

I don't like Walt Whitman.

I like sea food. It's weird to me how people won't eat mussels.
I’m looking for
  • Girls who like guys
  • Ages 18–35
  • Near me
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating
You should message me if
Must like summer storms, both whiskey and gin, and have a taste for moving pictures. Liking robots and/or being a robot is a plus.

The thing I find most attractive in people is literacy (is the sense of being widely read, not in the sense of being pedantic about grammar).

You want to get ice cream or drinks and pretend that going on dates is something that 20-somethings do in the 21st century.
You want to go to Mars.

You give it at least a fifty-fifty that you pass the voigt-kampff.

You read. Actual books, not ones intended for children.

You know what keywords I can search for in online dating to find someone who I genuinely care about?

If you're cybernetic intelligence born of the internet.

You want to run off to Mars and become outlaws.

"Still cries at a good film. Still kisses with saliva. Like a cat."