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I’m looking for

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  • Ages 22–34
  • Located anywhere
  • For new friends, long-term dating, short-term dating

My details

Last online
Today – 2:24pm
5′ 5″ (1.65m)
Body Type
Strictly other
Not at all
Atheism, and very serious about it
Dropped out of university
Doesn’t have kids
Likes dogs
English (Poorly), C++ (Okay)
My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
Let's see, I prefer scientific studies over science memes, nonfiction over fiction, philosophy over popular opinion, and true connection over cheap laughs. (Although I like cheap laughs too.) I'm creeped-out by sky-grandpa cults and lefty moral relativism alike.

I'm looking for meaningful relationships with people who can ethics. (Yes, I verbed ethics.) Also someone to try my fake bread and eat weird probiotic vegetables with me.
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Once I was in IT, but they wanted me to do unconscionable things. Never teach a computer to hate.

I moved to Dallas from New York in 2009. I'm a professional photographer. I like to feed stray kittens in my apartment complex, but I don't do that professionally yet.

Here's the most interesting project I'm working on now:
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Eluding personality archetypes. Identifying confounding factors. Maintaining proper macronutrient ratios. Making computers do thangs. Posing girls.
The first things people usually notice about me
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
Large arms. No change in expression as the eyes move from inanimate objects to people. I'm constantly told that I'm an "interesting guy", which sounds more auspicious than it is.

If you are a physician: superlative erector spinae.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Help your potential matches find common interests.
The Fountainhead, East of Eden, The Moral Animal, Antifragile. Everything Victor Hugo, Dostoyevsky, Ayn Rand, Lysander Spooner, Stefan Molyneux, Thomas Sowell. A lot of Steinbeck, Sinclair Lewis. I used to love Kafka until I realized he was serious.

A word about some popular entries here: Gladwell is ok but his books are really just fluffed-up articles. Palahniuk and Bukowski largely appeal to psuedointellectual writer-wannabes who romanticize psychological trauma to normalize the abuse and neglect they suffered as children. People who list Anna Karenina are drawn to vague philosophical sophism--they're usually agnostic and relativist. And they like the idea of having read ~Tolstoy~ and announcing it in their profiles. Fifty Shades of Grey: you really aren't being as subtle as you think.

Some movies: Gattaca, Closer, Primer, A Shock to the System, The House of Yes

My Pandora likes are here. But it's not really interesting being into music. You know what's interesting? I know a guy who isn't into music. His name is Lawry. He runs a computer shop in Sayville, New York.

Recent foods: blueberries, jicama, green apples, bok choy/chicken broth soup, celery, avocado, fat-free greek yogurt or kefir mixed with strawberry whey protein powder, scrambled pastured eggs cooked with coconut oil, grass-fed beef, canned Alaskan salmon, rotisserie chicken, sushi, sauteed Brussels sprouts, spicy kimchi, jalapeno sauerkraut, Kerrygold butter, defatted/powdered peanut butter, kale chips (sriracha and lime flavor), ginger root tea, coffee.

I make my own grain-free bread from egg whites, almond flour, flax seed, hemp protein, cinnamon, and some other stuff. How do you like me now.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
How to reconcile my values with a culture of compulsion and violence. New religions like environmentalism. Old ones like statism. How much more spiritual it sounds to say you like to "travel" rather than "vacation". Whether or not I will ever meet another person who doesn't go into amygdala meltdown when introduced to a contrary idea. Cultural Marxism. Social justice. Original sin. The mass sociopathy of childhood trauma. The economics of online dating. The hidden effort/risk cost of going out to meet someone and its exacerbating effect on mate-value standards. Weird Victorian anachronisms like honor and discipline. Important masculine virtues like tattoos and beards. Why the girls with values believe in adult-Santa, and the girls with intellectual aspirations believe in patriarchy.

Sometimes I think about what it means when people emphasize in this section how numerous and multifaceted their thoughts are without describing any of them.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
I try to avoid hoards of people and traffic. But going to a coffee place--illogically, to sit and read--appeals to me for unknown reasons. I'm not very outdoorsy but I rollerblade when the weather is amenable. I'd consider dabbling in video games, but never in solitary.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I’m an empty essay… fill me out!
I might be short, but apparently my evolutionary strategy is to offset this with less obvious things like habitual introspection. And girth.

I'm a lot warmer than I come off here. I'm never sure how to convey this.

I love kids, but I'm unsure I will have any of my own.
You should message me if
Offer a few tips to help matches win you over.
You're packing some heat upstairs. You want to feed kittens in a parking lot. You want to wake up to the morning light curling through the blinds and some creepy asshole with a camera positioning the sun-washed tangles of your hair for optimal aesthetic effect.

You would like to get to know each other in person rather than online or via texts. You get that you can't meet anyone worthwhile without putting yourself out there, no matter how many messages you're receiving on OkCupid. Only a few of them will be from me.