I like walking, living, eating, breathing, seeing, and connecting. Expression and knowledge and being awesome are important to me, but so is empathy and friendship and squishy things like that.
So these things are probably kind of important if we're to get along: I'm pretty far left politically and identify as a strong feminist. Be aware that it's not the labels that I dig, but rather people with very clear, very thoughtful rationale for coming to their ideological conclusions. Informed people are fantastic, and informed skeptics are even better.
I am not at all a spiritual person. I don't really care if you are or not, but you should probably be aware that if there's a philosophy that I cling to, it's discordianism. Sometimes people find elements of this discontenting, but I mostly just think it's funny.
This should be present: I thrive during the night, and detest not being able to stay up late into the night working on things or enjoying myself otherwise. This is not to say I'm not flexible and won't wake up at dawn on occasion, but rather to potentially ward off people that think arising at six am is virtuous.
Ok also, I just moved to Boston. I don't really know how to make friends in a new city? So let's be friends maybe? Is that how that works? I like metal and craft beer and scotch is that enough for you to think I am cool?
Also i am a large fan of cats.