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30 • San Francisco, CA • Woman
I’m looking for
- Ages 27–37
- Near me
- Who are single
- For long-term dating, short-term dating
- Last Online
- Dec 19
- 5′ 5″ (1.65m)
- Body Type
- Atheism, and somewhat serious about it
- Graduated from university
- Science / Engineering
- Relationship Status
- Relationship Type
- Might want kids
- Likes dogs and likes cats
- English (Fluently), Spanish (Okay)
* singing bowls
* end mills
* books that smell like books
* cheap microcontrollers
* good documentation
* old drafting tools
* the texture of a well-made dough when it's just ready to go into the oven
* seam rippers
* printing presses
Aah, the rest of it... I eat a lot of vegetables, for a non-vegetarian. I like food and coffee and wine and bourbon. I fall asleep with books next to my head, and live under a rock in matters of television. I have probably seen some movies, but please don't expect me to name them. Theater and burlesque are much more appealing. I'm a fan of Radiolab and Welcome to Night Vale and Bitch magazine and the Economist. The best book I read this year was 'The New Jim Crow' by Michelle Alexander. '1491' by Charles Mann was pretty amazing too.
Since last profile-poking I've started learning guitar, and jogging a bit. Playing a whole lot of Sarah Jarosz and Danny Schmidt around the house.
Basically, this is important: I really prefer the sense of making, creating and attending to things over the sense of consuming them already-made. I want to make up culture as we go along.
I'm a restless brain who has relatively lately learned about how wonderful it is to cross intellectual projects with wordless joys. Climbing things, going for hikes, fixing bikes, making pie crusts. The glow in tired legs and sweaty foreheads. Uh, so that means: not thinking at all.
This thing also does not capture my presently warming attitude towards having children.
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