Can somebody explain what this "match friend enemy" thing is all about? Does this mean that my 88% match is 7% likely to kill me . . . for friendship?
As of June, 2013, 2:29 am, something has just become clear: I'm becoming more of a clown as I get older. So this means I will probably reach maximum clowniosity in about 89 years (if my math is right), and that could be scary. Plus, being a clown doesn't go well with running for president of the United States. So mark that off my bucket list. So it goes.
[Had something about boxes, thinking, and the whole inside/outside issue, plus non-Euclidean geometry... blegghch]
^ What the hell am I talking about here?
And then . . .
As of May 2012, just out of graduate program.... I'm an economics and public policy junkie. Political economy. Be afraid! A year ago, still a politics and economics junkie. Plus medieval finance. Sheesh.
Still a writer, photographer in Brooklyn, but now a former animator. (Am I a lapsed animator? Yes.) Working on a public radio interview show at the moment.
Always seeking to be a creative free-spirit. I'm divorced and have two kids (10 yrs and 6 yrs) who live with their mother.
I try to take a wacky, progressive view on the world -- Daffy Duck meets Karl Marx meets Groucho. So I guess I aim to be Daffy Marx.
Love travel, always with camera equipment (sometimes a lot — record to date, 250 lbs — security people just laughed at me). I have a techie background that comes through in my visual work.
I'm politically progressive or left — and in the Euro sense, but I also have a libertarian streak. I take politics seriously, spend a lot of time thinking about it. I'm the kind of person who reads economics for pleasure, so.... (Also read poetry, history, fiction, graphic novels — which I'm happy to call comic books.)
I try to be creatively charged, spirited, open-minded.