You want to put on a Bowie album and freak out in a moonage
A simple hello could lead to a million things.
[It's 2013. Have you learned how to crop and rotate your photos
You aren't part of the Portland flake epidemic.
**You want to help me fix my bike's drivetrain!
You want to build a boat.
You want to be friends.
You are an autodidact too.
You would never utter the word "sheeple" unless as a joke.
You want me to laugh at your jokes.
You want to do a session of Skype show-and-tell.
You want to build a secret stick fort in Forest Park.
You'll delete my browser history for me if I
You want to go to OMSI
You want to head out to the desert.
You want to build a rocket / art car / mutant bicycle.
You want to make Mexican food with me.
You want to get pie and coffee somewhere thats a cross between a
and David Lynch
You want to take me to a motherfucking drag show.
You want to fill in the blank: __________.
You want to.
If you're anything like me, you're probably staring at this site
and wondering "What in the flying fuck am I doing here?" The truth
is, I haven't figured it out myself. We live in a fast evolving
digital society where our friends live on lists and images stored
in computers that live in a giant warehouse somewhere very, very
far away. We chase glowing screens wherever we go without even
being aware that we're doing it; The Internet is as ubiquitous as
the payphone is extinct. I did almost all of my teenage
socialization online (for better or worse) and it strangely makes
sense that we would end up shopping for lovers and friends in this
brave new world, all the while knowing that William Gibson was