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29 • De Land, FL • Man
I’m looking for
- Ages 18–30
- Located anywhere
- Who are single
- For new friends
- Last online
- Jan 25, 2013
- Body type
- Christianity, and very serious about it
- Virgo, and it’s fun to think about
- Has cats
- English, Japanese (Poorly)
τουτο γαρ ποιων ανθρακας πυρος σωρεύσεις εμι την κεφαλην αι/προιστάμενος
my presence bears the remarkable quality of shushing inane blabbers
My colleagues at previous work claim I was the master coffee brewer of the office, and enjoyed my really strong brews, sometimes exhibiting my experimental blending.
CAN FIT INSIDE MINI FRIDGES
＊"Russian roulette" mind-as-native-random-thought-generator
＊glad pedantry--代 "Hanging with you is like watching paint dry. When someone asks you a question, your response is, roughly, the sound you hear when listening to a seashell."; 十一"Karl Marx" on Abraham Lincoln: he... gives his most important actions the most commonplace form. ... Even when he is gripped by an idea, he talks [in dry phrases].
ы my intense stares/gazes
ы the fact that I'm usually absent-minded or off (mentally) in another world
ы "Alan Greenspan": I had always viewed myself as an observer of events, never as a partaker of them.
ы my mysterious persona
ы γίνεσθε φρόνιμοι παρ [εμε]
ы my almost total ignorance of my environment other than what has currently captured my attention
Ask around: αν
ю People claim a breadth of vocabulary, which is verily Virgoan precision
ю It has recently been noted by a fairly new female acquaintance of mine that my "vast knowledge" was found to be perceived as rather profound. Contrarily, another respectable male UF freshman debate champion has found my dense and vague verbosity to be an absolutely deliberate means at attempting to remain at a safe [psychological] distance by enjoying being perceived as and acting uniquely and different/weird. One female on here I befriended claims to find the above as personally refreshing and almost commendable.
"Abigail Adams": I acknowledge that you very seldom deal in flattery.
Multiple choice: what will you find?
FICTION FOR GRASPINGLY TRACING MY CONSCIOUSNESS: Knut Hamsun(d)'s Mysteries; Stephen King's Lisey's Story; Soseki, Natsume's Kokoro; Herman Melville's Pierre, Or the Ambiguities; Sam Savage's Glass
MUSIC: Romantic age classical (Antonin Dvorak, Camille Saint-Saens), Tchaikovsky, Beethoven, Rachmaninov, Shostakovich, Sibelius, Liszt, Chopin, Charles Villiers-Stanford; J-pop (パヒュ-ム-Perfume, 浜崎あゆみ-Ayumi Hamasaki, AYAKA-飯田絢香,Matsuura Aya 松浦唖弥, Ai Otsuka-大塚愛, Goto Maki, Oreska Band-おれすかバンド, Utada "Hikki-chan" Hikaru-宇多田ヒカル); Celtic Woman, Hayley Westenra, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Eliot Morris, Shane and Shane, Avalon (Christian), Taiko drums, Twelve Girls Band, Irish/Celtic fiddle, balalaikas; soundtracks- John Williams (Munich, Schindler's List, Star Wars, Tree Song, Close Encounters of the Third Kind) , Return of the King, Bernard Hermann, Elmer Bernstein (both for Hitchcock films), Life is Beautiful, Final Fantasy, Peter Jackson's King Kong the game, Super Smash Bros Brawl full soundtrack, My Fair Lady, Singin' in the Rain, RENT, Moulin Rouge; Billy and Cindy Foote, AaronGeoffrey, FIF, Blindside, Brave Saint Saturn, selected Yellowcard, selected Metallica, SOBC Servants Union (normal Japanese comrades), Natalie Merchant, Norah Jones, Interpol (lyrics), Dan Mangan, Kaori Kobayashi, jazz, ambient; selected post-rock: If These Trees Could Talk, Explosions in the Sky; piano concerti, Joseph Joachim, D minor key, Bruckner, Giuseppe Martucci, Carl Phillip Emanuel Bach, and Charles Valentine Alkan might soon join the long list. Warsaw Village Band, Great Lake Swimmers, Laura Marling, Davendra Banhart, British Sea Power, The Pogues, Andrea Motis, Laura Shigimeru, Ikeda Ryoji, Philip Miller (Black Butterflies), Boulder Acoustic Society
SYMPHONIES: *ENTIRE DVORAK CYCLE, esp. Dvorak in C minor and F major, Rachmaninov in D minor, Saint-Saens in C minor, Beethoven in F and D minor, Mozart 'Prague' and #41, Schubert B minor 'Unfinished' and D major 'Great,' Glazunov in C minor and Bb major, Shostakovich Nr. 12 in D minor, Op. 112
PIANO CONCERTI: Rachmaninov D minor, Dvorak in G, Saint-Saens in F major and C minor, Beethoven 'Emperor,' Schumann in A minor, Blumenfeld 'Fantasie Russe' in B minor, Tchaikovsky 'Concert Fantasia,' G major and Eb major, Shostakovich in C minor, Martucci cycle, Joseph Joachim, Felix Draeseke in Eb major
PIANO SONATAS: Beethoven 'Appassionata' in F minor and Op.2 No.3 in C major, C minor 'Hammerklavier'; Brahms F# minor, Schumann F# minor
VIOLIN CONCERTI: Tchaikovsky in D major, Dvorak in A minor, Sibelius in D major, Saint-Sains in B minor, Bruch Scottish fantasy, Sarasate Zigeunerweisen, Concert Fantasy on Gounod's Faust, Webber Phantasia
Classic macaroni and cheese (made right), beef stroganoff, mom's lasagna, cheese, frozen Steak-um steak sandwiches w/ketchup, Japanese curry, Japanese cabbage wraps (aka 豚肉とキャベツ), oregano, authentic Kobe beef w/grilled garlic chips (a native Japanese thing), Kyouto octopus (tako), Japanese cooked Chinese squid, eel (unagi/unagi-don) authentic Japanese and Chinese green, flower and oolong tea, beef brisket or beef brisket subs, plain ketchup sandwiches. I often treat my coffee-drinking time as a meal.
if you want/have reading/book or classical music suggestions
you think you could find analytical communication tolerable
to keep in mind
"Nagarjuna": The wise man's mind does not strive but simply reflects, free of desire.
"Jürgen Habermas": In discourse, the unforced force of the better argument prevails.
"Harper Lee": [A writer] writes not to communicate with other people, but to communicate more assuredly with himself. It's a self-exploratory operation that is endless.
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