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  • Ages 22–36
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My details

Last online
Oct 18, 2014
Middle Eastern
6′ 0″ (1.83m)
Body Type
Atheism, and laughing about it
Cancer, and it’s fun to think about
Dropped out of law school
Seeing Someone
Doesn’t want kids
Likes dogs and has cats
English (Fluently), Other (Fluently)
My self-summary
Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
I'm a person, much like any other. I'm intelligent and rational with an uncanny ability to punctuate and spell properly. That last part is a rarity on the internet. You would think after a decade of practice, more than 5% (or so) of us would get it right.

I like people who can take care of themselves and their needs. Those who are able to wake up in the morning and take care of all the things that keep them going until they go back to bed. It's odd having to say something like that on a site that is meant for adults, but I think that quality is rare in the average internetter (I just made that word up). In short, I'm able to take care of myself and I'm not interested in raising children of either the under 18 or over 18 variety (or even the over 40 variety in many cases).

I enjoy playing poker because of the exercise of reading people's intentions in an imperfect situation with imperfect data. I don't mean to turn it into a philosophy or anything, so I'll keep it short. If you're not able to read a person on the table with any kind of accuracy, you're not going to be able to figure them out in any other setting either.

I am fascinated by the world of finance and the stock market, but am way too much of a rookie to do anything meaningful in those fields yet.

Politically I identify as a Libertarian and I value personal philosophies that exalt a person's own competence.

Ok, I've decided to add a little bit more...

I thought I had a section in here describing my Myers-Brigg personality type, but apparently I don't, unless I'm an idiot who didn't read his whole profile. Maybe when even I'm not interested in reading my own profile again, it's boring and others don't bother either. Whatever.

Anyway, I'm an INTJ which describes just about everything in my personality perfectly. I don't put much stock into these sorts of things normally, but the Myers-Brigg is at least a really good general estimate and more accurate than any other I've found. Being INTJ makes me seem pretty crazy most of the time I think. I'm a little less crazy than I have credit for, mostly the fact that my neuroses are more like choices and preferences rather than some kind of illness that I feel like I'm "suffering" from. My personality makes me a crappy employee and more than a little unlikeable as a person unless I have some kind of admiration for the person I'm interacting with in whatever way.

No need to read into all of that more than is necessary, but if you're curious, look up what an INTJ is like and you'll probably get it.

I am logical, rational, and sardonic
What I’m doing with my life
Don’t overthink this one; tell us what you’re doing day-to-day.
Working toward early retirement.
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
I'll make a list:

1. Writing 2. Cooking 3. Computer repair 4. Learning (by that I mean I pick things up pretty quickly)

I'm sure there are more, but those are the most common ones you'll find me doing at any given time. I didn't even bother mentioning poker playing as one of my things I'm good at. When you say you're a good (or great) poker player, it makes baby Jesus cry. Please remember that.
The first things people usually notice about me
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I'm a quiet person, I usually keep to myself. That probably puts some people off... Please message me with your notes about me after you're done reading, even if you just want to call me a prick or something. Your feedback is appreciated.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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(a) Anything by Rand, Richard Bach, Benjamin Hoff, Chuang Tse, Lao Tse, Sun Tse, or any other books I find enlightening. I like to read to learn something, I only sometimes read for entertainment.

(b) I watch a lot of movies. I like a wide range of movies. Really, anything that is well done is fine with me, no specific genre. I'm a fan of Quentin Tarentino because he can take the cheesiest plot in the world (Kill Bill) and masterfully create a great movie out of it. The movie itself is what is important, the plot, costumes, props, and effects are all just elements and tools to create the entertainment. I can't stand movies where the directors use those tools as a crutch like they do in just about any comic book or video game movie, or "special effects extravaganza" type movies.

Here is a (not all inclusive) list of movies I thought were well done and entertaining: Kill Bill, Fearless, The Number 23, The Incredibles, Rounders, Dogville, Pirates of the Caribbean, Dawn of the Dead (new version), Lord of the Rings Trilogy, Star Wars Trilogy (the original, not so much the prequels), and Excalibur

(c) I mostly listen to classic rock. Stuff like Beatles, Queen, Don McLean, Bob (Dylan and Marley), The Doors, etc. I used to listen to The Beatles all day long at work on an all Beatles internet radio station. About as "current" as I get with music are bands like Counting Crows, and System of a Down (and them only because I understand what they're singing about so it makes the music much better for me). I like folk music too (or filk), the stuff you hang around a campfire with a guitar and sing.

(d) Japanese, Italian, Med, and Middle Eastern are my favorite cuisines. I generally cook these types of things in my kitchen.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
You find that there are a lot of things you *can* do without if you are forced to try. Some things I prefer not to do without are:

Liberty, Privacy, Thought, Internet Access, Goals, and A Good Companion
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
I think about a lot of things. Lately, I've been thinking a great deal about how certain drugs alter decision making patterns for people and how that works exactly. I'm not talking about illegal LSD type drugs either, just the legal prescription stuff that a doctor (or psychiatrist) might prescribe to anyone. It's strange to me that an opinion or decision that seems completely rational and not in question one minute (or day) can change to the polar opposite in the next minute or day and be just as rational.

The human mind is a very puzzling thing. Where do you draw a line between what is the fault of a person and what is brought on by a chemical? I don't mean that in a legal sense, I mean it in a personal sense regarding personal feeling (forgiveness to put it plainly). Isn't all thought, reason, or decision brought on by a chemical of some sort? Are we responsible for a chemical imbalance that causes a certain decision? Are we responsible for that decision even if we were unaware of the consequences of said chemical? What if no one were aware of the consequences?

It's hard to effectively communicate or lay out our individual perspective of how the particular thought process works regarding the inner workings of the brain, so I'll stop trying. That should give you a basic understanding of some of the things that go on in my head though.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
...not noticing a difference from Thursday night or any other night. On my free time I'm usually on my computer. Sometimes I clean up around the house or prepare a meal or prepare to prepare a meal. Some nights I go wandering around casinos just to see the extravagance of them. I like quiet and simple, I like to enjoy a movie with good company. I like to talk and play board games, or just have a conversation where I can learn about the person who I'm interested enough in to have conversation with in the first place.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I don't have many secrets.
You should message me if
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If you've read this far down and you're still uncertain whether or not you should message me, then I don't know what else to tell you. As long as you're not a complete idiot or messaging me just to mock me, then you should message. If you are a complete idiot or want to mock something, please hold your alt key and press f4 before doing so, it will make it easier for both of us.

Incidentally, if you can't handle a bit of the sardonic, this is probably not the profile for you.

When first I appear, I seem mysterious, but when explained, I'm nothing serious. - Not mine