Make that "was working". My employer fell prey to cutthroat competition and I'm now looking for a new position. Please let me know if you hear about anyone who needs a chemical engineer or materials scientist with experience in semiconductors, fuel cells, catalysts, synthetic diamond, or vacuum coating.
My objective is to find someone with whom to live the Subaru commercial lifestyle. (Excluding the hot springs hippies encounter. I wouldn't want to do that.) I like hiking and visiting museums, and have recently rehabbed my hamstring back into distance running condition. Not sure if it'll ever be capable of racing again: 2004 was the last time it tolerated speed work.
I have only one cat. It would be nice if the details sidebar would let you specify the number instead of it just saying "Geez, this guy has a LOT of cats!"
Jennifer Westhoven from Headline News says you should exchange credit scores before dating to avoid falling for a deadbeat. When I bought my car my FICO was 817 out of 850. My two Credit Karma scores are currently TransRisk = 798/850 and VantageScore = 905/990.
My Myers-Briggs personality type is ISTJ. One of the tests here concluded that I am defervescent, astute, and thaumaturgic.
If you've read the OKCupid blog post on the questions that are particularly useful, I summarize my answers here: I don’t like the taste of beer. (I consider it fermented piss-colored water, but I’ll drink if everyone else is because I want to be popular.) I don’t think nuclear war could be exciting. (I used to live in Panama City, FL, so I’ve had quite enough of ruins, palpable despair, CHUDs, and death-like stench.) I like horror movies, but could live without them. I prefer the people in my life to be complex. I’ve never traveled around another country alone, I don’t want to chuck it all and live on a sailboat, and spelling and grammar mistakes annoy me (my own mistakes annoy me the most).