rulyn
34 Buenos Aires, Argentina
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My self-summary
Where to start, this is close to impossible...

I'm really not sure what to share. I admire Physicists, Historians and Biologists. I strongly dislike big rats and conservatives. I fear that, some day, the idiots are going to take over and it's going to be the end for all of us (instead of the greedy and/or corrupt, who are usually in charge, because THOSE are not fucking up).

Note: I should add that the pictures on this profile are OLD. I'm not looking to bang anybody, so there's little reason to change them :P
What I’m doing with my life
I used to work at IBM. It's was a good job; not very stimulating but the working atmosphere was great. I don't want to share where I'm currently employed (it's a software company, lots of stress and lots of work, I don't share any details because it's really not worth it) In my personal life, well, I'm searching for the next step (Whatever that is, maybe changing the course of my education). Oh, and I'm fixing my home, little by little.

I enjoy writing, but I don't share that information with most people.

Update: I think I want to study something related to improving my body language, maybe acting, or dancing. I also want to start putting my computer to good use.

Update of the update: finally I decided on singing. I suck at it, but it feels great to learn something new to do with my body.
I’m really good at
People tell me I have very good taste in movies, and a good ear for music.

I think I'm a good listener, you can go on for hours and hours, and if you need me to, I can stay quiet for the longest time (people just want to be heard).

I'm really good at spotting phonies.
The first things people usually notice about me
I have a slight lisp. Please don't tease me over it, it hurts.

I'm shy in public, sometimes.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: I love Neil Gaiman, but it's very hard to find his books in Argentina. I'm looking for good books about Charles Darwin, if you know any please let me know. I wish I could enjoy more writers, but after Bukowski and Vonnegut, everything seems so small. I'm thinking about starting "Song of Ice and Fire", but they're so goddamn long they will take my attetion from anything else, I'm not sure if I should read them.

Movies: Too many to mention. Though "Chimes at midnight" and "Before Sunset" are good examples. From Orson Welles to Sam Raimi, and everything in between. From "Ikiru" to "Reservoir dogs". "Donnie Darko", "Eternal Sunshine of the Spottles Mind", "Ed Wood" (my favorite movie, btw), "The Prestige", "Inland Empire", the list goes on and on...
I love movies, almost more than any other art form.

TV shows: Mad Men, mad men, mad men. Then Game of Thrones, LOST, Breaking Bad, Community, Arrested Development (4th season yaaaay!!!), Archer, Sherlock, Black Mirror, Kids in the Hall, 1960s Batman, Batman The Animated Series, IT Crowd, Extras, it's a very long list. I should add DOCTOR WHO, but to me that's more than a TV show, it's closer to a religion.

Music: The Killers, Sigur Ros, NIN (not always), some reggae (for when I'm high), dance (Daft Punk and Justice, over Skrillex and the like), techno, The Knife, The White Stripes, Guns N Roses, The Black Keys, Pendulum, Sleep Party People, so many.
Important: Do you know what "cumbia" is? NO CUMBIA FOR ME PLEASE. Also, there's an expression in my country: without costumers, there's no Arjona.

Video Games are missing (I don't know who thinks books movies and music are more important), so here it is: Final Fantasy VII, both Portals, Lef4Dead 2, Dark Souls, Skyrim, Witcher 2, Minecraft, Fifa (sometimes), Sonic (the classic ones), Resident Evil 2/4/5, Limbo, AoE II, WoW (I don't play it anymore), Deus EX HR, Tomb Raider, Sim City 2000/3000/4. The list is actually much longer.
Consoles: I loved the PS2, have fond memories of PS1 and Genesis, never cared for Xbox and never had the money for the PS3. I've never been much fan of handheld gaming. But mostly I've been a PC gamer.
The six things I could never do without
In no particular order:

1: friendship
2: movies
3: sex (then why did I use to put this at first?)
4: good books to read, good music to listen, video games
5: there is no five
6: the feeling that there are good people out there, doing their best not to fuck up the world even more.
7: I reserve the right to keep a seventh item: my steam account.
8: yeah, that's right, EIGHT, fuck your rules okc! I could never do without the Good Doctor in my life (and If you don't know what I'm talking about, that's almost an instant elimination).
I spend a lot of time thinking about
I think about everything, all the time. That's mostly what I do, thinking hard, it's like my superpower, or something. My therapist says I shouldn't think so much, but what does she know? (except for everything about me, that is).

I think a lot about my immediate future, about my relationships, about sex, about what it would be like to own a TARDIS.
On a typical Friday night I am
Inside my head: Trying not to freak out.

Outside: being a good friend, boyfriend, relative, a mask of a human being, a party monster with a good attitude. On friday, I wish I could be more feral.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I wish I had the balls to tatoo "Allons-y!" on the side of my penis.
You should message me if
You don't mind I have a GF (that means "if you don't mind this is not going anywhere other than the Internet").
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