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32 / M / Straight / Single
San Francisco, California
- Last Online
- Yesterday – 10:20pm
- 5′ 11″ (1.80m).
- Body Type
- Strictly anything
- Judaism and laughing about it
- Taurus but it doesn’t matter
- Graduated from college/university
- Science / Tech / Engineering
- Doesn’t have kids, but wants them
- Likes dogs and likes cats
- English (Fluently), Hebrew (Poorly), Spanish (Poorly)
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I'm also work two days a week, consulting on internet product management and statistics/machine learning, since farming is expensive.
While I'm fairly sure that happiness comes from within (as opposed to from "doing what makes you happy"), there are a few other things I'm pretty sure I want to do more of:
-- offshore sailing
-- backpacking, hiking, and camping
-- traveling and exploring
Ask me again in five to ten years.
Otherwise, I read a lot of nonfiction. I love the SF public library. It's an amazing resource--like a free version of Amazon.com. They have audiobooks now too--I drive a lot more than I'd like (farm life), and it definitely helps.
For music, I usually use Pandora.com (especially when I was at work)--the genre/artist really depends on my mood, but the quality of the lyrics really matter (I love words in general--I prefer to watch movies with the subtitles/closed captions on).
I never met a culture whose soups I didn't like. Also I love sandwiches, macaroni and cheese, and Indian food. I cook mostly vegetarian at home. Things taste better when cooked in a dutch oven in the coals of a campfire. Tea. Coffee. Beer. Wine.
Plants: we couldn't live without them, and our relationships with them are vastly undervalued in our modern world where our food comes from a grocery store or a restaurant, and we see them as a green backdrop for our lives. Working with them (along with open spaces) is why I wanted to farm.
Water: Swimming, sailing, hot tubbing, hot springing, floating, kayaking, scuba diving--all awesome. Snowboarding and glacier-climbing too.
Open spaces: Hiking, backpacking, trail running, and exploring are great. The night sky, viewed from a sleeping bag dug into the snow.
Skepticism and relativism: I usually can see--and argue--both sides of any argument. Nuances are important.
Other people: When you get down to it, it's amazing our society works as well as it does. Millions of people working in concert. Thank you very much for playing your role in it.
Systems, epigenetics, evo-devo. Institutions and cultures. Aligning incentives and structures. How learning works.
Vineyard, orchard, and home design. Cover crops. Irrigation. Dryfarming. Frost. No-till agriculture. Permaculture and agroforestry. Gophers. Southdown Babydoll Sheep. Barn owls. Bats.
Wood-burning ovens, outdoor showers, greenhouses.
What it means to live a good life.
Having dinner with friends OR
Cleaning up the homemade kimchi which exploded over the 40,000 ladybugs which were stored in my refrigerator (that's farm life--they're no longer there; the ladybugs are feasting on pea and black bean aphids, and the kimchi is composting) OR
nervously watching the temperature (frost season sucks)
And the kimchi/ladybug/refrigerator thing.
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I'm looking for a partner.