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My self-summary
I'm a transplant that moved to Seattle in 1999, figured it was a good enough place to stay, and fell in love with it over the past 17 years I've been here.

I consider myself a non-practicing geek, because although I like science fiction & fantasy, and tabletop roleplaying, these things have become less of a main course and more of a tasty side dish in my life. (Although, I still have enough knowledge that I can hold my own.)

I'm a fairly open person when talking, and I don't mind answering most questions people ask.

I'm looking for activity partners and cool people to hang out with as well as potential dating partners. If you are considering me as a dating partner, please be aware that I am firmly on the kinkier side of the spectrum, and I am polyamorous by nature, and I have a relationship currently in a holding pattern (dates once a month).
What I’m doing with my life
Right now, I'm looking at shifting gears in life and migrating into a new field of work. What that work would look like, I don't know.

I'm also being artsy in my spare time. I'll be shopping for a beret soon so I can look good and proper.
I’m really good at
Kissing, acting as a dead person, coding in Python, puns, self-deprecating humor, and being oblivious.
The first things people usually notice about me
My smile.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: In recent years, I've trended towards non-fiction, but I'm slowly starting to round it out with a bit of fiction here and there. A partial list of authors: Ray Bradbury, Issac Asimov, Neal Stephenson, Ben Bova, Neil Gaiman, Simon Singh, and Jeff Noon.

If you have a good book recommendation (any genre) go ahead and send it to me in a message.

Movies: I used to be a huge movie fan, my movie watching fell off in recent years. I've been slowly getting back into watching movies. Favorite movies: 9 Songs (sad love story), Monsters (another sad love story; no really), Ronin, Sneakers, Liquid Television (old 90's TV series about animation, but shut up I like it LEAVE ME ALONE), Waltz With Bashir, Splendor, Babylon 5 (another TV series I'm sneaking in), and others I can't remember.

Music: I am a musical sponge. I absorb whatever music that I come across, which has given me an eclectic taste. Whatever I'm listening to at any given point in time depends on my mood. Sometimes, I really want older, traditional blues. Sometimes, I need a bit of folk. And other times, I just need a bit of electronic music to hit my ears. Right now, I'm on a Zoe Keating/Jon Hopkins/Maxence Cyrin kick. Tomorrow, it'll probably be grunge straight from the 90's. The day after that, blues (Robert Johnson, Mississippi John Hurt... older blues), or possibly Boards of Canada or Orbital. It changes.

Foods: My favorite food is a bacon cheeseburger. My hardcore comfort food, when Hell has been unleashed in my life and the Devil is whipping my back, is beef yakisoba. I also enjoy pizza.

Sushi is also a favorite food of mine, but I have to be in the mood for it.

The six things I could never do without
1) Music. Even when I don't have headphones on, I seem to have a back catalog of songs in my head that will start playing randomly. I like how it can move people.

2) Art. I rarely play around with art, but on the few occasions that I do it seems to refresh me. I'm partial to interactive art, where the main idea is to just give a wondrous moment to the viewer.

3) My private journal: I like having a place where I can jot down my memories and thoughts, so I can reflect on them later.

4) Coffee. Oh god, coffee. My bitter, best friend.

5) Sanity. Sanity is very much underrated in the world.

6) Air. I have yet to master the art of anaerobic living.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
What to do next career wise and what project I should tackle next.
On a typical Friday night I am
Looking for groups of people to hang out and engage with, but not loud raucous parties or clubs. If not that, then staying in and working on a side project.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I titter and giggle like a tiny schoolgirl when I'm tickled.
You should message me if
You'd like to have a chat, with zero expectations in the process. Sometimes, just saying hello is pretty awesome.

If you're just looking for someone to take along on an adventure somewhere.

Please don't be offended if you don't hear from me for a bit. I'm currently working on side projects that I get caught up in.