xkcd_bayes_nerd
29 Tucson, AZ
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My self-summary
I consider myself to be an information sponge and a overall a kind of nerdy guy. I treasure the power to think and imagine, and I'm looking for another who values it like I do.
What I’m doing with my life
Working (maybe a little too much for my own good), a small assortment of hobbies, and musing about options for grad school.
I’m really good at
Remembering scientific factoids and oddities, discussing/debating almost anything, and identifying references to really good classics.
The first things people usually notice about me
I call things like I see them.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Fiction Authors (Series): Terry Pratchett, Tolkien, and Frank Herbert
Non-fiction authors: Feynman, Stephen Hawking, Arthur C. Clarke
Hit-or-miss Authors: Goodkind, the other Herberts, and a bunch that faded into mediocrity in my memory.

Current Reading: The star wars novels. Yes, all of them. Eventually.

Currently running shows I've liked so much they're on my calendar: most everything RoosterTeeth puts out, Cosmos, and QI. Started following Last Week Tonight when the Daily Show announced the end.

Shows I really need to get around to finishing one of these days: Sherlock, Arrow, Buffy, How I met your mother, possibly Big Bang Theory, and probably Game of Thrones.

Current favorite game: Shadow Of Mordor is my go-to right now. Oddly satisfying.

Games I've played and liked: The portal games top the list, but the runners up (no particular order) are: Don't Starve, Magicka, Prototype, God of War series, Halo series, The Elder Scrolls series, the Fallout Series, Diablo 3, and a good number more I've forgotten.

Music: I'm very polarized in my music tastes, if I want something soothing it's smooth jazz, otherwise: rock.
The six things I could never do without
- Friends
- Intellectual conversation
- Books both for reference and pleasure
- The internet
- Occasional, lazy, do-nothing afternoons.
- Ironically: The urge to challenge arbitrary prescriptions, for instance, having 6 items in a list.
On a typical Friday night I am
Much too likely to be staying overlong at work, or lounging around at home amusing myself with video games.
You should message me if
You're intrigued.
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