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22 New York, NY Man


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  • Ages 20–30
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My details

Last online
May 13
5′ 6″ (1.68m)
Body type
Mostly anything
Atheism, but not too serious about it
Leo, but it doesn’t matter
Working on university
Doesn’t have kids
English, Spanish (Poorly)
My self-summary
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Me as a word-association game for your convenience. Or wouldn't these work great as hashtags? Hashtags are what the kids are into these days, right?
Science. Trees. Landscapes. Surrealism. Dreams. Psychology. Easy going. Comedy improv. Neural circuits. Futurism (Italian or Neo). Breakdown. Build-up. Robots. Determinism. The Tao. Origami. Dimensions (of space or people). Nerdy. Excited. Bass guitar solo. Ta-dah!

I'll be starting my PhD studies in biology in the summer! Looks like I'll be sticking around NYC for the next few years.

In keeping with the biology thing, I like to learn stuff. Any stuff and all stuff really; I want all of it in my mind. I try to be open towards all kinds of experiences and people. We have something to learn from everybody (but I still don't have time for assholes).

I'm an egalitarian feminist who tries to be genuine and understanding in all I do, but I play a wicked game of Cards Against Humanity.

I love to make things, whether it's drawings, music, crafts, or ideas. Quiet green spaces are my favorite places.
What I’m doing with my life
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Just trying to figure things out. That goes for the world, myself, and everyone else. With luck I will be a professional figure-outer doing research at a university somewhere cool.

I find pretty much everything interesting, because everything plays into everything else. So there's some definite tension in having to choose a scientific discipline. I think I ended up in computational biology because it combines at a good portion of things I think are cool, like living things, chemistry and elementary forces, computers, and helping out the human race.

I'm also dead-set on writing and illustrating a surrealistic children's picture book one day. I'm picturing things that vary along the plant/animal/robot axis doing weird stuff wordlessly. I'm aiming for a market of readers as broad as "extended family members".
I’m really good at
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Beating up my friends in super smash bros, folding complicated origami thingies, unintentionally including genitalia in things I draw, and listening.

Eventually I will add "playing bass" on this list, but today is not that day.

Here's some stuff I drew. This batch is mostly genitals-free.
The first things people usually notice about me
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Probably the vampiric contrast between my skin and hair. Tan doesn't happen for me. I've been told I have "perfect eyebrows". Do people really pay attention to eyebrows? I know a lot of girls go hard with theirs, but really, they're pretty silly.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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I used to be into the classic science fiction and fantasy collection, like A Song of Ice and Fire, Lord of the Rings, Dune, etc. More recently I've spent more time on non-fiction things, though I'm currently reading The Picture of Dorian Gray. That Oscar Wilde sure is something, huh?

Favorite recent movie: Under the Skin. I love surreal/creepy shit. There's also Buffalo 66, Waking Life, Cabin in the Woods, Bladerunner, Cloud Atlas, The Big Lebowski, The Matrix, Star Wars, and all the Miyazaki movies.

I don't watch TV, except for Game of Thrones and Adventure Time.

I have a bad habit of forgetting to put on music unless it's already on. When I do remember to, here are some favorites: Red Hot Chili Peppers, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, Grizzly Bear, King Crimson, Crosby, Stills, and Nash, Elysian Fields, The Books, Rammstein, Charles Mingus, Ween.

Burgers are great, Indian or Thai food is better, and potato chips are best of all.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
• Corrective lenses. I appreciate impressionism but I like being able to discern sharp edges too, you know?
• Trees to draw or climb.
• People to figure out the universe with.
• I'm sure I'll remember the last one right after I forget it at home.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Recently I've been thinking about the future. What comes after self-driving cars -- when we have self-building houses and self-managing businesses and all that. I really hope we get to a point where people can spend less of their time working and more of their time living. I'm really interested in how we'll get there, and what we'll do once we we're there. I hope we'll be able to take what we've learned about psychology and make a society (or a bunch of small societies, maybe) that actually conforms to how our our brains expect it to.
On a typical Friday night I am
Netflix and takeout, or getting your party on — how do you let loose?
Downing a few beers and making some music, letting the tunes, thoughts, and hopefully feet do a bit of wandering.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
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I once used the packaging from a gigantic dildo as a mold to make an alcoholic Dr. Manhattan penis. It wasn't my dildo, but I gladly ate of the results.
You should message me if
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If you're good at walking and talking, we'll get along. The goal for me is always a nice combination of artsy-stuff, nature, and food.