Write a little about yourself. Just a paragraph will do.
EDIT(2/1/15): I moved to Berkeley today into an AMAZING house in
the Lorin district (read: near Ashby BART). Wanna help me explore
the neighborhood? So many new restaurants and bars to try!
EDIT(11/3/14): Hey, I just moved to San Francisco (from Germany!)
and am super excited to explore the area. I'm from California
originally, but I've been away a long time. I have a small dog and
would love to get out and explore the local parks and trails.
Living in the Mission, looking for partners in adventure. Also,
eating the delicious food that abounds here.
Der Sommer ist die schönste Tag des Jahres! My favorite things are
hanging out at a cafe on Limmerstrasse, or whiling away the warm
summer weekends at the "beach" of the Altes Contigelände, swimming
in the canal, enjoying a bottle of wine, going to shows at the
Feinkost Lampe, taking photos, planning travels and doing math and
physics. I'm only in Germany for a few more months before I move to
San Francisco. Let's hang out!
I’m really good at
Go on, brag a little (or a lot). We won’t judge.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
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I enjoy cooking with friends, or for friends, in a big group if
possible. I love it when cooking is a project, to make something
I've never made before. But if it's just me, I'll just eat
tortillas and miso. I like to read bad travelogues from the public
library, and I like to read physics. Most movies are a waste of
time, but good ones are precious. I love good radio, and listen to
This American Life whenever possible. My current favorite podcast
is 99% Invisible. I keep a bottle of Tabasco in the car for hot
Some favorite books: All the King's Men, The Control of Nature
(really, almost anything by John McPhee), The Sun Also Rises,
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, Murakami, the Botany of
Recent favorite films: Searching for Sugar Man, Beasts of the
Southern Wild, Gravity.
The six things I could never do without
Think outside the box. Sometimes the little things can say a lot.
Instead let's pretend the question is, "what are some adventures
you want to undertake in the next few years?"
* Hitchhike the Icelandic Ring Road
* Learn to ski
* Visit the Saline Valley hot spring in Death Valley CA
* Hike across the Alps
* Fly a small airplane across the United States
* Drive the Mojave Road in a jeep
* Take a one-week paragliding course in Slovenia
* Make weekend trips to cool European cities
* Island-hop in the Azores or Cape Verde
* Chill out in Spain
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Global warming, lunch, or your next vacation… it’s all fair game.
Laser interferometric gravitational-wave detection
You should message me if
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You want to go on an adventure! How about brunch, coffee, a bike
ride, an art opening, a hike in the hills?
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