valhar2000
35 Madrid, Spain
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My self-summary
I'm watching all the videos uploaded to the Badgeofshame Youtube channel. Let that sink in.
What I’m doing with my life
I do things that I enjoy doing. Or I try to, anyway.
I’m really good at
Writing personal profiles that grip from the very first sentence and never let up until the last full stop. Evidently.
The first things people usually notice about me
A shifty-eyed, knavish, malcontent, up-to-no-good general demeanor. I really don't know.

Mi aspecto de maleante. O, dicho de otra manera, no sé.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: just about anything by Terry Prattchett or P.G. Wodehouse. Mostly, I read non-fiction about science: Isaac Asimov, Ian Stewart, V.S. Ramachandran, that kind of thing.

Movies: Rambo 4. Yes, that's right! It may not have had a plot to speak of, but the final battle was the pinnacle of visual art! I do like movies that I find visually appealing, so I like action and martial arts movies. I also like some of the classics, e.g. discovering Hitchcock was like revelation to me.

Shows: Well, some of the usual stuff, I guess: Burn Notice, CSI, Dexter, The Mentalist, How I met your mother, Big Bang Theory, Mythbusters, and such. I also enjoy older shows like Friends, Frasier, The Equalizer, Farscape, etc. And I'm a bit of a treky too, but only a bit.

Music: Metal! And some other stuff, here and there, but, yeah, if it has electric guitar solos I'm all over it. Bands I listen to include Iron Maiden, Manowar, Opeth, Children of Bodom, Brutal Truth, Cradle of Filth, Sonata Arctica, and more.

Video games: they really should know better than to leave this category out. Mass Effect, Dragon Age, Minecraft, The Elder Scrolls, Borderlands, Civilization, Master of Orion 2, OpenTTD... the list goes on, and it is glorious.
The six things I could never do without
My doggy-woggy, of course.
My computer: I had to go without one for a month once, and I really felt it.
Which leads to The Internet; I know I used to live without it, but for the life of me I can't remember how.
Something to read.
On a typical Friday night I am
Walking the dog, most likely.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Well, there was the time when I got stuck in an elevator with a Rabbi, an Imam and a stripper, and I was holding a rubber chicken in one hand and a copy of "Physical Metallurgy and Advanced Materials, Seventh Edition" in the other... but more on that later.
You should message me if
It strikes your fancy.
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