26Silver Spring, United States
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My self-summary
I just moved to MD a few weeks ago for work. I'm still getting acquainted with the area and trying to meet new people.

I never considered myself outdoorsy until maybe very recently. I joined a rock climbing gym and met a lot of people who do the whole 'nature' thing. Turns out kayaking, hiking, climbing... kinda cool.

I'm a huge culture buff and was very interested in linguistics through college; I try to keep up with the rotating exhibits at the local museums and galleries. I've been reading the classics for a few months, and I really like to paint (but I'm not too good). I'm also a hell-of-a good cook. I got into it from Alton Brown's Good Eats; I really like the science behind cooking. aaannd, I like dry jokes, puns, and "oh... I get it moments".

I cringe at the word, "Casserole"
I keep meaning to start my master's degree (it's coming)
I don't really find ditsiness and the easily bedazzled cute.
I get serious about story: tv, books, games, or people.
I like the aesthetic of buildings
I like the sound of tires on wet pavement.
What I’m doing with my life
I'm a mathematician and biomedical researcher. I was in IT and spent a good 3 years as a psychological researcher. I'm trying to bridge those gaps with some coding skills.

Not too long ago I volunteered at an elementary school; I taught gifted first graders and loved it. I often think about going back to working with kids in some capacity.

I just started working with a publisher to get a kids story into a book.
I’m really good at
I've got some good chef skills. my technical writing skills (scientific) are on point.

I can see bigger pictures pretty easily. I think this helps me be a patient person.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: I like all sorts. I really got into Malcom Gladwell's works. I like anything by Oscar Wilde. Name of the Wind and Song of Ice and Fire are good fiction pieces. The Godfather and Dune were outstanding. I started reading Paul Ekman's psych stuff work work, but I actually enjoyed most of his books. I'm reading Herodotus' Inquiry and Lovecraft's short stories right now.

My movie and show list are too many to count. If it's thought provoking, dramatic, funny, violent, fiction, or historically accurate, historically inaccurate with great flourishes, I'll probably like it.

Food: I love Italian. Though, I can't say that I dislike anything really. Hmm... that's not true. I once had some kind of Japanese bean... stuff? that tasted like coffee in snot.

Music: Breaking Benjamin, Cage the Elephant, Jimmy Eat World, 3 Doors Down... Love those guys. Banks. MSMR. Misterwives. Indie/soft rock/rock/ are my go-to's
I spend a lot of time thinking about
If I was born in the right century. I think I was supposed to be around for the Renaissance
On a typical Friday night I am
One or a combination of:
Reading/gaming after getting takeout.
Drinks with coworkers if we're angry enough.
Binge on TV.
Shooting some shit with fellow shit-shooters.
If it's spring/summer, going to for run or hike.
The two of us