37La Mesa, United States
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My self-summary
I am compelled to try new Root Beer and Ginger Ale. I own a sousaphone, and I should polish it more often, but it is in good repair. I read voraciously and I'm always happy to discover a new author I enjoy. I occasionally get excited enough about the prospect of a peanut butter sandwich to chant a little song while making it. Mysterious Galaxies is my favorite bookstore and if you like mystery, science fiction, or fantasy, I heartily recommend checking it out.

I'm Jewish. Culturally; I don't believe in G@d, but I like going to synagogue now and then. Despite having no faith, my Judaism is important to me and I have absolutely no interest in giving it up.
I’m really good at
Playing the tuba, when I practice, which isn't nearly enough. I could be much better.

I am very good at following instructions.
The first things people usually notice about me
I am actual size and I laugh easily.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I have a lot of books that I like. Most are Science Fiction or Fantasy, preferably with a humorous edge.

For movies, if it has the Muppets, there's a good chance I enjoy it. Groundhogs Day is probably my favorite Holiday movie. And True Stories will always be a bit of childhood nostalgia for me.

Shows: Daily Show, Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, and Rachel Maddow. I am still disappointed that the Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore was cancelled.

Music: They Might be Giants, Suzanne Vega, Liz Phair, Talking Heads, Paul Simon, Indigo Girls, also most things a good high school symphonic band might play, such as Holst, Gershwin, Copeland, etc.

Food: I prefer to eat foods that have not been boiled. I just don't really enjoy the texture of most boiled foods.
Six things I could never do without
I'm assuming this doesn't include the 5 things all animal life needs (shelter, oxygen, food, water, and surprise)
Science Fiction/Fantasy - and I'm counting that as one, just like the book stores.
Paper and Pencil (or something to approximate paper and pencil).
Friends or acquaintances.
Clothing, I can do without shoes now and then, but I definitely need clothes. I sunburn far too easily to go without.
A watch. I feel kind of naked without mine.
Peanut Butter.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
What problems are new, what problems are old but exacerbated by new technologies and media, and what problems are old but seem new to me because prior to new technologies and media, I was unaware of them.
On a typical Friday night I am
I have no idea how to define a typical Friday night.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
When I'm feeling a little down I like to browse OKCupid to remind myself that there are a lot of awesome people who are single.
You should message me if
you would like to talk to me. If you have an argument to present about something I've written to explain my answers to and of the questions. If you have a Root Beer or Ginger Ale to recommend.

I'm looking for a friend. A person I can trade books with. Someone to talk with, about news of the day, food, anything at all, maybe nothing. Games are a natural part of conversation, she appreciates alliteration and assonance. She's lethally clever, maybe dangerous in other ways too, I don't know.

Someone to bounce ideas off of, to create worlds with, to explore with, even if said exploring doesn't involve leaving the house.
The two of us