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My self-summary
Bad hombre seeking women of varying degrees of nastiness.

No, I won't grow a beard for you. They itch. Sorry.

Feminist, Satanist, democratic socialist, transhumanist, part-time futurist, and full-time hedonist. Also, I really like dogs. And pasta.
What I’m doing with my life
"What do you do?" is invariably interpreted to, "How do you sell your labor?" I work in aerospace on an assembly line, that's it for now. Previous dates have noticed that my eyes reflexively glaze over when the topic comes up, so that should give you an idea of how I feel about it. If you and I ever end up meeting, do me a solid and don't ask about it.

Otherwise, I have a wide variety of interests that are split relatively neatly between technology, gaming, civil/labor rights, church-state separation, and their related ongoing political discussions. Church-state separation is my "pet" issue as it were, and I help build a small community of activists for this cause and coordinate our movements around the greater Seattle area.

I also do video games and a bunch of online classes. Data science is fascinating from what little I know of it at this point.

I'm also slowly teaching myself to cook real food. You should send me your favorite recipes, especially if they involve pasta.
I’m really good at
Whatever I need to be at the time. The intersection between being lazy and being slightly obsessed with positive leadership and organizational models, it seems, involves trying to make as many people around me as comfortable as possible.

The first things people usually notice about me
1) Love of theatrics. Puns, physical comedy, wild gesturing for emphasis, I do it all!
2) [Redacted]
3) Love of pasta and food in general. It fills the empty spot where a sense of shame should hypothetically be.
4) Terrible music/literature/game references
5) I fidget a lot.

Some people tell me that I intimidate them. I don't really understand how, but I don't do it on purpose, I promise. I'm a teddy bear. Or possibly a slightly hairier version of Marvin the Paranoid Android.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Stuff I read:
I read a lot of political history and social issue books these days. I'm very much pro-labor and anti-(oppressive structure of your choice), so right now I'm working through A People's History of the US and various essays by classic anarchist philosophers (Emma Goldman, Mikhail Bakunin, etc).

But obviously, just sticking to politics and the real world would be incredibly boring, so some of my favorite fiction titles and authors:

Most of the Forgotten Realms series by RA Salvatore
Ready Player One
Fahrenheit 451
A Clockwork Orange
The Harry Potter series
The Alchemist
A Canticle For Leibowitz
World War Z (no really, my last tattoo is a quote from this)
Random stuff by HP Lovecraft

I have a bad habit of buying large numbers of books at Value Village because of their damn "Buy 4, get the 5th free!" deal. So I collect classics, tech manuals, whatever - but I've been trying to refresh and expand my fantasy and scifi tastes more recently. Name me an author! (I love homages to Lovecraft and classic mythology)

Stuff I listen to:
My taste in music defaults to, "What, at this moment, will do the best job of keeping me awake at work until the caffeine kicks in from the shitty office coffee?" I play hopskotch across all genres and I can't vouch for the quality of my taste at all. I'm just as likely to listen to Tchaikovsky as Ke$ha.

I default to classic rock/hair metal because Joan Jett is the sexiest woman alive and probably will be even if she lives to be a hundred. Also electronica/trance.

Other bands/performers important to my well-being:
Jonathan Coulton
Tim Minchin
Garfunkel and Oates
Bo Burnham
Lily Allen
Infected Mushroom
Iron Maiden
Marilyn Manson
Daft Punk
Five Iron Frenzy
Streetlight Manifesto

I also listen to a lot of standup these days, thanks to Pandora. John Mulaney is quickly becoming my next idol after Elizabeth Warren. Chris Rock, Dave Chappelle, Lewis Black, Robin Williams, Louis CK, on and on. Also, I adore the hell out of Iliza Shlesinger and Rebecca Corry.

Stuff I Watch:
Lot of sci-fi/fantasy stuff, mostly, and TED talks.

Rick and Morty
Invader Zim
Bob's Burgers
Warehouse 13
The Walking Dead
Young and Hungry
Lost Girl
It's Always Sunny

I watch The Daily Show, Last Week Tonight, and old episodes of The Colbert Report religiously. I also have a tradition of watching Colbert's White House Correspondents' Dinner speech on a semi-regular basis, because the shit-eating grin on W's face will never get old.

I'm generally addicted to older Disney movies, because the soundtrack for The Hunchback of Notre Dame is absolutely amazing and never gets old. But I like pretty much any kind of movie if it's done well (but I have a soft spot for zombie movies regardless of quality). Most of my movies are sci-fi, action-drama, and Pixar. Lord of the Rings marathon, anyone? Or a marathon of the MCU movies, because Iron Man is my spirit animal.

Stuff I eat:
I eat basically everything that either isn't miso soup or doesn't have olives or mushrooms in it. Preferably pasta. You could bribe me with lasagna or Nutella, and possibly even with Nutella-covered lasagna. I love the royal hell out of BBQ anything, though. Also I really like curry. And most other ethnic foods, come to think of it. Variety is the spice of life. And so are actual spices.

I'm currently on a huge macaroni and cheese kick. Right now I add parmesan, paprika, Italian sausage, and a drizzle of BBQ sauce to the standard box of Kraft. It's amazing and I'll probably never get tired of it. But more recipes are always welcome!
The six things I could never do without
Barbecue sauce
Extra batteries
A notepad
A plan (with or without the canal: Panama!)
An internet connection
A quick one-liner
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Basically everything. It's really not healthy, I know, especially with this whole "we have an actual fascist running for President against Hillary" circus going on. So in the spirit of preserving what little productivity and emotional health I have left, I've tried to pare it down to the simple things I like most - good food, good music, good friends, and the heads of my enemies on stakes arranged tastefully on my lawn. You know, the essentials.
On a typical Friday night I am
wondering why kids love Cinnamon Toast Crunch
You should message me if
Basically, if you're not a bot or a libertarian. If I've visited/starred you and haven't said anything, it's because I'm terrible at introductions. So, yeah, go nuts. Also include your favorite type of cheese, because I'm going to ask you that sooner or later anyway.