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My self-summary
I used to have a crazy, huge wall of text here. It was incredibly serious and embarrassingly pretentious. At the very least, shit was way more than 140 characters, and therefore much longer than anybody reads nowadays.

CSU grad in the philosophy of science and technology. I no longer drink like its my job (or second major). Im interested in a smattering of both Mills' higher and lower pleasures.
What I’m doing with my life
What I'd love to do with my life is live it with regrets! Or, perhaps, strive to make it as empty and meaningless as possible! Stumble through an endless series of cliche and act as though opportunities were actually all just the chance to get ebola! To find clouds with every silver lining, and to look all gift horses squarely in the mouth!

As a more serious digression, I'm a fan of an ancient philosophic idea about "the good life". The goal being that we, as best we can, live a choice-worthy life. To lead a life that might crack the top 5% or so on a list of possible lives you could experience. It could have a few regrets. A few opportunities missed. A smattering of things not tried. Just so long as it is worthy of choosing.
I’m really good at
I learn things super quickly and have a terrific memory. This means I've acquired an eclectic pool of skills. I try and add as many as I can.

I'd say discovering which skills first hand is much more fun than reading a half-assed, subjectively tainted list.
The first things people usually notice about me
Im tall? The glasses? The free scarf genetics provided as a raffle prize?

More important than the first thing is probably the second, that I like to make people laugh and I'm "diplomatic" (read, averse to conflict).
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Holy shit, this section used to read like a library card catalog.

I'd say I like quality art. Usually not a big fan of pop trends. Not because I'm a dirty, contradictory hipster, but because it's usually garbage that blows my mind.

That being said, I'm a Trekkie. My favorite captains are as follows:

Six things I could never do without
Internet, my own car, nicotine (I could, but why would you want to?), books, the stars (a litte perspective when trivial nonsense seems too serious), and a sense of humor.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
My mind is a cross between a radio station, a TED conference, a stand-up routine, and whatever I'm focused on.
On a typical Friday night I am
Probably watching Star Trek of some variety. At least I'm honest.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm on the more social end of the autism spectrum. I've got a few of the quirks and a few of the super powers.
You should message me if
You're independently wealthy and want an accessory for parties that is mildly charming and not an idiot.

Or, you know, if you want to?
The two of us