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My self-summary
I love math, philosophy, computer science, and most sciences. I love games, playing them, analyzing them, designing them, and even doing math research on them. I also love to debate and never get upset with someone with different views than mine as long as they are willing to be open minded and discuss them with me in a logical way. I am mostly looking for a long-term relationship with someone who can satisfy my need for intellectual debate, regular gaming, and complete honesty.
What I’m doing with my life
I am studying at UCLA for my Ph.D in math, and plan to become a math professor.
I’m really good at
Math, keeping calm in crisis situations, standing up for my beliefs, challenging others when they are wrong and admitting when I am wrong, managing my money, board games.
The first things people usually notice about me
I like to debate. People often learn this quickly and become annoyed. I am not very good at leaving discussions without a conclusion, but I am very good at recognizing when I lose. Usually discussions end with the other party getting frustrated and giving up, or saying something very meaningful that instantly brings me to their side.
They also might notice that I usually wear t-shirts with math on them.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
These are all single person activities, and not very important to me in finding a match. Therefore, I have chosen to instead list some of my favorite games:
Bridge, Poker, Dominion, Catan, Saboteur , Scrabble, Coda, Tichu, Stoicheion(a game I am currently developing), DnD 3.5, Andantino, Braid, DROD, Pikmin.
Six things I could never do without
1. Math
2. Games
3. Internet
4. Intellectual Discussion
5. Phone/Tablet
6. Jo
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Math. That's my job, but also gets a lot of my free time.
Philosophy. Specifically thinking theoretically about how I make decisions and determine what I believe.
Games. If a game does not inspire be to spend time outside of the game thinking about strategy, it is not good enough.
On a typical Friday night I am
Doing math, playing games, casually talking to friends.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I would admit anything if asked, but cannot think of anything to put here.
The two of us