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My self-summary
On the photo I'm holding 350W power supply. I had to remove because it was damaging my hard drives.

But more about myself. I'm introvert, I don't like going for parties. I also don't like watching sport. (I'd rather do some some sport - I go for jogging a few times a week)

As entertain I like RPGs the most. I also like reading. Have you heard about about freaks that ignore sport section in a newspaper and read about economics? I'm one of them.

I'm an intellectual with wide interests but a bit disorganized.

What might surprise you I have sense of humour. I know quite many jokes and often say have witty comments. (unfortunately that's also disadvantage ;) )

Nie widzę sennsu opisu w naszym ojczystym języku. Jeśli ktoś sobie poradził z interfacem po angielsku, to jakoś i przeczyta mój opis anglojęzyczny.
What I’m doing with my life
I work as consultant in tax advisory in an international company. I have MA in economics (finance and accountancy), finished another post graduate program about EMU, and a year course about taxation. Now I'm writing a Ph.D. thesis.
(EMU stands from European Monetary Union. Do you have any different association? More ornithological? ;) )
I’m really good at
economics, computers, math, experimental science (unrelated to my study but interesting), jogging (run marathon twice, best time 3 h 20 min)
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Terry Pratchett
(I like a few Polish fantasy books like Antybaśnie or practically everything that was written by Sapkowski)

Friedman Milton: Tyranny of the status quo, Free to choose
(The best was part where Milton was comparing program of American socialist form early XX century with legislature in seventies (eighties?). Very interesting was to learn how many gov policies that are supposed to help to the weakest were especially harmful for them)

Freakonomics by Stephen Dubner and Steven Levitt (Interesting microeconomics analysis of funny aspects of life.)

Jared Diamond: Guns, Germs, and Steel. The Fates of Human Societies
(how to create a well working civilisation and why some failed from this race)
Steven Pinker: The Better Angels of Our Nature: Why Violence Has Declined
(finally someone solved conflict between Hobbes and Rousseau; After analysing anthropological and archaeological data the conclusion is clear: Hobbes was right)
James C. Scott: Seeing Like a State: How Certain Schemes to Improve the Human Condition Have Failed

Genome by Matt Ridley

Sceptical Environmentalist by Bjorn Lomborg
(Written by heretic fired from Greenpeace who dared to show how ecologist manipulate (or sometimes directly make up) data)
Limits to growth by the Club of Rome (You can learn lots about ecology from an influential book which predictions were supposed to happen many years ago)

J. Kaczmarski (unknown outside Poland)
On my MP3 I usually listen to downloaded from the Internet lectures from American universities. (EDIT: mostly from American)
You should message me if
I've found here a wonderful person so I'm not looking for anyone.

One of below or have some other reason:
1) want to play RPG ;)
2) dating
3) just want chat for a while
The two of us