32 Vienna, Austria
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My self-summary
people think they are sapiosexual until they meet me.
What I’m doing with my life
working : teaching : reading : eating: traveling
I’m really good at
dj'ing in weddings, answering trivial questions, eating.
(by omission one can infer that i'm really bad at dj'ing elsewhere, answering important questions and cooking. two of those turn out to be correct)
The first things people usually notice about me
i know too many things. (whenever someone mentions this to me, it always sounds like a backhanded compliment)
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I prefer Joyce to Proust; Frost to Eliot; Cervantes to Goethe, Tolstoi to Dostoyevsky; Chekhov to Ibsen; Borges to Cortazar; Neruda to Rilke; Below to Roth; Franzen to Safran Foer; Austen to Woolf; Morrison to Munro.
I prefer Paul Thomas Anderson to Wes Anderson; Fellini to Antonioni; Truffaut to Goddard; Rohmer to Buñuel; Lang to Mornau; Wilder to Allen; Tarantino to Scorsese; Kurosawa to Eisenstein.
I prefer Bach to Mozart; Wagner to Mahler; Shostakovich to Tchaikovsky; Richter to Gould; Dylan to Beatles; Radiohead to Wilco; Pulp to Yo La Tengo; Davis to Coltrane.
I prefer Goya to Rembrandt; Michelangelo to Leonardo; Kant to Plato; Hume to Rousseau; Putnam to Chomsky; Benjamin to Adorno; Bourdieu to Foucault; Ideas to Things; Spaces to Buildings; Words to Sentences; Defeat to Victory.

post-trump-brexit-fpo-lepen update: defeat sucks.
The six things I could never do without
Books, Music, Sun, Social Interactions, A Toothbrush, Coffee
I spend a lot of time thinking about
the unbearable lightness of dying.
On a typical Friday night I am
somewhere with someone or alone.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I sleepwalk in summer nights.
You should message me if
you have something fun to say. or something really sad.
you can help me finding beauty in something.
you don't consider paulo coelho literature. (only if)
you would consider a weekend trip with a complete stranger.