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My self-summary
In my list of things I like to do with my time, writing self-summaries are, in my opinion, located slightly below herding kittens while maintaining a sturdy space above stamping my face on animal crackers.

I should also be clear that I'm currently in a polyamorous relationship, and rather happy with the whole affair. She is my only partner right now, but I am great friends with her partners, and we often do things that don't include sex together. It's kind of like a day time soap opera, minus the long drawn out pauses.

I enjoy sarcasm, humor, paradox and change, such as the image of Norwegian viking giants, whom brandish butter knives, storm into battle against a wall of pygmy clowns, carrying claymores.

Some people find me funny. I have a wealth of friends that span several different social spheres, sadly none are jousters but I would really like to meet someone who can joust, or even remembers the arcade game from the 80's.

I work hard at being an employment mercenary, carrying out contracts in variety of labour situations. It really doesn't matter what someone does for work, in my opinion, but it is important that they both enjoy it, and work at it with a passion and zest.

When it came to choosing a body type I became confused by the difference between Thin and Skinny, wondered why they didn't have a wiry selection, and opted out of the whole ordeal, but only after I considered going with Husky--cause they are cool dogs.

Philosophy, quantum mechanics, photography, and meditations take most of my spare time up, as well seeing concerts--I also listen to them, but it looked strange to say I hear concerts. Rather enjoy spending time checking out art galleries and other social events.

Drugs and booze aren't my thing, haven't been for awhile now. Many people ask me if I had a problem, I didn't and was actually quite good at consuming, in fact, I'd say a professional at it. It's like asking Spiderman if he has a problem saving the lives of people. He'd likely say, "No, I'm actually quite good at it, in fact, I'd say I'm a professional at it." Because I still have this working relationship with these desirables, please don't feel as if this would be a deterrent. You can consume my portion of the consumables for me... If I can consume your coffee.
What I’m doing with my life
Living it... any other speculation, in my opinion, would be an assumption. Oh, I'm also trying to get back onto an old project where I post a photo a day:
I’m really good at
The construction of smoothies, and omeletes. Making people look real and beautiful. Assisting in the advancement of smiles and laughter. Creating lists of mundane and usually unimportant factors. Listening. Crafting a nifty beard, while smelling nicely. Not killing bears. Are you really reading this, could I put something completely dumb like the eradication of the fly nation. Recycling. Walking, I could actually win any contest in walking, I swear. Distracting people, in a positive way. Not liking cats--please don't take this personally, I've tried, chances are very slim that I will like your cat; however, I'm willing to take up the challenge. Shooting, arrows, bullets and photos. Going a long time without looking, or caring about my cell phone, seriously it's not giving me life instructions so I really don't care unless I have to. Pulling Korean families out of overturned cars.

** Update. Thanks to the assistance of one individual, I have learned to like some cats... some.
The first things people usually notice about me
The giant horn sticking out of my forehead, I've photoshopped it out of all my photos.

Update* apparently my nose draws attention now too, some people thinks it looks broken, sadly it's never encountered that kind of excitement.

Update V 1.2* My new hair cut is also getting me some attention, oh and the third arm I have developed.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy (the trilogy in five parts), Maltese Falcon, The Sisters Brothers, The Dark Towers Series, Tao of Physics, The Dancing Wu Li Masters, Light in August, As I Lay Dying, Through The Skin of A Lion, Room, Anything by Palahniuk or Faulkner--except The Sound and The Fury. The Walking Dead, The Sandman, Scalped, The Killer. Maybe I'll just upload a photo of everything I read...

Music: Modeskeltor, USS, The Band Of Skulls, Them Crooked Vultures, Skrillix, The Band Of Skulls, Radiohead, The Kills, Zed's Dead, Porter Robinson, Clutch, The Tallest Man on Earth, Queens of The Stone Age, Elvis Costello, the Police always make me move, Sean Hayes, TV On The Radio.... Do I really have to complete all these lists?
I'm going to buy a gelato and get back to this list thing after that.

Movies: Yojimbo and Sanjuro, The Man With No Name Trilogy, Once Upon a Time in The West, Heven, Waking Life, So I Married an Axe Murderer, Vanilla Sky, Ikiru, Spirited Away. This whole list could go on, but I don't want to keep writing.

TV: Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, It's Always Sunny, Archer... Can we save something to talk about in person?
Six things I could never do without
Writing lists of things.
A heart--for obvious reasons.
A brain--see above.
A set of lungs--again see above.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
I'm going to just say existentialism, or exhibitionism, take your pick. Also, how obsolete syntax will be if time ceases to be perceived as linear.
On a typical Friday night I am
trying to figure out how this ended up being a typical Friday night.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I might be a hipster, even though I don't want to be one. I'd rather be a pirate, or a cowboy, a samurai, space cadet would be cool too.
You should message me if
if you press the message button.
You understand how syntax will operate in a non-linear timeline.
The two of us