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My self-summary
Born in 1974. Not dead yet, which apparently is a success of some sort.

I like meeting people; learning about their lives, ways and thoughts. I love food, food loves my midsection. All food is good, some of it is better. Mostly food that has not been recently invented. Apart from eating the better food, I have to lift heavy things up and then put them down again many times in order to stay slim. I enjoy taking long walks, daydreaming and reading books.

I can also patiently explain to a computer what I want it to do. When the computer makes a mistake (as computers are wont to do), I yell at it. The computer does not care, but it makes me feel better. Sometimes I even get paid to do it (not the yelling part).
What I’m doing with my life
Working, reading, going to the gym, watching movies, trying to have fun and connect with other people. All in all, find out what life is all about.

Which is a very convoluted way of saying that like every other mortal, I don't really know.
I’m really good at
being modest. No, really. I'm extremely good at modesty. Probably the best.
The first things people usually notice about me
Soft spoken, kind, smiling, good listener, clearly not self-promotional at all.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Terry Pratchett, Robin Hobb, Douglas Hofstadter, Steven Pinker, philosophy, science, good fantasy, anything that engages the mind really.
Movies: Twelve monkeys, Silence of the Lambs, Memento, Fallen... I love watching movies. Haven't seen many recently though (you can tell, huh?).
Six things I could never do without
Chicken nuggets! (6 pcs).

EDIT: Since I first wrote these lines, I've changed my eating habits a bit. I eat mostly plants now (so easy to catch, they can't move). Oh and cheese. Don't get me wrong, chicken nuggets (6 pcs) are still delicious, it just turns out that I *can* do without them for extended periods of time.

So, let me change my answer to "deep fried mozzarella sticks (6 pcs)".
I spend a lot of time thinking about
My next move. Time slows down. Everybody, everything is deathly silent. Thousands of opportunities, millions of dead ends, only a few hidden paths to dominion. Finally, all becomes clear. There's only one thing to do...

'Wait, how does the horsie move again?'
On a typical Friday night I am
Watching a movie, reading a book, meeting friends, same as every other night really. Also, trying to CH3-(CH2)n-CH3 + (3/2n+7/2)O2 -> (n+2) CO2 + (n+3) H2O + Energy. Nothing special about Fridays.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I had my younger brother convinced that he was a toy robot and his battery pack was about to run out when we were little kids. He was looking at me with a blissful smile on his face while I was counting down his last seconds of power-on mode.
You should message me if are just trying to figure everything out too.
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