OneAvailableName
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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
Mostly human-y stuff. Mostly.
I’m really good at
getting better.
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, anything with a good plot.

Food: Zero-calorie pizza. Science, get on with it.
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
you don't mind getting a message back.
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