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My self-summary
I understand how friendship and love feel. I sort of understand how friendship and love work, what I have to give and what I want. What I don't understand is where and how relationships start.

* I checked off C++ in the list of languages that I know. That's not entirely true. I'm very comfortable with C but not very comfortable with C++. I'm more interested in using Ocaml and it's functional cousins than I am in slogging through really learning C++. So in the very unlikely event that you are specifically searching for a fluent C++ speaker you might want to look elsewhere.

I am puzzled, private, and non-alliterative
I’m really good at
Solving a small subset of programming problems.

The first things people usually notice about me
I'm not very interested in what most people first notice about me so I don't really know the answer to this question.

For people whose opinion I do care about the things I'd like for them to think about me are; he's smart, he's sexy, and he's kind. In reality I'll settle for them not thinking; he's strange and he doesn't use semicolons correctly.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
The music I listen to is generally between 30 and 60 years old with some classical and some new stuff thrown in. I'll go to an occasional movie. I eat out once in a while. The odd thing is that there are two ways that I get really intense enjoyment out of books, music, movies, or food, (btw I listed these things in order from the thing for which this is most true to the the thing for which this is least true). I can enjoy them when they're entirely personal and private experiences and I can enjoy them when I share the experience with someone who makes them fun. That's a long way of saying that there won't be a list of books I've read, bands I love, or movies I've seen in this self-summary.
Six things I could never do without
emacs (well actually I could do without it but why would I want to), access to a computer, the thought I'll one day start surfing again, an occasional conversation with someone who's a lot smarter than me
I spend a lot of time thinking about
stuff that's way too trivial for me to remember let alone write about
On a typical Friday night I am
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I've never understood people.
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