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My self-summary
Oh my, so much could be put here. For the most part I feel the starting point for any good relationship is a cup of coffee and hours of get-to-know-you questions. As for me anyone can ask me anything, but my main interests are politics (and watching our system fall apart), philosophy, and snuggling.

What I am looking for (List not comprehensive):

- Someone to see Seattle with (Go to plays/movies/events)
- Someone to walk around Greenlake with
- Someone to talk with, about damn near everything.
- Someone who wants, but does not need, to be with me.
- Someone whose life, like mine, is busy but productive, and has room for another in it.

What I am not looking for:

- A little tail
- Someone who does not exist when I am not in the room
- Someone who needs financial support

Scared you off yet?

I am interested, confident, and snuggly
What I’m doing with my life
Writing (my first book came out a few years ago, and i'm working on a few others). Gaming (mostly legend of the five rings, a card game that I use to pay most of my bills). Designing games for a living. Thinking about what I want to be when I grow up.
I’m really good at
Writing. Communicating. Massage. Debate. Good at planning, less good at following up.
The first things people usually notice about me
The gottee, and then that I have strong opinions.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
hurm...there are so many bad movies. Return of the King is the default I suppose. But I think Lost in Translation was amazing.
Good books include almost anything by Asimov. I tend to read and give away books, so that my library does not eat my house. I tend not to be aware of music artists who aren't dead, but I'm always up for going clubbing or to a show for some local group I've never heard of.
Six things I could never do without
My computer/internet access.
Reading material. - I like printed books, dammit.
People to talk to.
Everything else is secondary.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Game design. I do it for a living mostly because I'd be doing it anyway, and it's better when you get paid for it.
On a typical Friday night I am
not typical.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Hey, ask me anything. I cannot off the top of my head think of anything I wont tell you.
You should message me if
Brownie points list (4 or more brownie points can be exchanged for an actual brownie):

You have an opinion about E-prime.

You know why I don’t eat hot dog buns.

You think Polyamory is a neat idea.

You have enjoyed playing a board game recently.

You do not live with a cat.

You have read at least one Non-fiction book in the last year about a subject you did not know much about, or by an author whose opinion you disagree with.

You enjoy conversations that include a lot of requests for why you believe what you believe.

You consider yourself to be good at making the world look like what you want it to look like.

You live in Seattle.
The two of us