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My self-summary
I am mainly looking for friends with a similar worldview as I have because they seem to be rare. It is too much fun to hang out with the right people.

I am educated, politically left, support all non-violent sexual/gender variations, and feminism. I am scientist, pragmatist, atheist, and evolutionist. I don't consider People's choices based on free will, think that everything has a cause but future is not determined because of inherent uncertainty. Not career driven (but with a desire to write about stuff). I am social, attentive, funny, and like to go places.

You think critically, are open to science, know that evolution is a fact, and are less traditionally conformative.

Please don't be looking for a gentlemen or soulmate, every relationship, even between friends based on similar interests or worldviews, takes some level of commitment, time, and effort to become enjoyable.
What I’m doing with my life
I had many adventures in my life. Now I like to hang out with friends, see new things and write about stuff. Research, writing and publishing is on my list for the next few years.
I’m really good at
Cooking and fixing things, but also enjoy having other people do it for me. Right now, good at living on a tight budget while finishing my studies.
The first things people usually notice about me
Some say tall, smart, happy, social.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Food: Little processed and healthy food whenever possible, mostly homemade unless I get lazy.

Music: It is mood depended, mostly fast paced and happy regardless of genre (latin, pop, classical, ..., not so much jazz)

Movies: I like good story lines and watch in company of friends, I don't get caught up in stories (documentaries, romantic-funny, scifi,...)

TV: Mostly watching it with friends or as a sleeping aid (the "Friends" series, "Big bang theory")

Shows: Have seen standup comedy shows like George Carlin, concerts, street performers.

Books: Mostly non-fiction, currently related to my studies on evolution (e.g, Merchants of Doubt)
Six things I could never do without
Friends/family, traveling and diversity, learning new things, good food, fresh air, fun, ... who is counting?

How about things I can do without:
Religion, misogynists, homophobia, borders, capitalism, corporations and their political puppets, oligarchy (includes all current political systems), heavily processed food, GMOs, and lying mass media.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How to enjoy my free time with friends. What to write in my book. Which way to turn on my next walk, coffee or tea.
On a typical Friday night I am
Friends have a word in it too, hopefully not to typical, but hanging out is always fun.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Wait for my Memoirs.
You should message me if
. . it feels right after reading my profile. If you are not sure, message anyway, because profiles are not really representing the person.
The two of us