29San Francisco, United States
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My self-summary
I was a statistic in the 2008 salmonella outbreak, I keep an open mind to the degree that I often get overwhelmed about making serious decisions, I'm not picky, and I like a lot of variety in my life.
What I’m doing with my life
Currently working in a lab striving to become a modern day Bill Nye. Unfortunately bow ties are no longer taken seriously, so I have to figure out what's next.

In the meantime, I'm trying to settle in to San Francisco. I love science and medicine, so maybe I'll be a doctor when I grow up. Or maybe I'll be a science teacher or athletic trainer. Or maybe I'll just buy a boat, fix it up, and sail to a small island in the pacific and eat (drink?) coconut smoothies for the rest of my life. Or... Eek. I have goals, but probably too many of them.
I’m really good at
... Being reasonably good/passable at lots of different things without focusing on any particular one*. I can hold my own in the kitchen and on the soccer pitch/basketball court.

*UNLESS that one thing is stopping people who are clearly in a hurry so that I can pet their dog... And often cooing at said dog, even though I hate when other people do.

*OR if it's being impulsive (uuuusually within reason). Most recently, this manifested itself in selling my car in favor of a red white and blue motorcycle that's older than I am. Mom's not too happy.
The first things people usually notice about me
Maybe that I yawn a lot?
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Lonesome Dove was mind blowing... So mind blowing that in some ways I wish I'd never read it because no western will ever rival it. Three Cups of Tea was a damn good book until I learned the author is a fraud.

Artichokes are the bees knees and I'm addicted to cheese (no really, look it up, cheese contains chemicals that make it addictive). More than anything I really enjoy cooking, attempting to bake bread, and trying new things.

Not a regular TV watcher, but I love the Office, Office Space, Archer, the Walking Dead (and zombie shows in general), and The Brave Little Toaster.
Six things I could never do without
My bicycle (my dad's from the 70s)
Hot out o' the oven chocolate chip cookies
Being outdoors
A large body of water nearby
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Whether altruism really exists.
On a typical Friday night I am
Beer, music, friends.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I don't have feeling in my lower left lip/jaw (broke my jaw - athletics related, not a fight I swear) and often drool unknowingly while brushing my teeth... As in the drool once started making its way down the neckline of my shirt.
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