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My self-summary
I'm conversationally omnivorousness - I find that someone else's passion is infectious to me, no matter what the subject.
Though you'll never see it, I drop about 40 IQ points when I'm by myself.
On the one hand, being so extroverted means it's easy for me to have. On the other, I run mostly on what other people think of me.

A physicist by training, I've since then gone to law school and now am at school to go into science policy.

I spent 6 years of my life in California, and loved it. But place isn't nearly as important to me as people.
What I’m doing with my life
I was all about physics as a kid. But - much later than most - I realized I wasn't good enough a math. So I went to law school. But I still wanted to do physics. So now I'm an attorney by day, and attending classes in Science and Technology Policy at GW by night.

I finish classes May 2014, and hope to get a job at the NSF, NASA, or a National Lab doing governmental relations, wrangling more money for basic research.
I’m really good at
Making people think I'm smarter than I am.
Making people laugh.
Getting people to open up to me.
Swimming. (Butterfly)
The first things people usually notice about me
Red shoes
Usually talking
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Book: Catch-22
Author: Steinbeck

Movie: Trainspotting, Das Boot, Office Space
I also really enjoy having a drink and watching FF3: Tokyo Drift, Speed Racer, and The One with friends, though they're not exactly favorites.

Shows: The Wire

Music: Simon and Garfunkel, Thea Gilmore

Food: Salmon, cherries
Six things I could never do without
1. Other people
2. Sunlight
3. A swimming pool
4. The Internet
5 Podcasts
The two of us