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My self-summary
Manager, IT-professional, objectivist, libertarian, freelancer, fun and also not so fun person.
And ENTP-A (if anybody's interested in that MBTI shit)
I'm a half Persian (Iranian) half German-Hungarian born in Hungary. Fucked up if tru.
What I’m doing with my life
I'm a key-account assistant at GSK, a Microsoft Server engineer at IBM, a shaman, a small public figure, and also freelancer.
But seriously, I'm into a lot of stuff.
Philosophy, tech, sociology, art, new experiences, drugs, religion, travel, literature. Pick one and we're gonna have a valuable conversation.
I consider myself a well informed, loving, and valuable person, and not because of any egoist philosophy, but because I've put a lot of work into my current personality and working on developing it day by day.
I’m really good at
Having fun, finding solutions to advanced problems, brainstorming, gathering new experiences/creating experiences for myself and others. Helping people in their daily or long term spiritual struggles, etc...
I'm indispensable and totally necessary for brainstorming and solution forming sessions.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
- Foods -
I'm not picky. I eat everything if it's made from quality ingredients.
(Yes, by everything I mean everything except bricks with rosemary.)

- Movies -
Deep stuff with some valuable message or philosophy, horror, etc...
By etc I mean a lot of stuff. I just watch what I have the mood for at the exact moment.

- Books -
All-time favorites:
Dostojevskij - Crime and Punishment
Max Stirner - The Ego and it's own
Ayn Rand - Atlas Shrugged
And so on...I read a lot.
Also a Stephen King fan.
Six things I could never do without
As it has been proven numerous times, I form my own needs regarding my free will and current mood. That's one of my most important qualities that make me able to be open to everything ad gather new experiences.
I couldn't do anything without air and food tho.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
My short and long term future, love, my plans, spirituality, current opportunities.
On a typical Friday night I am
There is no such thing as "Friday" for me honestly.
I arrange my schedule and work regarding my mood.
Sometimes working, sometimes being with friends, or just meditating.
You should message me if
You want new experiences, a new friend, my shitty philosophies, or basically anything you have the mood for and consider yourself an open and non-judgemental person. If somebody seems to be a valuable experience I won't reject any offer.
The two of us