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My self-summary
I can be a sarcastic twat. I am attracted to confidence, intelligence, open mindedness, women who can throw my sarcasm back in my face, and passion for whatever it is they like. Dislikes: ignorance, mean spiritedness, disingenuous and unintelligent people.

I like honest people who are not afraid to argue with me. I'm an ardent advocate for civil liberties. Racism makes no sense to me, so if you've been to any of the protests in Boston, you've likely already spotted me.

I am all for the coffee dates (I love espresso), but I don't mind a fun, creative adventure either.

Interests: psychology, public health, social ecological models of public health improvement interventions, civil liberties, social justice, bicycles, your mom.
What I’m doing with my life
I work at a community college helping students overcome all sorts of obstacles, and I will be applying for positions at the VA come the spring for clinical psychology research assistanceships.
I’m really good at
Cooking, fixing stuff, making people laugh, listening, riding/building/fixing/ogling over bikes, and writing a paper under extreme time constraints.
The first things people usually notice about me
My eyes, my beard, my sarcasm, and my laugh.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: The Great Gatsby, Poetry by Yeats, Eliot, and Spenser. Any play by Tennessee Williams, Hamlet, and all of Kerouac and William S. Burroughs' books. The list goes on and only gets longer.

Music: Folk, Hip-Hop (underground), oldies, and indie rock. I've gotten way into French indie-pop lately (ask me how later), and like generally chill, downbeat stuff like Cat Power, Sufjan Stevens, Massive Attack, Lykke Li, etc.

Movies: The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, Monsters, Inc., Let the Right One In, Korean thrillers, Citizen Kane, French foreign films (La Vie D'Adèle, Chapitres 1 & 2), Star Wars.
Six things I could never do without
1. Friends
2. Double-shots of espresso
3. A bicycle
4. Books
5. Banter
6. Ambition
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Intersectionality, psychology, public health, yogurt.
On a typical Friday night I am
Going out/cooking in with friends, relaxing with a book or Netflix, or driving people around on a pedal-powered tricycle taxi.
You should message me if
- You hate small talk.
- You want to take a bike ride.
- You want to air some sort of grievance about cyclists and assume that I speak for all of them.
- You're smart and well-read, and yet you understand and respect how funny it is when someone walks face-first into a street sign.
The two of us