27Amherst, United States
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My self-summary
I've always believed actions speak louder than words. I don't like to "sell" things, least of all myself because I try to communicate with truth being the highest driving factor.

I'm an introvert and somewhat aloof, but wouldn't mind company. If you are your own kind of person, I won't judge you for it.

I am foremost interested in ideas, not details. I'm creative, and love absurdist humor.
What I’m doing with my life
I'm a line cook.

To be honest, I'm just taking some time off to enjoy life and work on myself. I eat in cheap and homecooked. Pirate most of my TV shows. Do a lot of exercising, reading, and people watching at the bar I work at.
I’m really good at
Strategy games, starting stories without finishing them, getting lost in trances.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Ray Bradbury comes to mind immediately, because of the beauty of his prose. It's a simple kind of beauty. There are a lot of minimalist soundtracks I like for that reason (like Nocturne or Philip Glass), but I also really don't mind bombast (Like Zimmer).

Liking (more like loving) bombast and minimalism is another reason that I think identity is measurable based upon multi-axis "framework fixations"... it's the subjects that define us, not any specific place within the subject. For example, sometimes I like to be seen and sometimes I like to be unseen. "Visibility", therefore, is a framework I am fixated upon, and through which I define my inner narrative journey.

I'd say that the stuff I like the most tends to be very emotionally engaging (though I hate material that is too masturbatory or self aggrandizing... AKA easy(?)) and have a broad emotional range.

My favorite protagonists are punished a lot. I find something immensely purifying about watching a fictional avatar slog through suffering to reclaim small gems of dignity because I think that visage is as inspirational as it is true.
Six things I could never do without
-Physically challenging exercise goals.
-Manufacturing pride about my ability to fill roles better than the alternative.
-A loose ethical framework which makes demands upon me.
-Expressing my inner struggle through fiction.
-Art that makes me contemplate on ethical structures.
-If good conversation cannot be had... some alone time so I can bounce ideas off myself.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The things that perhaps I should be doing but am not doing.

How I should construct/construe myself for any given moment of any given day.
On a typical Friday night I am
Exercise, watch youtube, listen to some music, try to write something, go to the bar and take in the sounds.
You should message me if
You're down to watch stuff, cook in, go on hikes, that sort of thing.
The two of us