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My self-summary
Aspie, diffident, cantankerous, intransigent, facetious, biker and bread maker.
What I’m doing with my life
Fixing things. Breaking other things. Attempting not to break myself.
I’m really good at
Remembering interesting* information.

*This may be considered non-traditional values of interesting by some.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Mostly horror, sci-fi and fantasy when I'm not reading non-fiction on statistics, numbers or the brain.
Six things I could never do without
In the event that the fallout universe has come to pass I do not think I shall need much except bottle caps.

Never seems an unnecessarily extreme limit on this, I don't suspect there is much which by stopping existing will also cause me to not exist. Is this supposed to be an existential preposition? Are there objects which if they stop existing I would also stop existing? Are we objects at all or just the figment of a deranged imagination?

Also Hydrogen, Carbon, Oxygen, Nitrogen, Phosphorous and Sulphur. Assuming we're not all imaginary.

Cats, because everyone needs animals that will eat them if they die.

Perhaps this is one of those times when http://xkcd.com/1652/ applies, but really I don't see how else one can interpret never.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Radical feminism; it makes far more sense than identity politics. Wondering if I'll get any abuse for holding those views (I doubt it, having a penis and all).
You should message me if
You can at least meet the requirements that you write in this on your own profile, else I will just point out the hypocrisy and inherent sexism that not doing this necessarily implies.

Attempts at spelling and grammar appreciated, mostly.
The two of us