angus_82
34 Vienna, Austria
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My self-summary
I am pretty happy with my life as it is right now. I don’t want to change a lot, but I would like to expand my circle of friends, and OKC is, surprisingly, a pretty nice tool to do so.

I am very into polyamory for years (but I don’t think this is for everyone). I am in an happy primary relationship. For the moment, I don’t see a enough time for anything beside this relationship. (and no: you don’t have to have more relationships at once all the time. It’s foremost a statement how to deal with love.)

I like to argue … and I like to lose discussions. No, that’s not masochism, but I think that this is the best way of learning something new and a great way to expand the own world views. The key to this are facts. If you don’t like facts (because they are nasty, boring, cold and offend your worldview) .. I guess we might have issues.
What I’m doing with my life
I spend about 65% of my lifetime, like the most of us, with work and sleep.
The rest of the time, I love to go biking, wander through my garden, play games, read, write and do a lot of talking and reworking my point of views.
I’m really good at
I think its listening. the secret between is pretty simple: to improve your listening, try to shut your own mouth.
damn, that was a hard lesson ... but to be true: i like it now.

i think i am quite good in tinkering worlds ... but thats not for me to decide, is it?
The first things people usually notice about me
that i love to talk.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
it changes.

i like stuff that is unrealistic, but consistent in it self. The book as THE medium that tickles phantasy the most will always be the most interesting media for me … and to make a selection of my favourite books is to much to ask … mostly because I would give every other day a different answer.

Regarding shows, TV and movie its similar, but not the same. I enjoy also great consistent shows like game of thrones, but this media is for me more to shut down my mind … so I also like it quite trivial.

With computergames its different … here I like simulation … mostly stuff I can’t do for real, but in a way that feels real, from leading a country to flying a spaceship.
The six things I could never do without
(people and things you can do (from talking over sex to just look them into the eyes) with them don't count for things, isnt it?)
bike
internet
bookstore
shower
wikipedia
my garden
I spend a lot of time thinking about
() why people do things they don't like to do and never stop telling
me that doing things they would like to do is wrong.

that has been confusing me for years.

() Polyamory (not that often anymore ... but still)

() my novel

() idealists and how fast they become what they hate
On a typical Friday night I am
in 96%: in my home/garden/pool

i still didn’t make it to metalab. Perhaps it really is the pendant to the pub for geeks i was looking for…
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
i scare humanities scientist.
unintentionally.
You should message me if
you are a dreamy realist
or
you are sitting at your computer desk with your head resting on your left hand.
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