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My self-summary
Okay. So I'm a control freak, but only about my own space. I'm all plans and clever ideas, except when I meet someone I actually like, and then I just want to do what they want to do. I go out and do new things as often as I can, because falling into ruts is unfortunately easy for me, if I let it happen.

I'm a huge nerd. Like, seriously, the biggest nerd. I care about space travel, I want to see us land on another planet physically before I'm an old man. I care about this a lot. No joke.

There's so much more about me. But I've likely already talked most visitors out of me already, so I'll just hold onto that. :)
What I’m doing with my life
All sorts of interesting things have kept my life busy. Travel. Pick-up soccer. Experimenting with vodka. Learning how to cook again. Forgetting how I used to cook. Saying 'yes' to more than I say 'no' too.
I’m really good at
Philosophizing about stuff that's on the Sci-fi channel. Fixing people's problems. Inventing words. Driving.
The first things people usually notice about me
My collection of witty T-shirts, my height, or the fact that I can only barely grow a goatee. Let me tell you, that last one's been a pain. I talk a lot about random shit, and genuinely find myself coming off like an alien or robot to new people.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Science textbooks, sci-fi, mystery novels, and art books full of chrome and clean lines.

Movies: Hackers will forever hold its place as my favorite movie. I don't expect others to agree. Only accept that my favorite might be trolling reality.

Shows: Uhhhh... hmm. When I was in college (and studying it), CSI was amusing. But then it got all sci-fi, which normally I like, but I dunno. Nowadays, I guess it's Burn Notice. Because pretending to be a spy is on my to-do list.

Music: You name it, I've listened to it, and have a generally positive opinion about it... hopefully.

Food: All food has potential. I prefer tang to savory. But if it's meant to be ingested, I'm down.
Six things I could never do without
Hrm. Well, in an Apocalyptic setting, the bottom of Maslow's hierarchy of needs tends to dictate that. BUT OTHERWISE, in daily life, I usually have a hand upon the following:

My iPhone (Need to kill 20 minutes in line? Boom)
My Car (I love to walk and bike! Just not to actually get somewhere)
My Clothing (Nudity... approved at home, frowned on in public)
My Friends (All of them are good, including the fictional ones)
My collection of books (I am literally surrounded by books at almost all times)
My imagination (Cuz stuff gets boring without it)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Physics. Math. How to do something in a new way. Inventing a new form of communication. Guitar tabs. How the government could sponsor superheroes.
On a typical Friday night I am
awake, doing something.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I carry a lot of interesting stuff behind relatively closed door. A childhood of well-meaning breaking and entering, larcenous gardening... most of junior high was, for me, a bit like being part of the Ocean's Eleven. We did some crazy stuff. We never got caught.
You should message me if
you're bold enough to do so. I dig forwardness. Makes me far less shy and awkward.
The two of us