36 Littleton, United States
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My self-summary
Do my part as a rational human. Less driven by emotion , more reliant on data, its nuance and the bigger picture. That does not stop me from 'being wild' ( statistically insignificant part of life ;) ) once in a while. More cautious about logical fallacies than being fed on pulp fictions.

I like to observe the details in surrounding . Human mind is an amazing thing, it can perceive its own reality ( quantum mechanically ) . It is worth of spending time to retrain the brain and look at the world with new lenses.

A discussion on anthropology, ethics, philosophy, politics over a glass of wine ( okay , may be two ) is a desirable social life for me. It also helps to keep the separation between my job and other pursuits.

I don't watch (or own) television or play video games. There are far more interesting objects in this world and beyond to talk about. However, if you are into television and movies that is perfectly fine. I do believe everyone finds their own 'mojo' and others ( responsible adults ;) ) are not allowed to be judgemental.
What I’m doing with my life
Reached a stage of realization when I will do anything but won't do that ( yea yea , i know that a meatloaf line ;) )

Paying attention to details ( macro photography , latest interest )

Hiking, camping, reading, photography, cooking, wine tasting - stuffs to take control over my Telomeres ;)

I probably belong to Existentialism school. Living with free will ( while fully aware of Kierkegaard and Sartre ).
I’m really good at
'to make it worse' ; Nirvana knew it.
The first things people usually notice about me
don't think I am noticeable - at least I try not to be :)
( existentialism thought again)
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
All time favourite so far -
Godel, Escher, Bach: An Eternal Golden Braid
Thinking Fast and Slow - Daniel Kahnman

Music - classic rock
world music ( i lived in multiple continents so 'world' is a geographical concept unlike Football /Hockey/Poker world series ;) )
The six things I could never do without
Cleaned up the list, I found NOTHING.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
'unthinkable'. I always wonder how difficult it is to think about unthinkable if you understand the 'thinking' part . for example -

what happens when one is no longer 'living' but the the digital profile is still active in social sites like okc , facebook ete. Someone is 'liking' that profile or sending a msg. How the real/unreal semantics works in that situation.

the other type of thinking is from blue cheese ( penicillium infested ;) )

the other thing i think a lot is about what is my food ( trying to eliminate any kind of additives / flavonoids in any quantity ). that means, i am a believer in farm-to-table with no man-in-the-middle meddling in the business.
On a typical Friday night I am
Trying my own recipes , pairing with wine ( i am a non-affiliated sommelier ) . I own a real mammoth ivory corkscrew opener, just so you know - i am pretty serious about my oenology ;)
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I don't because it keeps getting updated everyday.
You should message me if
don't expect things in life like a checkbox. you can laugh at yourself , realize your existence does not mean anything to this planet ( categorically speaking ! ) . I am very appreciative of an active , equal , no-drama partner. Mutual respect is more important than communication in my experience.

And of course , drink wine ( non negotiable ).