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My self-summary
The main concept I keep coming back to is that life shouldn't be about a straight path to consistency. It should be about the 7,392 that make you very nervous, applied weekly, until dead.

I am now a firmware engineer, but for years I waited tables to support a writing habit. I don't regret a moment of it because it gave me a great perspective on life, and human nature; not to mention an uncanny knowledge of etiquette, wine tasting habit, the odd need to call all strangers sir/miss, an astounding memory for minutia, and recurrent nightmares. For the most part that part of my life is behind me now.

I'm into the future, I believe in sustainable, cheap, localized power; vertical farms and personal automation.

All I want to do:

~build robots ( who may or may not know how to knit)
~travel the world (all the major cities on the east coast, Central America, Indonesia )
~learn to fly a zeppelin
~learn to sail
~learn to play the Harpsichord, Cello and Sitar
~banter with witty people about nonsense
~write awesome stories and see them play out before me
~do crazy things, spontaneously with crazy people who are spontaneous.

I'll still try anything twice.

This being said I am part of a polymamorous relationship, this means that I have multiple, serious, romantic partners. I have chosen this life style because I enjoy the idea of building a small community that supports one another. I do everything in my power to be there for my partner, make them feel appreciated, and get to know their other partners.
What I’m doing with my life
Engineering, running a Live Action Role-Playing plot line, finding random things to do, working my way through every brewery in the Unites States and eating dill and sea salt triscuits.
I’m really good at
Juggling, learning new things, Ken-Ken, showing up, "phoning it in", fighting with padded swords, witty banter, math, meta-fiction, playing nonsensical games with children, public speaking, improvisation, sorting out conflicts, forgetting names, forcing myself to do terrifying things and noticing when sentences have been ended with prepositions.
The first things people usually notice about me
Many people tell me that I am intense when they first meet me. The second, and most profound, thing people notice about me is that I don't grow any hair.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Stranger in a Strange Land, Wheel of Time, The Dark Tower series, Elegant Universe, anything by Vonnegut or Bradbury.

My favorite book is The Martian Chronicles. My favorite poem is Jabberwocky.

Movies: The Shawshank Redemption, Fight Club, Primer, Iron Man, Serenity, The Dark Knight Trilogy, Lord of the Rings, the First Three Star Wars, Hook, No Country for Old Men, Let Me In, Event Horizon, Safety Not Guaranteed, John Dies at the End. I'm a sucker for a documentary. The best ones: The Civil War, The Day The Universe Changed, Cosmos.

TV: I binge watch series online, Breaking Bad, Firefly, Battlestar Galactica, Game of Thrones (I'm a heathen who hasn't read the books yet), House, Doctor Who, Burn Notice, Stargate: Universe, Justice League Unlimited, Batman: the Animated Series, Samurai Champloo.

Music: The Counting Crows, Tom Waits, The Glitch Mob, Loreena McKennitt, Tori Amos, Tool, Zoe Keating, Coheed and Cambria, The Gin Blossoms, Roger Clyne and the Peacemakers, The Smashing Pumpkins, The Black Keys, Florence and the Machine, The Beatles, Paul Simon, The Squirrel Nut Zippers, Live, Beats Antique, Baroque Chamber Music, Clutch, They Might Be Giants ... always up to be introduced to new music.

Food and Beverage: I mostly eat my own words and drink grim determination, but I also like craft beer. I drink local at home and when I travel, as a matter of culture not sustainability. I love it all but mainly I'm a Porter fan. I like wine too, mostly red and then mainly Zinfandel. I enjoy the challenge and result of pairing food and wine. I like finding new foods, love BBQ (Kansas City style is best, but all is good), Thai, and Arabic.
I'm also a sucker for bourbon.
Six things I could never do without
(in no particular order)
6. An outlet for expression
5. Physical activities
4. Books
3. Things to tinker with
2. Dill and sea salt triscuits
1. Good beer
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How machines work, how social systems work, quantum physics (specifically how an observer, namely me, affects the observed), whether to use "effects" or "affects" and trying to decide what I want to do next.
On a typical Friday night I am
Exploring. Some new restaurant, bar, coffee shop, alleyway, art exhibit, concept, band, book, dance....
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I still don't get it...
You should message me if
You have any inclination to message me. Yes, I like to date, but am not here solely for dating. We will either get along famously or not, it'll sort itself nicely.

I'll even give you an icebreaker.

If you were granted one wish, but it had to benifit exactly one other person directly, what would you wish for?

Or how about:

You are creating the constitution of your brand new government. What is the first thing on your Bill of Rights?


You gain superpowers, you get to pick them. What are they and for what will you use them?

How easy is that!
The two of us