30 Madison, United States
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My self-summary
I work part time. I don't really buy things, and that's OK. I have lots of time to study and work on projects. You can solve some pretty complex problems when you only take in stuff related to that problem (and when you are bored enough). It's also great, because If I meet someone (especially the sorta kid I don't want to let down) who wants to talk about non-material topics, I'm always ready.

Things that are not really on my radar: Drugs, Alcohol, Piercings, tattoos, how someone looks, fashion, food.

Things that are on my radar: lightning, defeating bad guys, wisdom, robots, solar eclipses, keeping the world safe, deservingness, not taking things for granted, and how to help dear ones to achieve their potential
What I’m doing with my life
Currently working at a daycare and studying Tech, Philanthropy, and Psychology on my own. I also work on cool (I think) projects related to those fields.

Been trying to train and eat like a bodybuilder. I didn't think it would be this easy, think I'll stick with it.
I’m really good at
Fighting injustice with words... and letting my fists do the talking O.o
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
compassionate child rearing
the psychopathy of everyday life
nurture shock
Non-violent communication


protein powder
leafy greens

F-zero GX
Ninja Gaiden
Metroid Prime

But to me, these are all just metaphor for something more important. If you have excellent problem solving skills, I'd be interested in your hobbies too.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
The simple things (hanging out, eating oranges, spending time together), Probability of an existential catastrophe (Molecular nanotech weapons, Wars, Engineered pandemics, Nuclear war). How likely sociopaths, psychopaths, and the overconfident are the ones to pull the trigger. How those people can cause permanent mental damage to others. How humans are open enough to be able to cause permanent damage to them. What the opposite of permanent mental damage is.

At any moment, any given person anywhere in the world could decide to try their best in a field that affects me, and...COMPLETELY... CHANGE... EVERYTHING.

Oh man! someone reading this could decide that right now! :O
... ?

What is the nicest way to handle a situation where someone is mean to you.
On a typical Friday night I am
re-rewriting a paper/proposal, working on a cool project, reading internet news.
You should message me if
You're looking for someone to bear witness to your rise to awesomeness.

Some children really look up to me (perhaps even some children who don't exist yet might one day look up to me). If I let people speak to me the way most speak to each other on here, their precious minds would probably melt. I'm thinking, get as far away from that as possible lol.

I'm looking converse with people online who I get along with on an instant messenger. You should message me if you want to chat.

NOTE: Sometimes when I'm on the internet people pretend to be girls. I used to think "Egads I've been bamboozled! that jerk!" Lately I've been thinking, "maybe they were trying to tell me something. I should get something useful out of the conversation weather they are a boy or a girl?" I sometimes hear sad stories of girls who wish to be treated this way anyway. If you are trying to read between the lines of my messages, this might help.