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My self-summary
Just finished law school. I'm taking the summer to split a house in Kingfield with my best friend. In a few months I'll be moving to a city and getting on the corporate treadmill. Until then it's hiking and camping and writing and blacksmithing late into the night.

Life... doesn't suck.
What I’m doing with my life
Living it.
I’m really good at
I like to do things. I like doing for the sake of doing and learning for the sake of doing more. Life is short - but I'm still going for 100% completion.
The first things people usually notice about me
I asked some friends. For better or for worse… here are their answers:

”You have really pretty eyes.”
“You need a shave.”
“Your necktie. Which is tied in a knot that hasn’t been used in, like, a hundred years.”
“Shut up.”
“You’re ugly and nobody will ever love you.”
“You smell like orchids have been fucking.”
“You’re wearing a suit, WHY ARE YOU WEARING A SUIT???”
“You’re being attacked by ice bears.”
“You’ve got very pretty eyes.”
“This is for OKCupid isn’t it?”
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I know some brilliant people who have completely different tastes than me. It's not what a person likes; it's why they like it.

I like to cook. I like to try new recipes - I've been going country by country and cooking representative meals, it's like travel.

I like to hike. I like to make camp by the side of the trail and fall asleep beneath the stars. I've been on two bicycle tours and I'm thinking about a third.

I don't like to write - but I sure do keep doing it.
Six things I could never do without
I have a computer, a bicycle, a chef's knife, and a pourover cone. Everything else is negotiable.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Countries to visit. Countryside to explore. Startups to upstart. Cocktails to shake.
On a typical Friday night I am
Cooking a four-course meal. Eating it. Chaining postprandial espressos until I can move again.

Blacksmithing. I used to be good at it. I'm not anymore! But it's still fun!

Writing an essay about how Gaddis' life of Kennan is actually, unintentionally, an anti-biography. It's amazing. The book examines in great detail all these powerful events of Kenna's youth and life, and then goes on to show how none of them had the least effect upon his character or his work. It is the apotheosis of the bureaucratic - like Magritte's homme as painted by David. A-MAY-ZING.

As soon as the snows melt: camping on the mountain-side. Waking with the dawn.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I have miles to go before I sleep.
You should message me if
The two of us