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My self-summary
I recently noticed my roomate updated his profile to not only show off his prose (exhibitionist) but the complexity of his heart, soul, and thought (all things I secretly admire).

Here is my attempt:

I believe in astrology in the same way children who successfully play house believe in parenting. When I was younger, because I was the youngest at the time and the roles of mother and father were taken, I played the cat. I love animals. My first real pet was a black cat with smoky fur named Duchess. Duchess was a he. He was one of the only cats I have met that has fulfilled my personal credo: to love and be loved. Since his departure my heart throbs mostly at the sight of dogs. My family dog is a Yorkie named Oedipus who I rescued off the street. I never thought I would have a purse dog but now I understand why certain people and animals go together.

I read and write poetry. I obsess over social media (because my friends are everywhere) and for a short while I volunteered for an internationally acclaimed poetry journal as an on-call Facebook and Twitter junkie (Tumblr not so much). There is one book I read nearly every week of my life and if you ask kindly I will share its name with you. This should go without saying, but it is an blessing to have even lived just this once.

Long live the contortion of the sacred and profane.
What I’m doing with my life
Graduate school.
Reading a lot of poetry.
Thinking about dogs (mostly corgis).
I’m really good at
Getting to know every single person in a room. Listening.
The first things people usually notice about me
Recently: my hair, my glasses.
Neither of which are things I actually care about.
Please notice my smile. I guarantee for the most part it's sincere.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Tomaz Salamun.
Carl Phillips.
Vanessa Place.

Deleuze & Guattari
Lacan. Lacan. Lacan.

All music without words.
Leave all boring propaganda at the door.
The six things I could never do without
My books and my friends who seem to continuously write themselves and make my world appear, rodie soadies, tight jeans, loose-fitting shirts, and the world's vast and free collection of online porn.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Psychological Schematics and Postmodernism.
How one of side of the internet manages to remain right-wing.
How the internet has sides.
How my black grandmother reposted Donald Trump on Facebook.
Horse girls, tostadas, books that are tall and skinny. Twitter speak.
On a typical Friday night I am
Buying a book I can't afford to support an artist I love.
Destroying someone else's liquor cabinet.
Taking long, slow breaths as I step into the party.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I pick my nose sheepishly.
You should message me if
You have resources, time, and the aptitude to acquire more vices. You have the ability to become instant friends. If you like books. If you want to talk politics, global communication networks, archives, authenticity, or financial collapse. If you consume moderately high amounts of whiskey (as in almost daily and definitely on the weekends).

Side note: Feminism.