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My self-summary
How can I be a down-to-earth guy when I have such a passion for astronomy?

Anyway, at this time I'm sharing an apartment in Central MA with a great friend. I'm a science guy who in fact has a Bachelor of Arts, and loves cartography and astronomy, and has since childhood. I'm a nerd who likes nerd stuff, and that's the way it is. I won't change that for anyone. Sports bars and country music don't do much for me. Except for the bar part.
What I’m doing with my life
I graduated with a degree in environmental science, with a focus on Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Currently I work in the car parts industry. It's not something I can do forever. That's why I'm taking additional GIS courses. I'm very career driven, to achieve self-sufficiency and work-life balance. I will never depend financially on a relationship.
I’m really good at
Directions. I never use GPS. I even try to do math by hand when I can.
The first things people usually notice about me
Teeth, even though I don't have much of a teethy smile. Thus far I have gotten one cavity at age 22.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Authors: J. G. Ballard, Stephen King, Junji Ito, Tsutomu Nihei
Movies: Dodgeball, Office Space, Wreck It Ralph, Ted
Shows: Family Guy, Portlandia, It's Always Sunny, Tim & Eric, Rick & Morty
Music: 80's, 90's pop, Nerdcore, Jazz, Ambient
Food: Southern BBQ
Podcast: Skeptic's Guide to the Universe
Radio: Science Friday, Wait Wait, This American Life, Radio Lab
Six things I could never do without
Furry pets
Scion xD, which is NOT the boxy car
Samsung Galaxy S7
Desktop computer
I spend a lot of time thinking about
when and where the first high-speed rail line will be in this country. Probably Texas out of all places. Trains are a great interest of mine.
On a typical Friday night I am
commuting home, where the traffic seems to be the very worst at that time. Saturday night is when I go to karaoke. I sing. What do I sing? Well, I was never in high school chorus, and my first two colleges had hardly any performing arts programs. If nobody recorded it, I sang good, right?
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm also very scientific. I'm into the skeptic movement. I am not spiritual or new-agey, not a conspiracy theorist, oppose alternative medicine, and generally don't believe paranormal claims. Carl Sagan said "Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence." This is very important to me.
You should message me if
you can put a complete sentence together. Not even that. Just beginning with a capital letter and ending with punctuation, so I don't have to strain my vision to see where one statement ends and another begins!
The two of us