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My self-summary
I'm a French model.
Uhh.. Bonjour?

Schadenfreude. That's my brain in one word.

I've driven across the US a few times, and have been to every coastal state (if you don't consider Alaska to be a "coastal state"). I love to travel when I can, and I'd like to visit some other places in the world soon.

Decided to change this since I haven't been essentially residing in Connecticut for well over a year now...
What I’m doing with my life
Keeping the world safe for democracy, one electrode at a time (I weld on fast-attack submarines).

Also doing very nerdy projects, like engineering weather-balloon apparatus to approximate how much radiation Felix Baumgartner was exposed to on his record-breaking near-space jump. All because a friend said "I wonder how much radiation Felix Baumgartner was exposed to on his record-breaking near-space jump."

As of late, I've been spending most of my nights shedding my beer gut. This is a new thing for me, and I have to say I'm pleased at how well I'm doing.

I'm going to tackle at least one-third of the White Mountains 4000-footers this year... if life doesn't get in the way.
I’m really good at
Roundhouse kicking the heads off of villains! I have over 9000 trophies to attest to my roundhouse-kicking abilities.

I'm told that my ability to recall song lyrics is impressive.

Friends tell me that I can pull it together and rock the microphone to some Run DMC karaoke style, even if I'm sloppy-drunk.

Also, I can drop some serious geek knowledge when I have to.

...and explain it about as well as Bill Nye can.

I like to take photographs with film, although I'm not sure how good I am at it.
The first things people usually notice about me
My awesomeness.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books? I love the shit out of some books! Fight Club (the ending of the book was better than the movie), 1984, Marine Sniper, Shadow Divers, Brave New World, One Man's Wilderness. I tend to read sensationalized nonfiction. If I read fiction, it's almost always sci-fi.

Movies- Fight Club, Moon, Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels, The Big Lebowski, Star Wars (the Holy Trilogy- not that episode 1 2 3 bullshit), Pulp Fiction, The Blues Brothers, Clerks. I also like somewhat mindless action films like the first two Terminator films, the first three Die Hard films...

Television- The Colbert Report, Wilfred, Aqua Teen Hunger Force... Quantum Leap.

Music- I could go on for days. I'll just say that I'm not big on country, opera, or buttrock. If you've ever had Deltron 3030, Weezer's blue album, or any Miles Davis on heavy rotation for any length of time- we will get along swimmingly. I have a tendency to enjoy anything produced by Prince Paul and/or Dan the Automator, and a kind of picky selection of punk rock.

Food- I like food. Food tastes good. Juicy burgers, greasy fries, turkey legs, raw fish eyes.
Six things I could never do without
Swiss army knife, duct tape, paper clip, leather jacket, aviator glasses, mullet.

Wait, no. Those are the things that MacGyver could never do without.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Dead mathematicians. Metallurgy. The WOD. Reproductive habits of sarlaacs. Ambient pressure. RF Propagation on upper HF. Why is my dog doing that? Where is my floss? I need to floss my teeth right-fucking-now. Laundry. Why does it seem like there is always laundry to be done?

Also, I always have at least one song stuck in my head.
On a typical Friday night I am
scoring with Ms. Pac-Man.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I still sometimes listen to early 90s grunge.
You should message me if
You're not a douchebag, and have something to say.

Or if you want to go kayaking. I like doing that.
The two of us