34 Seattle, United States
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My self-summary
I am half Japanese (the rest seems of no interest to other people, so it will go unmentioned). I was living in Japan and ignoring OkCupid to work a crap job with long hours. While there, I was able to find evidence for my hypothesis that, while I look Asian to Caucasians, I look Caucasian to Japanese (and yet, I look Korean to Koreans ...). So, I knew I looked Asian to Caucasians because of my eyes, but I look Caucasian to Japanese because of my nose. Hooray for being a mutt.

I also got married (which OkCupid seems to have a hard time updating). Previously, I had viewed marriage as merely a religious and political institution and the romantic notion of love as a more optimistic, sugar-coated view of infatuation and sexual attraction. Needless to say, I am no longer quite so curmudgeonly.

I am on fire, stomping on a puppy, and hungry
What I’m doing with my life
Accomplishing menial, degrading tasks that are beneath me for cash and producing art while contemplating my future existance where I will likely be caught in a 9 - 5 dead end job, making my diploma's usefullness be limited to fire kindling.
I’m really good at
Thinking positive.
The first things people usually notice about me
The same things that a person generally looks at when first noticing them: ethnicity, gender, eyes, mouth ...

... then my radiant personality...

Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: "Will There Really Be a Morning" (Francis Farmer), "Catfish and Mandala" (Andrew Pham), "The Bell Jar" (Sylvia Plath), "Close to the Knives: a memoir of disintegration" (David Wojnarowicz)
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Christians and anyone having anything to do with the administration of clinical psychology frighten me. So do people in the military, people with bleached-blond hair, and people with fake tans ... but not as much.

... In addition ... I'm a huge softy. It sucks.

You should message me if
If you have something to say. Also, I log in very seldom. When I do, I have messages from months ago and I think to myself, "I'm not going to respond to their message now; they already think I'm an asshole for not responding earlier." then proceed to merely read the message in sulky silence. So, I am now making mention of this so that anyone thinking of possibly messaging me will be forewarned and I will have, therefore, relieved myself of a fraction of the self-loathing that will come about when I will not respond to that message.