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My self-summary
I'm a Swede and I work for myself and do pretty well so i get to enjoy more of life.

I am an actual geek, not only do I have a PhD in computing science, I also love d&d and cards against humanity. But I also have a black belt, sport a nifty beard and a tatoo - welcome to geek 2.0

There are {{},{{}}} types of people in the world, those who understand the construction of ordinal numbers in axiomatic set theory, and those who don't.

i'd like it if you already knew what the double slit experiment was

To add to my geek credentials I have recently taught myself the Elements song by tom lehrer by heart. Cant beat that - try not to flee to fast :p

I dont care about txt speak, personally i think its the continuing evolution of language and as long as I can understand what someone is saying i dont care about the transport mechanism. Hating txt speak is a classic first world problem, best to get over it.

If your a 'real' geek this might help:

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What I’m doing with my life
I work for myself in the field of IT security, its a fun and creative job and I get to work with a fantastic cast of characters when on a job.

Was reading some fascinating research thats done on OKC and was interested to read: 12% of women under 35 on OkCupid (and the internet in general, I'd wager) self-identify as bi. However only about 1 in 4 of those women is actually into both guys and girls at the same time.

So it seems (if this still holds true several years after the research) that many of the women listed as bi on here only message men, not that they are mostly interested in men but literally never send a message to a woman. If you have thoughts on this, please message me!!

Just in research: "Millions of people first met their spouses through online dating. But how have those marriages fared compared with those of people who met in more traditional venues such as bars or parties? Pretty well, according to a new study. A survey of nearly 20,000 Americans reveals that marriages between people who met online are at least as stable and satisfying as those who first met in the real world—possibly more so."
I’m really good at
Computers and Brains

Not so good at people
The first things people usually notice about me
My glasses
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I'm a huge Star Wars but enjoy most films excepting horror thanks to my terrible mirror neuron synethsesia!

I love Dan Harmon and Community, as well as enjoying Dexter.

Foods that are a must are Italian and Mexican
Six things I could never do without
1. A whiteboard
2. A never ending supply of pens
I spend a lot of time thinking about
There are no right or wrong relationships, only honest and dishonest ones.

Apparently for every dollar a man makes, a woman makes 70 cents. That's not fair! The man is only left with 30 cents!!
On a typical Friday night I am
I have just completed my exhaustive analysis of this years Fridays and the winner is - watching tv/playing xbox alone, second place was in with friends somewhere playing games and only just missed out by 3 votes. I'm not entirely sure people are honest with this question and seem to want their typical to be non typical, do the math people!
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
This account is no in limbo, and will not be checked regularly/if at all
You should message me if
Enjoyed this so much I wanted to post lyrics of Doubleclicks nothing to prove

entered this scene through rejection and honesty
Nerds weren't mean, they were weird and that worked for me
After 10 years of teasing when social skills failed me
Dungeons & Dragons cured all that ailed me

We read books, we played games, we made art, we watched Lost
We said things like "D20", "shipping" and "Mana cost"
It felt good to be myself, not being mocked
Still self-conscious, though, we whispered things about jocks

But one day, you grow up, come into your own
Now geek's not rejection - it's a label I own
Then ignorant haters come to prove me wrong
Tell me I'm not nerdy enough to belong

I've got nothing to prove
I've got nothing to prove
I've got nothing to prove

Fake Geek Girl test - that's a funny one, go ahead
How many comic books are there I haven't read?
I know it feels good to have a contest you win
It would feel even better if I wanted in

So women aren't geeks, so is that your conclusion?
That this is some secret club based on exclusion?
12-year-old dorks would say you're being selfish
And then they'd go write in their journals in Elvish

I've got nothing to prove
I've got nothing to prove
I've got nothing to prove

I've got cred but honestly, I shouldn't need it
This world needs all kinds of folks to complete it
You've got gamers, and artists and comic subscribers
Cosplayers, crafters and fan-fiction writers

You can stop - never say "fake geek" again
Our club needs no bouncers - all who want in get in
But go ahead, if you want, to own that role fully
I ain't got nothing to prove to a bully!

I've got nothing to prove
I've got nothing to prove
I've got nothing to prove
The two of us