I'm adjusting to life in Cleveland after some time away from home. My plan is to enter a licensure program so that I can teach high school English, lest I be confined to precarious adjunct work.
I'm hoping to meet someone with passions and interests that aren't tied entirely to fetishized consumer-objects. It's important for me to have stimulating and challenging conversations with people, and I certainly don't think formal education is the only way to get there. Basically, I'm trying to avoid stagnation, and I'm hoping to grow as a person through whatever form of interactions this dating site affords me.
Film: Ikiru, 8 1/2, What About Bob
Music: Tom Waits, David Bowie, Minutemen
Books: Brothers Karamazov, The Trial, in the Heart of the Country
Shows: MST3K, Bit of Fry and Laurie, That Mitchell and Webb Look
2. Not making lists
3. Not making lists
4. Not making lists
5. Not respecting list-parameters
Mostly, though, I think about food. And the other thing, of course.
Moreover, to the psychological problem behind this phenomenon: The reason you're posting such a reply is most likely either A) You honestly think that you're maintaining some kind of sanctum of privacy while having an online profile, or B) You think it's a joke...a brilliant joke. Like, you have your finger on the pulse of our hypocritical notions of privacy in the internet age, and you're ribbing without reprieve at this bloated bourgeois behemoth of self-contradictory contemporary mores (okay, I'll grant you, that's too much alliteration...if this were a writing class, I'd mark myself off a few points for that, as well as this over-lengthy self-interrupt) by pointing out that this website is asking for a logical contradiction, in which case. But I contend that you would be mistaken, either way.