libfrequency
32 Denton, United States
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My self-summary
I'm pretty sure I'm moving to Denton in a month. I don't know anyone so you should befriend me and show me all the sweet places I could have easily googled.

I'm only a beggar man whom nobody owns.

I'm straight edge and vegetarian, but it's ok if you're not. It's ok if you are too. Either way is ok. If drinking is integral to your personality I'll probably only like you if it makes you fall down a lot because that shit is pretty funny.
What I’m doing with my life
I work on the internet, so mostly not leaving my house. P exciting, I know.
I’m really good at
being indifferent to things until I don't have them anymore.
keeping my mouth shut.
having soul, whilst not being a soldier.
looking like hair coming out of a hood.
The first things people usually notice about me
That they can see roughly 20 percent of my actual face. I'm mostly all hood, beard, hair and glasses. I'm like a mystery that put as little effort as possible into solving itself.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books/Comics: Vonnegut, Atwood, basically every dystopian novel ever (even Anthem but Ayn Rand is still a drag), books about the social and cultural impacts of sports, We Have Always Lived in the Castle, Murakami, The Outsiders, the sci-fi that came out before sci-fi was a marketable genre that led to seventeen book twelve thousand page series (because I think those are a drag), The Princess Bride, William Gibson, China Mieville, The Boys from Brazil, The Things They Carried, Alan Moore, basically any Batman book, Hellblazer, Saga, Sandman, a decent amount of DC superhero books, slightly less Marvel superhero books. I'm reading The Revenant right now, I haven't seen the movie but I like stories about people that are really really mad.

Music: Converge, Baroness, The Smiths, Joy Division, Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, Boysetsfire, basically any song that some sad asshole with a synth made in a shitty part of England between like 1978-1988, The Cure, Depeche Mode, the incarnation of emo where everyone just sounded like Jawbreaker, some old straight edge hardcore bands who are probably alcoholics now, Black Sabbath and a lot of the bands who've built careers aping Black Sabbath, The Misfits or anyone who has the gall to cover a Misfits song with a straight face, Sleater-Kinney, Prince, Wu-Tang, mixtape culture I'm really into buying records lately, things I have bought recently include Prince, Mclusky, Chet Baker, and Boards of Canada.

Movies: Wall-E is my favorite movie by a sizable amount. Basically any movie about the mob. Battle Royale. Danny Boyle, documentaries about the cultural and social impacts of sports, films about sad assholes with synthesizers in England, teenage melodrama, Leon: the Professional, most of the DC animated joints are pretty good, Miyazaki, Boyz n the Hood, Korean crime films, The Princess Bride. Basically if it's intended for children or an ultraviolent action movie there's a pretty good chance I'll like it.

Food: I mostly judge food by how effective it is as a cholula delivery vector.

Things I don't like: Ayn Rand, the song Crazy Train, people who are impolite to service workers, powercycling, sore throats, power metal that isn't Manowar, the phrase "xxx you've never heard of" or basically just clickbait in general, small talk (this isn't just me being dour, I would 100 percent rather not talk than talk about nothing), green olives, most egg-based condiments, pretension, spotty wireless connections, people that aren't very funny (especially if they're unaware.)
The six things I could never do without
The Simpsons seasons 3-8.

Chloraseptic, Halls, naproxen, warm saltwater, hot soup, honey.

The Smiths, Meat is Murder, The Queen is Dead, Strangeways Here We Come, Louder than Bombs, Rank ( I could probably live without Rank but it made six.)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How to be honest enough to make people around me uncomfortable.
How to avenge imagined slights.
Why some people talk so much.
What I could do to put myself in a position to never say the words "my job" again.
On a typical Friday night I am
Working, which is essentially sitting in my room wondering why people ask for my help with the dumb thing I do for a living if they don't actually want it.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
One time I was a state champion of something reasonably embarrassing, if you tell me a good secret I'll maybe tell you. I am the sole judge of what constitutes a good secret in this theoretical exchange though.
You should message me if
You should just do it, for sure. Even if you live a million miles away. If you're cute and funny and witty I'll probably hit on you and fall in love and try to figure out if I can move to Sao Paulo or wherever you live.
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