31Union City, United States
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My self-summary
I've lived in the North bay most of my life, I spend a lot of time contemplating board game strategies, commuting a ridiculous commute up and down the 880, I have a hard time sitting still and I like to fix things, so I pace around and start random projects around the house when I'm bored. I studied geology in Sacramento State, which inspired a minor rock climbing habit. I like to climb on rocks so I can ramble on about how they formed.

Some fun facts:
-I can frequently be found singing to myself
-I have a twin brother, who I periodically spontaneously harmonize with
-I prefer to walk/bike pretty much everywhere as long as it's relatively close to my place
-I like to stop and check out odd things sometimes, like a well-wired security camera or a weird shaped leaf
What I’m doing with my life
I work long and irregular hours right now, and that takes up most of my time. I work in construction, so I occasionally come home covered in concrete and mud.

I still manage to go out fairly regularly, so go me. We do board game nights on Saturdays, anyone for Stone Age? maybe Settlers?
I’m really good at
I'm a competent rock climber and I'm pretty good at fixing things and home maintenance shit. As much as I play tabletop games, I wouldn't say I'm any good at them. I'm also good at trivia, especially if it involves cryptozoology.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I'm up to date on A Song of Ice and Fire, so spoilers are impossible. I do audio books because I drive a lot. The book I most recently ear-read was Redwall.

As for music, I like punk, ska, ska-punk, ska pop punk, and third wave 2-tone rude skinhead skalypso. Most of the movies I see are in the form of Rifftrax.

I keep telling myself I'm gonna watch Battlestar Galactica, but it hasn't happened yet.

My favorite food, of course, is soylent green.
Six things I could never do without
1. Some sort of tabletop game
2. I suppose some people to play it with
3. Actually, we could just come up with our own games and that would probably be fine
4. My little bluetooth speaker
5. Some sort of audio source
6. I'm gonna go with otter pops
I spend a lot of time thinking about
If I suddenly found myself at this exact location, but in the 1500's, what would I do about bears? How would I adjust to life among the Ohlone tribes?
On a typical Friday night I am
I do a lot of tabletop gaming. Board games, RPGs, that kind of drek. My friends and I do regular board game nights, which are often on Friday, so typically I'll do that. It's not difficult to get me to go out to the odd concert, bike party, or art thing. I have been known to get drunk in parks at night and climb trees.
You should message me if
You should message me if it's an emergency and you need someone to call the fire department and there's no time to get up from your computer and find your phone. Admittedly, in this situation there is likely to be better options, but we can't rule this one out.

Also, if you can't get your universal remote to work properly. I know a thing or two about those.
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