30 San Francisco, United States
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My self-summary
I am the person on the left in the photo. Just returned to SF after a brief exile in the Pacific Northwest.

I think I'm a nice, generally intelligent and interesting guy, although I'm sure most people feel that way about themselves.

Recently I suffered an injury to my hands, which was startling, and also the best thing that's ever happened to me (in part because I got to keep both hands).

Don't really know what I do for work, but they keep paying me, so I don't complain in public.
What I’m doing with my life
Yet to be determined. I've bounced around the world for a while without settling on exactly what I'm up to. Just came off a project in international disaster management. Currently talking a lot.

Overall, I care about climbing things, collecting stories, repeating them, and arguing with intelligent people. Also walking to places.
I’m really good at
Moving large objects, telling stories that happened, getting on top of places.

I can brew a nice beer, mix a decent cocktail, and cook quite well as long as there's no baking. I absolutely love feeding people.
The first things people usually notice about me
Tall skinny white boy. I'm told I look like a vampire, which is unsettling.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Print: 100 yrs of solitute, Catch 22, NYer magazine.
Video: Breaking Bad, Parks and Rec., 30 Rock
Music: Lil Wayne (don't judge, it can change your life if used correctly)
Food: All things.
The six things I could never do without
Air, Water, Light, Calories, My Organs, Bicycles.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Ways to be proud of my life forty years from now. This boils down to whether to concertedly search for a plausible job, or move to Africa/ Asia again and build up my reserves of wonder.
On a typical Friday night I am
Studying cocktail menus so I can pretend to be cool later. Riding MUNI to and from.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
As a child, having learned that ducks migrate annually, I insisted on saving the bathwater in the tub. 'For the ducks'.

I like this. If this is how far we come in the first twenty years, I can't imagine where we go with the next forty.
You should message me if
If you're not easily offended. If you like yourself.

Also, anyone you climbs/ boulders, please say hi. That outweighs all other factors.

And please do not start off by telling me about how intuitive you are. Everyone thinks they are intuitive. Its called being a human being. If you really do have something special going on, you wont need to say so.