neoprofin
31 Madison, United States
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My self-summary
I'm that person you used to know who used to do really absurd shit and it always seemed to work out. Quit your job in the recession, hook up with a foreigner and bring her home, join the military because you believe it's justified, and at the end you've got a wife and home and theoretically a UAZ van in Bulgaria that the local teens are probably having a great time with.

I've written a couple of novels too, they're shameless self indulgence.
What I’m doing with my life
Killing time for the next five years as a business owner, maybe having a few kids. Once my obligations are up it's all about disappearing into the wind. Latvia. Slovenia. Who knows.
I’m really good at
I like to think I'm pretty decent at a lot of things, including being humble enough not to say that I'm really good at them. My most honed skills would be in the arena of remembering a ton of otherwise useless and irrelevant data and recalling it at opportune times. In addition I'm fairly good at analyzing systems and looking for ways to improve efficiency, this is applied 10% to my job and 90% to trivial games and avoiding traffic.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
My taste in music, movies, and food is shameless. There are few things that have come to annoy me more than listening to people drone on about why their subjective tastes are better than the subjective tastes of others. People like the things they like, and whether their reasoning is defensible or not I'm beyond bored by people who who feel the need to inject their superiority into the situation.

Short list of personal favorites: Frankenstein, Lolita, Oscar Wilde, Dawn of the Dead, Transformers (1985), Workaholics, Arrested Development, Seinfeld, Mindless Self Indulgence, Girl Talk, Autre Ne Veut.

There is no short list for food. I hate dill and cilantro but I love all things not dill and cilantro.
The six things I could never do without
I could survive with a notebook and pen on a desert island, but a stable internet connection and some pants would certainly help.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
-Misinterpretations of history and international law.
-Nutritious cooking
-Cinematography in amateur/homemade pornography.
On a typical Friday night I am
Drinking myself into oblivion while playing emulated Nintendo games, having some people over for a few board games, or just tossing my feet up and enjoying a movie.
You should message me if
You read whatever you needed to and your interests and mine still align. We don't need to agree on smoking to grab a beer and we don't need to talk the Armenian genocide to be romantic. Of course if we agree about those things it doesn't hurt.
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