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My self-summary
Liberal, Feminist, Atheist, former vegetarian, Tina Fey-wannabe.

English major / Now a Librarian.

I used to sing the national anthem at sporting events. Yay Merka!

Feel the BERN! .... :(

Nasty Woman (R)
What I’m doing with my life
Sexy Librarian

Devoting hours and hours to reading things online. Politics, psychology, random Wikipedia articles, just immersing myself in information.
I’m really good at
People watching; It is an art.



The first things people usually notice about me
White Girl Booty. Glasses. Curly Hair. Sass.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Leaves of Grass
Les Miserables
Oryx and Crake
(I'm a librarian, so I could go on for a while)

Kill Bill
American Beauty
Life Aquatic
Being John Malkovich
Annie Hall
Eternal Sunshine

Mad Men
Downton Abbey
Call the Midwife
John Oliver
30 Rock
Game of Thrones
Kimmy Schmidt
True Detective

Florence + the machine
Murder by Death
Neko Case
Ray Lamontagne
John Mayer
Ella Mae Morse


Is Wine a food?
The six things I could never do without
My boyfriend
My doggies
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Figuring out how to live my own life, rather than just, you know, get married, pop out kids, etc. It kind of amazes me how almost nobody ever really questions the life society tells us to live. Nearly all my friends from college are married and having kids already. I mean, that's fine if that's what you want for yourself, but I worry that some of them never really contemplated it, just assumed that's what you do.

Gender, feminism, to what extent people are unaware of their own biases. My facebook newsfeed is awash in arguments where people regurgitate talking points as if it's their original idea. I think when most people are confronted with whatever new issue of the day the media is obsessed about, the average person thinks about it for a second and a half and picks a side based on their "gut." Then they just grasp at somebody's talking points and then act like they've made a real informed decision and want to make sure everyone hears their side of it. Seriously, most people act like they are politicians, they want to make a gut call, then never change their mind, otherwise they'd be flipfloppers. It's all part of our anti-intellectual society that looks down on statistics and research and throws praise on fortune-cookie sound bites. /end rant

--Wrote that a couple years ago, it sounds so quaint in the post-fact era.
On a typical Friday night I am
Drinking Absinthe, or cachaça, or G&T, or craft beer. Going to see some Jazz (tons of great spots in KC!).
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I have a tattoo. It's a Walt Whitman quotation. No I'm not going to send you a picture of it.
You should message me if
We're on here to meet people, make some new friends, and not let semantic labels decide what that means. Don't let vocabulary terms dictate how you live your life. Language is powerful, but we too often let words do our thinking for us.

Oh and please stop sending me messages that are explicitly sexual. I'm a sexually liberated woman, not a hole in the wall.