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My self-summary
I distrust people who call themselves "makers", wear white athletic socks anyplace other than a tennis court or soccer field, don't have any books in their bedroom or art on their walls.

I believe in one perfect, Platonic-like, solid: the bicycle. Two triangles or a bifurcated diamond, however you want to think about it. I laugh every time I see a Kickstarter that is trying to "solve" cycling. You cannot solve perfection.
What I’m doing with my life
Forgetting to use the granny gear, and reading big, long books slow and hard.
I’m really good at
Learning over and over the value of being able to throw away something I created and once thought was brilliant and perfect.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I have a penchant for cheap American Chinese. I only recently learned that whiskey and cheese go amazingly well together.

"House of Leaves" is like a fire I know I carry, but must be careful about getting too close to.

I rewatch Star Trek episodes when I'm feeling sad, and into new and varied terrain when I am not sad. BSG, House of Cards, The Expanse, Six Feet Under, Bojack Horseman, Rick and Morty... yeah, that kind of stuff.

Recently obsessed with Bon Iver's "22, A Million". Always love Andrew Bird, Miles Davis, Gould playing Bach, and "In the Aeroplane Over the Sea", which, honestly, blows the rest of that away, but we can't just stand still, can we?
The six things I could never do without
Friends who love enough to be uncivil. Six times from Sunday.

Lovers who know the dance of objectification, when to move closer to the edge, when to fall back. Seven times from Sunday.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How strange it is to be anything at all.

How the incidental and the inevitable are really the same thing seen from different sides of the mirror.
On a typical Friday night I am
Staring intensely in the cheese isle of some deserted grocery store, waiting for the winds of fate to speak to me. If you stop to help, you might be my soulmate.
You should message me if
You also think that the most important issue facing humanity is the bastardization of the martini.