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My self-summary
I am an indeterminate particle in an asymmetric orbit relative to the spin of an otherwise normal planet which may or may not be doomed due to the failure of human evolution.

I have a very quirky sense of humor and enjoy pointless and silly conversation about stuff like armadillos, kangaroos, and Martian squeezy toys (which are awesome).

Also, I use the Dvorak keyboard. It's faster and better.

Openings: Is there an order to the universe, or a chaos held unto its own demise: Promulgation, a secret beheld yet unknown, and this not spoken but into the wind -

We listen to music, yet cannot grasp its meaning - what is this, a resonant frequency, elusive as it is felt, deeply, here to be more than a harmony invoking what - the Eternal Soul? I do not know, more than I know what a stone has seen, landed upon the beach from the sea.

A river, speaking breath to the land.
What I’m doing with my life
Kind of in transition at the moment.
I’m really good at
Playing Go / baduk / weiqi (sort of). Guitar. Breaking things. Putting things back together. Putting things on top of other things. Thinly veiling Monty Python references.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
The Grateful Dead, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Pink Floyd, Sigur Ros, Enya, Miles Davis, Sting and The Police, David Lanz, good electronic grooves on Internet stations. More recently just chilling on my soundcloud feed. The song 'Climbing Up The Walls,' by Radiohead, is just scary awesome though. But it's hard to explain neo-evolutionary paradigms usually.


Ulysses, James Joyce and all that meter-bending prosaic nonsense. Random philosophy at times.

Simon & Garfunkel are profoundly poetic.

The Yellow Submarine by The Beatles is excellent.

Classical and jazz are also enjoyable.

Dietarily, I like to eat healthy when I am able to. Quinoa is great. I like vegetables. I don't like hamburgers or really beef in general.

In general I can't stand modern television although there are a few exceptions such as Third Rock From the Sun. Used to be into Star Trek but mostly it's only watchable to laugh at anymore. The films, however, are excellent. Futurama is a fun show.

Classics like The Twilight Zone of course are interesting, if only for the sake of critique. Ideally I'd really rather not watch TV.
Six things I could never do without
Hydrogen, hydrogen, oxygen, intelligent conversations, pointlessly silly conversations, good music
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I have six toes on three feet. Also, I like to watch old cartoons. I sometimes talk to myself in cartoon voices.
You should message me if
You dig.
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