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My self-summary
If you're having to endure the human condition, I feel bad for you, son/I got 99 problems and no hopeful note to end this sentence on.
What I’m doing with my life
My main project right now is learning about thinking techniques for banishing unwanted feelings, dissolving procrastination, unpacking and rewriting subconscious beliefs... basically fixing the brain bugs that hold us back. I'm just starting this journey, and sometimes it feels like DIY brain surgery, where my surgical tool is a sword. And the sword is covered in bacteria.

I'm pretty much a wantrepreneur. All I've wanted is success and meaningful work outside of the mainstream hamster wheels, but I'm still trying to figure out how to make that happen.
I’m really good at
Acting like a pseudo intellectual to pretend I'm clever, faking modesty to pretend I'm humble, faking faking modesty to pretend I have confidence, lying (not really I'm lying), ironic meta, weird self referencing chains of sentence fragments, stretching jokes too far.

I also occasionally make songs on the computer that other people told me were good (which I can't quite determine either way when I'm too close to the project)
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Science audiobooks I can listen to and reclaim the time spent sitting in traffic or doing boring shit. Thinking Fast and Slow was pretty good. I don't get through whole books often

My favorite shows are the ones I consider quality comedies with sharp writing, examples are:
It's Always Sunny, Archer, Community, Arrested Development, Party Down

Food: seared tuna (mmm delicious heavy metals)
I also worked out a way to make ice cream that's almost nutritionally complete. Most people would improve their diets by eating it every day, and it tastes like dark chocolate with an undertone of nuts
Six things I could never do without
Wine and tits

(5 tits so that the math checks out)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Exactly how I want(ed) to phrase something
Imagined futures, remembered pasts.
Stupid scenarios or premises
Wordplays (If Microsoft had a statistical supercomputer AI in China for handling search queries, it would be An Asian Bayesian Beijing Bing Being)

Brains, biology, psychology (it's too fun to apply in an armchair anecdotal way, especially through the lens of evolution), dynamics in a society, living well (both how and what does it even mean)

Is much of our fiction consumption to the subconscious end of filling empty dunbar slots?

Do chess knights know they don't move in straight lines? Or are they otherworldly beast fighters with a totally alien sense of geometry?

This section wants badly to expand out of control. I am a thinking addict.
On a typical Friday night I am
I'm probably being anti social. Working out alone, reading internet, or maybe drunken philosophizing over the phone. I barely drink anymore but I've had phenibut and it's kinda the same thing without the dehydration, impairment, or ruined sleep.

You should message me if
If you have a high enemy percentage with me and want to challenge me to a duel (if you're male) or offer angry hate sex (if you're a female)


If you're analytical or at least have tolerance for some sarcasm and occasional philosophical rants

If you value cool conversations. I like silly ones, intellectual ones, real ones, vulnerable ones where people connect.... let's not stay stuck in the box of boring chit chat, essentially

Honestly if you're still reading that alone makes you cool in my book
The two of us