Long Answer: I'm a mathematics curriculum and professional development coordinator for a bunch of high schools in NYC.
In my non-mathematical time, I enjoy bar trivia, social sports leagues, and long walks on the beach. The best part about being finished with graduate school is that I have time to read for pleasure again.
If money were not an option, I would: play in a sports league 5 nights a week, teach one class a couple of days a week, travel on the weekends visiting locales and friends, and have a personal chef.
Currently reading: A History of School Mathematics, Stanic and Kilpatrick (Eds.) & A Dance with Dragons by George R. R. Martin.
Recently finished: A Feast for Crows by George R. R. Martin.
Note: I have not watched the show yet, so no spoilers!
Movies: Horror movie trailers, but not the actual movies themselves.
Most recently watched film: The Lobster.
Shows: Arrested Development > everything else.
I try to keep the shows I watch to a minimum. An exhaustive list of the shows I'm currently watching is: Last Week Tonight, The Big Bang Theory, Shameless, Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, Archer, Better Call Saul, Silicon Valley, Sherlock.
Music: I was in a band. We played Ska music. I'm sorta late to the music scene. I've been listening to Them Crooked Vultures on loop though lately.
Food: I am mildly allergic to raw red onions.
Vision, in the literal sense.
Lists, listing, and the Oxford comma.
Recently, the Fermi Paradox and what camp I land in when it comes to the Great Filter.
Also, I probably have more nephews than you. And I don't drink coffee.
...you have a math test coming up and you need something answered.
Part of me just wants a girl who I can just feel comfortable taking home to meet my family and play board games with us (mostly Scrabble but we've been branching out a bit lately).
If you're unsure of what to say, here's a question: If you could live in a foreign country, where would it be? Why there and not Portugal? If it is Portugal, why Portugal and not Kyrgyzstan?