I am currently in a long-term open relationship with Its_aleaf, so if ethical polyamory isn't your thing...well, we can be friends.
The whole "like" system on OkC might feel stupid, but I probably won't message you unless there is a mutual like. I don't like the feeling of putting thought into a message without there being much of a chance for conversation. If you visit and don't give a like, I interpret that as "don't message me".
I'm pretty terrible at making the first move. Unless that move is d4.
I have some active hobbies, including:
Dormant hobbies of note are:
Long, thematic clues on crosswords
Movie quote identification
Sneaking in Skyrim
Music: Stan Rogers, Joe Dassin, Dmitri Shostakovich, and some other things
I like Pixar movies and am a bit of a connoisseur for "worst in history" productions, such as
-Be Somebody or Be Somebody's Fool
-Hercules in New York
-Manos: Hands of Fate
-Plan 9 (of course)
-Star Wars Christmas Special
Cookie Monster impressions
International vacations (20 countries and counting)
Python (the programming language, although I have nothing against the reptile)
Spicy, chewy red wine
...you happen to know of any terrible movies not listed...
I enjoy writing puzzles and riddles of all sorts. Here a couple of my favorites:
1. Drawn by the artists, but not on their easels,
Taken by theives, but always it's legal.
Caught by the lazy and lost by the sprinters,
More warm than cool, but seen only in winter.
2. What ends begin,
a memory's on
when soon to be found
While drinking too much in the Infinity Saloon, you agree to an n-uel with infinity other gunfighters. On the signal from the bartender, every gunfighter (yourself included) simultaneously fires a single shot that hits another gunfighter at random. Due to this random shooting, some gunfighters will get hit by one or more bullets, while some will get hit by none. If being struck by even a single bullet is enough to kill you, what is the probability that you survive the n-uel?