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My self-summary
My friends say that I'm "kind, funny, and good looking".

What's that? Oh, apparently they said "kinda funny looking". :-\
What I’m doing with my life
I'm working as an engineer for a tech start-up. It's an intense job, but very rewarding.

I've been in London for about two years now, and really love the city. London is where all of the stuff is. After bouncing around the world for a little while, London is where I'm planning to stay for the long term (depending on how certain political situations shake out).
I’m really good at
Baking. I make spectacular cinnamon rolls. I'm an okay cook too, but baking is where I really shine.

I'm good at fixing things too, but I was probably the person who broke it in the first place!
The first things people usually notice about me
AuPamplemousse once told me that how I speak and write reminded her of Douglas Adams. Hardly the first thing that people notice, but a lovely thing to be told.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I love movies and books, and can talk about them forever.

It's a Wonderful Life, Breaking Bad, Father Ted, Casablanca, Inception, carbonara, Modest Mouse, Portal, The Apartment, The Matrix, Sufjan Stevens, Sigur Ros, lasagna, 1984, His Dark Materials, Excession

These don't really fit into any of the above categories, but The Thrilling Adventure Hour and The Lizzie Bennet Diaries are the very best of the internet. Welcome to Night Vale too.
Six things I could never do without
Spending some time as a backpacker before I came to the big city, gave me a small list of things I really need:

Decent cooking facilities
People to talk to
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Technology and the future, and how expanding automation is going to affect the world of work.
On a typical Friday night I am
Playing boardgames with friends, or having a drink with colleagues, or just sitting at home with a book or a podcast.
You should message me if
if you want to have a great big long conversation about anything while we walk around a gallery pretending to understand "art".
The two of us