I am a geek/nerd who is looking for a supportive relationship with someone who is willing to try to understand me completely in all of my intricacies, and is willing reciprocate the same level of understanding back to me.
I am smart, creative, intellectual, and funny.
I work extremely part-time, and have been teaching myself to cook. (At some point I hope to be better than my mom, who if she quit her job in utilities law, could probably get a job as a three, four, or five-star chef.)
I am really good at things like: Math, Computer Science, and pretty much anything logical.
I am really bad at things involving communication with people. (having a social life, analyzing literature, writing, and pretty much anything else that involves human languages) please take note that I CAN actually do these things, it is just that I am really slow at it, as I would describe human language to be extremely imprecise, and therefore I often feel the need to say much more than most people would find necessary.
If you really want to know, message me.
I do not enjoy any kind of fiction in written form. However, I do once in a while like to sit down with a bunch of graduate level Mathematics and Computer Science textbooks and study, for the sole purpose of gaining knowledge.
- The entire Star Trek saga, except anything with the younger version of Kirk
- The entire Stargate saga
-The Big Bang Theory
- How I Met your Mother
- Doctor Who
- According to Jim
- Red Dwarf (This is a Brittish comedy version of Star Trek.)
- Criminal Minds (although, I am realizing that this is a show that should not be watched alone)
- Although, I do (as a general rule) like to try almost anything new.
Since my Mom is so musical, she tried to get me into playing an instrument very early. But, as I grew older, I found myself drawn to other things, and yet, my Mom still kept trying to push music on me. So, eventually I rebelled and sort of broke all ties with the musical world. However, over the years, I discovered that there were certain songs in movies and computer/video games that I liked, and as time passed, I gradually found more and more single songs that I liked. So, to answer the question "What music do I like?" I would have to say that I am not sure, but I would be willing to explore the queston. Although, I have noticed certain patterns in my musical tastes:
-I DO NOT LIKE RAP MUSIC.
-I have still not been able to understand the concept of music for music's sake. I prefer to have the music accompanied by something else. (movie, computer game,... etc.)
-The songs that I react most strongly to tend to either be humorous, (see: http://www.stevemacdonald.org/lyrics/wiwab.html or http://www.leoslyrics.com/frank-hayes/never-set-the-cat-on-fire-lyrics/) or to be designed to exhibit a strong emotional response. (e.g. many of the songs from the Lord of the Rings, or pretty much anything found in the Star Trek saga.)
I love the website www.xkcd.com
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Warning: My mind contains strong language (which may be unsuitable for children), unusual humor (which may be unsuitable for adults), and advanced mathematics (which may be unsuitable for liberal-arts majors).