trancor
30Tarrytown, United States
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My self-summary
I always need to be doing something; a project, learning something, cooking, writing what ever comes to mind, or some mix of the former in one mega procratinatory thingamajig. Fidgety fingers, I guess.

Choice between giving up my phone or giving up tacos? Gladly give up my phone. Boredom seldom hits, there is always something to wonder about while eating tacos!
What I’m doing with my life
Filling the time inbetween sleep, for how little I inevitably end up getting.
I have a piece of paper in my wallet with some 31 projects I want to make. The list just seems to keep growing... I'll definitely have something to do in my free time for next 5 years.

(Saying I speak 'some C++' is more of a catch all. I mainly do python and php/javascript than anything else at work and in my free time. Don't worry, I'll only inundate you with self-indulgent side projects if asked. I stopped linking them because my okc profile would show up in google searches for my web sites/youtube [same username on YouTube])
I’m really good at
Hmmmmm I can juggle 3 balls pretty well... Getting to that 4th is a pain... Managed to only do it once for a couple of tosses though. That was probably the proudest day of my life!
Billiards, I'll mop the table with ya!
The first things people usually notice about me
Yeah, I dunno.
Posture? Hazel eyes? The chainmaille I made, hanging around my neck or on my wrist?
Meh, everyone marches to the beat of a different drummer.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Michio Kaku, Dan Ariely, the Stoics, Nietzsche. Non-fiction mostly; current events and science. Sounds boring you say? Check out Everett's Many Worlds Theory or the DARPA budget report and see if that changes your mind! Ok, well, it's not thrilling, but literally awe inspiring.

Artists, cause, why not? Caspar David Friedrich (Romanticism art, I call it early sci-fi), check out 'Cemetery In The Snow' and 'The Sea of Ice.'

Limitless, Fight Club, It's A Beautiful Day (a little depressing but amazing)

Unkle, Younger Brother, Infected Mushroom; Trip Hop, Liquid DnB, IDM(Like Amon Tobin, more of the down beat stuff), Industrial, Metal

Burritos and anything spicy, GI track of steel!
Six things I could never do without
Boots on my feet to travel the street
Goldfish crackers
My notepad hmm maybe its a sketch book? ..or some mix of the two??
A world outside of cities and civilization, or post-civilization
Sharing minds
Any sort of creative outlet; wood, paper, metal, fabric, 2d/3d digital, web, arduino/electronics
I spend a lot of time thinking about
For the longest time I've been trying to figure out what is missing in our market based society. There has got to be something other than movies, concerts, bars, bowling, food, lounges, and shopping for material goods.
Something is missing in our consumerism, and I'm determined to figure it out.
On a typical Friday night I am
Free time is free time to me, no matter the day of the week.
Bars, clubs, concerts (in the mosh pit or raving while embracing the tunes), dinner with friends, the random chills that makes life nice.
Or at home making something trippy.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Willing to admit? Hah! Not saying anything THAT personal anywhere that gets logged for the feds to get at.
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Wait... Did that qualify? ... Dang it ...
You should message me if
You think red pandas and sugar gliders love to sing in the rain.

Running around in circles drives you insane... Or.. hey maybe getting dizzy and falling over is a good way to relax.

If you feel like skipping the small talk, by all means. Actually, preferred. Seems like two people can get to know each other way quicker with their philosophies and reasons behind their hobbies, than where they grew up or like to hang out.
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