63Oklahoma City, United States
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My self-summary
I am utterly baffled by this whole man/woman thing; while I appreciate the efforts to surround it with a frame of science, I suspect that the rules will be overwhelmed by the exceptions. And my emotional-response system seems to be wired backwards; minor incidents affect me far more than major ones. (Or maybe, you know, there's just more of them.)

I am methodical, frustrated, and verbose.
What I’m doing with my life
I write, I work, and then I write some more. The work involves shoveling bits into the gaping maw of a server; the writing is marginally more creative, but doesn't pay as well, by which I mean "at all". And I own five domains, which means that I'm probably more fond of shoveling bits than I'd prefer to admit.
I’m really good at
Finding connections between things that aren't really related at all. I also produce really strange mix tapes/CDs. And lately, I've developed, if not a flair, at least some facility for doing yard work, which is a good thing if you have a huge yard.
The first things people usually notice about me
My stilted diction is almost identical to my writing style. ("Migod, he talks like that!")
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
My favorite book, ever, is Dodie Smith's novel I Capture the Castle, which I admit is an odd pick for a guy-type person. The one film I've seen the most is Who Framed Roger Rabbit (6 times), though I'm not sure I can call it my "favorite", given the large number of entries at the 5 slot. I listen mostly to classical music at work, and stuff from my misguided youth (let's say 1959 through 1972) at home. And if heaven doesn't serve southern fried chicken, mashed potatoes, and corn on the cob, I've wasted my time being good.
Six things I could never do without
My computer, my books, my music, my car, my trees, and the little box on the prairie that encloses the first three. Which, of course, comes to five; I'm trying not to be excessively acquisitive.
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Things I can write about. (I have a journal here, of course, but my existing blog takes precedence. URL on request.)

If anybody cares about Myers-Briggs, I haven't taken it. (If nobody cares about Myers-Briggs, I still haven't taken it.) However, I have taken the somewhat-similar Keirsey Temperament Sorter, and it considers me INTJ. For what it's worth.
On a typical Friday night I am
At home, grateful that the work week is over. (It is over, isn't it?)
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
About two years ago, I decided I was spending too much time wearing clothes, and was silly enough to do something about it. (No, you can't have a photo.)
You should message me if
The choice is between that or dropping a sledgehammer on your foot.
The two of us