Random Observation/Comment #273: I’ve always found religion to be based more on a community than the actual ritual or stories behind it. If you’re a part of the church/temple/mosque then you at least know you’ve filtered out people that believe in a similar set of rules. It’s really like a filtering mechanism for people to meet other people that should be a better fit. From the perspective of finding a mate: Online dating. Problem solved.
I don’t need an online dating profile because it would probably make someone I know really mad and I rather live a less dramatic life. However, I thought that the questions were rather interesting so I might as well answer them and show that I can make something clever and personable.
I can confidently say that “I got my shit together” in all aspects of life. Career successful for its purpose. Hobbies abundant. Happiness in every little thing. Adventures continuous. Philosophy – perfect simplicity. Psychology – consistency. Passions undying. Community contributing. Family unbreakable. Friends selective. Love unconditional.
It may be weird for someone to say they do everything, but yes, I do everything. And if I don’t do it, tell me, and I’ll probably pick it up on the side.
What I’m doing with my life:
Preventing a quarter-life crisis by taking life in every word (to the extent that it’s absurd). I blog: seelemonslive.com
I’m really good at:
1) Being productive
2) Starting side projects that I never seem to finish
3) Optimizing any process/activity/workflow
4) Finding things I’m not good at and then getting good at them
5) Making lists
The first thing people usually notice about me:
I’m way too social for an engineer/geek/Asian guy
I spend a lot of time thinking about:
New side projects I could do if I had time to do them. I also say “I totally thought of <tech start-up company idea> 2 years ago.”
On a typical Friday night, I am:
Keeping it low-key because everyone knows restaurants are better Tuesdays and Wednesdays, and clubs are really just loud and obnoxious. Bars are fun for a neutral location, but I rather just hang out with friends I haven’t seen in a while and catch up over a happy hour drink.
The six things I could never do without:
1) Clean socks
2) Table tennis (SPiN happy hour FTW)
3) Gadgets (nothing in particular, but really everything)
4) The smell of dinner waking you up on a Thanksgiving morning – only to find family and friends huddled around the kitchen chatting up a storm and cooking a wonderful meal
5) Mashed Potatoes
6) My time machine
Three words to describe myself:
Smarter every day
The most private thing I’m willing to admit:
I sometimes day dream about punching some people in the face. They deserve it. I apologize in my day dream afterwards.
You should message me if:
You want to boost my ego
~See Lemons as Lemons