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Acceptable nicknames: Xeno, XTH

Chromosomes: X/Y

Date of Birth: 10/31/1988

Hometown: Originally Brooklyn, New York. Currently Chester, New Jersey.

Likes: Art, science, engineering, math, intellectual discussion, puzzles, cats, nostalgia, reading, working with my hands, drawing, sculpting, designing and assembling models from lego and/or k'nex.

Dislikes: cruelty to animals (cats in particular), antisemitism, sexism, racism, vandalism, excessively loud music, celebrities that don't deserve to be famous (Britney Spears, Paris Hilton, Lindsey Lohan, etc.), all species of wasp (I had a traumatizing experience as a child), being called a "midget", the word "retard" and derivatives thereof.

Misc: I have Asperger's Syndrome.

At the age of 10, I was told that my body did not produce enough growth hormone (my height was in the 1st percentile for children my age at the time; in other words, 99% of other children my age were drastically taller than myself), so my parents put me on Genetropin (human growth hormone supplement taken once daily by injection) until the night before I moved into my first dorm room in college; I am now the tallest living member of my family.

I have no interest in sports, though given the above statement, I couldn't have qualified if I wanted to.

I have lived with cats for all but two weeks of my life; my parents used to breed American Curls and enter them in shows (they won several awards, and at least one of them was a supreme champion). when I was 8, I had the misfortune of discovering our youngest one at the time in rigor mortis outside my garage door; worse yet, my mother's favorite one was hit by a car the very next morning. Since then, I have viewed my beloved feline companions as close brothers and sisters, rather than simple house pets.

I've been to the Carribean, the Panama Canal, and certain western European countries. If you can only visit one city to visit before you die, Rome is the perfect choice.

I have always wanted to shout "FEAR ME! AND MY SQUEAKY SHOES!!!" in a crowded area.


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Have you ever tried following 18 separate continuities at once? It hurts!

Some people are like slinkies; not really good for anything, but they still bring a smile to your face when you push them down a flight of stairs.

The difference between a person of faith and a person of science? a person of science will admit that they are wrong (that's how most scientific breakthroughs happen).

The key to winning a flame war is patience. If you can manipulate your opponent into losing their temper and insulting or threatening you, you are guaranteed to win, so long as you don't make the same mistakes.

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