Description: University #graduate, #boardgamer, #Christian - here to spread the #GoodNews.
Location: Cumbria, United Kingdom
Keywords: boardgamer, christian, bible, gamer, rickandmorty, bojackhorseman, southpark, archer, unitedkingdom, england, cumbria, carlisle, linux, qubesos, endlessos, diaspora, mastodon, pixelfed, signal, wire, matrix, technology, videogames, opensource, books, history, sociology, philosophy, itjobs, techjobs
About: I am a political analyst with a Master's Degree in International Relations, specialized, but not limited to, Russian politics. It is my strong belief that all people are political, whether they like it or not. The job of a politologist is to encourage people to go beyond partisanship, into the realm of civil discussion and understanding of the processes that shape our world.
Description: The last True Believer, doomed to a quixotic quest to defend the Enlightenment, Cultural Detective, Curious Antiquary, Noted Pedestrian, Voracious Reader, Thrift Privateer, Pluviophile, Eleut
Location: WA, USA
Hometown: Seattle WA USA
Keywords: dictionary, etymology, meaning, satire, politics, humor, wordplay, puns, literature, culture, geography, history, poetry, classics, FLOSS, FAIF, Linux-libre, etymology, travel, cocktails, food, quotations, writing, philosophy, detective, mysteries
About: Cultural Detective, Amateur Lexicographer, Curious Antiquary, Noted Pedestrian, CGO-WWW (retired), Voracious Reader, Thrift Privateer, Free (as in Freedom) Software Advocate, Lord Warden of the Parlementum Servers, Pluviophile, Eleutheromaniac
Description: A regular person that likes #fashion, #fountainpens, and #shoujo #manga. Will talk about cartoons if provoked. 🇮🇪 🍰 💜
Description: A kind of private eye of learning
Keywords: fiction, history, philosophy, illuminati, symbolism, art, books, libraries, mystery, deduction, secrets
"A sudden illumination: I had a trade after all. I would set up a cultural investigation agency, be a kind of private eye of learning. Instead of sticking my nose into all-night dives and cathouses, I would skulk around bookshops, libraries, corridors of university departments. Then I'd sit in my office, my feet propped on the desk, drinking, from a dixie cup, the whiskey I'd brought up from the corner store in a bag. The phone rings and a man says: Listen I'm translating this book and came across something or someone called Motakallimun. What the Hell is it? Give me two days I tell him. Then I go to the library.... ...I had a strict rule, which I think secret services follow, too: No piece of information is superior to any other. Power lies in having them all on file and then finding the connections. There are always connections; you have only to want to find them."-- Umberto Eco, Foucault's Pendulum