Frankly, I'm a nerd. Expect anything and everything you say to conjure in my mind a reference to something on Simpsons, something I read in Scientific America, some sort of philosophical or technical musing or explanation. My best friends in school were all from computer programming class, and not infrequently I did forget, in the course of programming, to eat. (In fact, in eighth grade, I used my life break EVERY.SINGLE.DAY to sit in the computer programming classroom.)"Inspired by the most logical race in the galaxy, the Vulcans, breeding will be permitted once every seven years. For many of you this will mean much less breeding; for me, much much more."I am extremely extroverted, energetic, outgoing, am easily excited and amused (and enthused!), and I have a very geeky sense of humor, finding humor in obscure word plays and the like. I am also a bit of a ditz at times - I am often innocently clueless and naive; Einstein's wearing fishing shorts to a wedding sounds an awful lot like me!I am a committed libertarian. I apply my libertarianism to both the civil and ecclesiastical (religious) spheres. So not only do I expect the civil government to be limited, but I also believe that Judaism as a religion is libertarian. On Israeli politics, I follow Rabbi Meir Kahane and Moshe Feiglin, and my libertarian views - both civil and religious - are very much informed by my reading of Reformed Christian (Calvinist/Puritan) and Whig/classical liberal (think John Locke) political theory. On the recent advice and encouragement of a scholar in the Shalem Center, I will soon be studying for a degree in political science.