|Occupation||0001 0010 0011 0100 0101 0110 0111 1000 1001 1010|
|Location||Germantown, MD, United States|
|Introduction||[inspired words from a man who knows how to code]|
|Interests||Learning, Chess, Go, Bicycling, Swimming, Guild Wars, Programming, Haiku, Graphic Design, Skiing|
|Favorite Movies||Dead Poet's Society, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Shawshank Redemption, Last Samurai|
|Favorite Music||techno, industrial, trance, celtic, classical, jazz, folk|
|Favorite Books||Dune, Shannara, Technical Manuals|
Why does the taste of pennies remind you of losing a tooth?
Hemoglobin contains iron, which make up the red blood cells found in humans. Today's pennies (since 1983) are made almost entirely of zinc, with a thin outer coating of copper. Both are metallic tasting. If you can tell the difference then you have a heightened cents of taste.