I had to vote for UberCoder, even though it's fairly
rediculous, because it was the only thing in the right
general category. The first two I don't care about
much; as long as I don't *gain* any clothes-sizes, I
guess that'll be decent enough.
I have minor money-related goals, but nothing of any
particular significance. Don't want a date; I'm a
loner in the extreme. Won't touch the lottery with a
ten-foot pole. (I majored in math...) Don't want
anything that resembles what most people call a "life";
I've managed to conscientiously avoid that sort of
job I have is one I'd like to keep for now, and I'm
working about 25 hours/week, which is just about right.
(I have a handful of other, non-job-related
responsibilities, and I like to keep *some* free time.)
I could have gone for Other, I guess, but Other is just
so _generic_. So I went for Uber-hacker, because most
of my goals are centered around one kind or another of
learning, and a lot of them are related to computer
developer type subjects, so at least it's in the right
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