I am still seeking that special someone to spend the rest of eternity with. However, given my (semi) recent observations, I'm feeling that such sentiments are increasingly antiquated. Regardless, I'm not going to give up that easily...
Other than classes, I rarely venture out of my residence. Computers these days can simulate almost anything, who needs reality? (yes, I'm aware of the brain in a jar argument, and no, I don't know how to respond to it) On a more serious note, I obviously can't spontaneously generate my own food, and I've recently discovered the awesomeness that is Trader Joe's. They have surprisingly good deals, and many specialized items that are hard to find elsewhere. I have actually traveled a fair amount with my family, though I've generally found the experiences to be physically taxing. My laziness aside, I probably should get more fresh air than I'm currently getting. Good scenery is hard to replicate with electronic devices, but the expenditures required to see it can easily feed me for months.
Though I claim to be a physicist, I don't always talk physics, because (surprise!) that can get boring eventually. It is often comical to speculate about politics/current events and how humanity is going to kill itself, among other things.
I am also trying to kick my 4chan addiction. It is an awesome website, but time is slipping by. I've managed to restrain myself from /jp/ and /b/, and now visit /an/ very rarely. I am still a regular on /sci/, for those who are aware of the existence of text boards.
[did I ramble too much? silly 1000 word requirement to get that penultimate 5% completion]
I am nerdy, lazy, and eccentric