I sit around computers for the 40-hour workweek, and am finding myself increasingly busy (in a good way) after work and on the weekend. Martial arts has been fun over the years, and I really appreciate the freedom of movement. Actually, I really appreciate a lot of things. I'll often observe something (physical or an idea) and think, "Hm, that's interesting."
I'd like to think I know myself pretty well too... it's important for people to know themselves.
I'm not very opinionated on most issues. As long as people treat each other well and take care of each other, most things will work themselves out. I don't like the idea of people being really opinionated, but not having a strong basis for those opinions. It's fine for people to be religious, but to say that "this is the way to fix the economy" or somesuch seems silly to me. There are very few people in the country who I'd entrust our economic policies to, and odds are, I don't know any of them.
There's Reddit, and I check /b/ every now and again. I took a few years of Computer Engineering at school, then dropped it for English. Damn Operating Systems.
Oh, and to be honest, I haven't really found sitcoms to be very funny lately. I don't watch much TV at all, but I've seen a few episodes of The Office and Community... and didn't really find myself laughing. Am I missing something? I like Steve Carell (though it's now Will Farrell) and Donald Glover (Derrick Comedy!), but I just didn't really get into the shows. I enjoyed Friends back in the day, and love the memorable parts of the Simpsons. When I was younger, I definitely put time into The Fresh Prince, Family Matters, and Seinfeld. Have times changed?