My interests include (mainly, if not exclusively, analytic) philosophy, playing games on my computer, chatting with friends in a quiet and solemn bar, playing airsoft, attending the weekly debate club at my old institute (I studied philosophy there for 1 year, see below) and ponder various things during long walks. Recently, I've also started to develop an interest in beer and ale and might try brewing if I can find the time and energy. I rarely stay attached to one particular hobby for long and alternate between those mentioned above or try something new. My hard drive and attic are full of items that bear witness to this - unfinished novellas, neglected instruments and semi-assembled models. I keep returning to music, though, and after playing drums for some years and getting bored of them I've sold them and bought a baritone guitar instead.
One hobby that persists is my willingness to learn about new things; I enjoy reading about all sorts of things, especially the unconventional, esoteric, strange and that which manages to frighten me; the former and latter often converge. I consider vegans to be largely correct about the ethical status of eating meat, but I am too lazy to become vegan myself. My sense of humour is somewhat dry and bitter (I have no idea how to phrase that in a way that doesn't sound like a standard "Fedoras of OKC" submission, but such humour is what I laugh at) and I like to tease people I like, if they can take it.