I have Sci Fi stories that inevitably relate to my philosophies. My take on university life, time travel, aliens and robots in culture, and even a story on how technology stirs the melting pot of cultural survival, revolutionaries, and economic worshiping pressures. Can I please pitch you my ideas? You don't have to help me with character development but I will try.
When was the last time you went to the local aquarium or indoor garden (indoor city arboretum)?
Writing, thinking, exploring. Reading non-fiction (things of interest in a book, magazine, news, internet, etc.), watch movies (comedy, documentaries, sci-fi, action).
Sleeping, hiking, biking, video games, pizza, and some times I don't like those things, and instead I do other things, but there are so many things to do and enjoy that I can't list them. I like helping friends with projects.
I'm obsessed with philosophy and its articulation (philosophy architect; within reason). One day I'll complete at least one book, either it be sci-fi or ... no, it has to be sci-fi, ha.
I watch this video frequently, I feel tickled every time I watch it;
I'm adventurous in thought and conversation, so pretty please entertain me with what ever you like to talk about.
I have been getting to know local cultures around the US, a little bit of Canada, seeing how I can organize myself in those places, good to know you know? Made some friends and established credibility in functioning as a valuable member.
An example of fun facts is that fungi was the first tallest living thing on Earth. Potentially living organisms came about on Earth via an astroid from cells that resembled a bacteria/fungi prototype, since fungi is well known for not dying indefinately.
Some times I like to make attempts at practicing being a ninja, sort of.
Searching the internet for information faster and more creativelior, creativelyer, creativelier, yay I'm special!
Lots of things, lots of basic things, I also need to spend a lot more time on things to get better, be right back.
my face. maybe my shoes, shirt. And a hat if I'm wearing a hat, but usually I don't wear a hat, I don't like to casually wear a hat.
When visiting a friend in San Francisco I knocked on the door and a roommate answered the door and said, "Oh look, you are such a ragamuffin!" with a positive tone and smile.
Favorite movie is Who Framed Roger Rabbit.
I enjoy Woody Allen movies.
Prefer the older Total Recall movie.
Documentaries (did you see the Ant one? watch it you must.)
And some tv shows but who has time for tv.
I left my shoes in dimension X by Bruce Coville (in my youth).
Kurt Vonnegut, Isaac Asimov, and many other readables. Usually non-fiction and short stories. Pushing myself to read more fiction.
I like most genres. I prefer other people to play music. I am currently trying to learn the guitar as Ride Captain Ride by Blues Image for my first piece. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HXbY8o6O7PY
haha, sci-fi ideas are great friendship builders. A loving plant alien. I have a hundred ideas.
I like water, or a variety of kale and banana blends, seriously it's great, either way it's orgasmically great. Coconut chocolate anything.
I had imagined my self a few years ago making huts in the places I enjoyed living so I could move more easily. It's an idea I won't let go, sounds too great.
Sleep on a rooftop in town for fun. The warm roof, the warm breeze cleans my lungs, having a sky to constantly look at and no bugs.
Some times I like to hike over a mountain.
Do you like to meow? Who doesn't like to meow? meow.
Endeavors? That's like a combination (possibly) of 'project' and 'travelling with a purpose'. What would the potential characteristics be of a place you might want to travel to? Not looking for a complete list, just enough good for conversation.
I miss an ocean beach with sand dunes near by. For some reason the idea of a harsh epic travel to get to a potential paradise can motivate me, but I haven't found an idea like that in a long time. I guess when I say harsh I mean cheap.
a core philosophical point:
Keep trying to solve problems. If a person or something ruins what you're working on then think about what you would like to do instead. Any person should be doing what works for them.