Generally speaking, I seem to alternate between the lifestyle of a 22 year old and, oh, maybe a 68 year old for weeks at a time - I love heading downtown and meeting friends in Tenleytown or DuPont, or out of town for a hike, but I'm just as happy watching Netflix in my pajamas and tucking in early. Conversely, I do my best to cook healthy, nutritious meals at home, like, you know, an adult; but I can and do backslide into high-octane crap if I allow myself.
I have strong opinions on a variety of subjects, which I'm always happy to volunteer, discuss and defend in the right context, but I'm (mostly) not one to throw them out unannounced. I was raised Catholic, but have always centered more on a sort of inquisitive agnosticism. I'm happy for people that are able to use their faith to enrich their lives, but I have no patience for those that think it gives them license to administer their opinions on morality to others. Fuck those people.
I'm interested in meeting people who might share my interests - or at least, have some interesting stories to tell - and might be up for challenging them over a good cup of coffee. (or whiskey or ipa, of course) Romance, friends, what have you - I think in-depth conversations online are only as important as what it means in person.
P.S. I took the Meyers-Briggs personality test during the start of grad school and, well - I think it's a load of crap. The multitude of profiles on here that reference their prescribed personality categories right up front, with confirmation-biased warnings about personality traits, are getting rather silly. If you disagree with me, perhaps you should read this: