I don't call myself an intellectual because I value simplicity, honesty, and the enjoyment of all life has to offer. I spend most of my free time engaging in physical activity, and I've been getting closer to nature lately. I'm always looking for new hobbies. I'm thinking of taking up hunting, fishing, and kayaking. I spin fire staff occasionally, but I am looking for another artistic outlet, whether its becoming a better dancer, actually learning to use one of my musical instruments, or taking up wood-working. If you love any of these things, teach me!
Update: Kayaking, check. Fun? Yes.
I sound serious here, and I am, but that doesn't mean I can't make you blow potato salad out your nose. I just see the world really differently and my observations make people laugh.
I am a little bit freedom obsessed. That's why I work hard and save money - the real use of money isn't to buy stuff, it's to buy your freedom. I'm going to sail around the world, go cave diving in Mexico, climb Mt. Kilimanjaro before global warming melts the only glacier in Africa, go on safari, and visit every world class club from Japan to Europe. Then settle down most likely in the Caribbean with Pina Coladas, sea-planes, and warm, sandy beaches. Sound good to everybody? Ok. Yes, I suppose everybody wants those things. Oh well. Don't message me then. Sound unrealistic and immature to you? Well, we are the ones who hold ourselves back the most with our own cynicism and pessimism. Rather than think about why I can't, I prefer to actually put my shoulder to the wheel and give it my best shot.
My great wish is to live in such a way that I remind people that anything is possible, to make them remember what it was like to be a kid and not know something "couldn't be done."
Things I am passionate about, in no particular order:
dogs, individualist philosophy, people who can teach me something, working with my hands, travel, scientific and technological progress, social patterns, prognostication. I also really love live theater.