Just over two years ago I decided I needed a change. I threw all my stuff in my old car, drove 3000 miles across the country, and found a job. Not long after I got embroiled in a massive work project, which, after two years of late nights, looks like it's finally winding down. I've realized most of my hobbies and social interactions have all but died because of this, so it's time to get back into things!
By profession I'm a programmer, which I love. I feel very lucky to enjoy what I do, and while it is a passion of mine, it's not my life. I used to love theatre, and I'm interested in getting back into this now that my life's calming down. For a few years I did traditional 2d animation, though my equipment didn't survive the move.
I like a lot of stuff. You know, the same list everyone on this site has: Beaches, hiking, road trips, gardening/farming, carpentry, video games, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera. After two years of near inactivity, I'm itching to get back out there and try some new stuff.
I go to industrial/goth clubs. While I may be the least goth looking person there, the drunken spastic flailing (dancing) to some overly technoed version of the Tetris theme is hard to beat. It's like some depraved mixture of pole dancing and square dancing, which I find to be much more fun than I should probably admit.
I believe in a lot of evil liberal things like evolution and gay marriage. I'm part of the shrinking demographic that believes calm discourse and agreeing to disagree is still a thing, so as long as you don't think "because that's how it's always been" or a string of insults is a valid argument/response, we'll get along fine. Overall I'm a quiet, relaxed, cynical though difficult to offend person.