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Motorcycling is my main outdoor hobby. A couple of my friends and I spend time working on our bikes or going on short jaunts to neighboring states. We also run around or just outside of town in a small pack (there's currently 4 of us who ride together regular). Redrock Canyon, Mt Charleston & Searchlight are typical close jaunts for us. Lake Havasu and Zion National Park in Utah are our current longer runs. The helmets come off once we cross state lines into UT (AZ is still questionable due to the drivers).
Video Games are my main indoor hobby. I like adventure, RPG, FPS, RTS, Puzzle, classic (chess/cards), and I sometimes try to play MMO's, but they take too much time, and are too involved and thus I put them away for my friends / other responsibilities. Real life comes first and while I will while away hours on these electronic toys without remorse, I will put them down at any time (but come on... not during the big fight)
Night Clubs/Bars that I go to are: Krave Lounge (Friday nights only, its their goth/industrial/alternative night). Club Madrid (Classic rock & 80's nights, I know a guitarist on the classic night). Hammer Heads (on Nellis) I've had two friends (one has recently gone back) work this bar and its just a place I know, we sometimes have small gatherings here as the bartenders know us well. And there is a Saturday Night industrial thing in a little hole in the wall club behind the Liberace Museum (by day its a gay club, but most goth/industrial nights are held within such around here).
Religion: Big or little topic for me depending on you. I HATE what people have done with abuses of the power religion provides. I could care less what people believe in as long as they do not preach it to others. I have some minor spiritual beliefs about what may or may not be beyond our currently provable existence, they are fluid and conceptual. If you have strong religious convictions that people you associate with must share, leave me alone.
Hypocritically I will regularly bash religion. I understand this is a fault and I have a general dislike for hypocrisy. I work to curb it, but admit it can be a problem. I do not go off about it unless it comes up, if religion never comes up I probably wont say anything about it.
When asked point blank for an honest answer: You get an honest answer, whether it hurts or not. I may try to lessen the impact of what I think if I care about you but I will be sure you understand what I think.
I think most large companies, advertisements, 'deals', 'offers', and the like are out to screw the people they are targeting. Most contracts and legal documents have gone from 'CYA' to 'Screw them if we're wrong'. Most 'too good to be true things' are, its sad.
Sarcasm is a toy I fiddle with randomly. I don't mean to use it offensively, though it sometimes comes across so.
Speaking of which I come across a lot more serious about some to of the things I talk about than I am. I will debate with the heat of a fanatic, and then change my stance the moment some one shows me good reason to without a second thought. I can argue (and like to) just about any stance on any subject short of general fact (don't ask me to argue that the sky is not blue, its annoying). I find people give the best reasoning for their viewpoints when they are attacked, I don't mean anything personal, I just want to learn.
PS: I misspell things all of the time, <3 Firefox and its spell check feature. PPS: If you read all that I'm surprised. I have a tenancy to rant when on a roll and not reined in. I don't mind when people tell me I'm ranting as long as their willing to let me sum-up.
I am adventerous, cynical, and a geek