I used to think of myself as a world traveler but I keep meeting people much more worldly than I. They have given me something to aspire to. I have stories about drinking absinthe over the river Seine, being menaced by bat-wielding con artists in Barcelona and running through the amazon jungle hunting peccaries with a spear.
Medical school was boring. I am glad to be done with it. Now I am a resident at an unspecified Brooklyn hospital and I can go back to being me. (Being yourself is strongly discouraged in medical school. Fortunately, I now have a degree and a job and they really can't fire me without mounds a paperwork that no one really wants to do.)
I like books, coffee, Dr. Who, the British in general, sardonic wit, gossip, puns, subtle jokes, technology, and long, rambling stories. I dislike popular culture, the general opinion, unfounded pessimism, unfounded optimism, sports, people who grandfather-in their ideas, fools, cheap beer, normalcy.