About what I'm actually like - while I tend to define things my own way, I would definitely classify myself as an extrovert. I like to talk to interesting people. I'm curious about many varied things, and I like to do a lot with each day. My sense of humor - well, it's broad but unique. I grew up in a small town in Montana and did a lot of backpacking and traveling growing up, and I'm proud of that. I definitely have a strong taste for city things as well - going out, arts, etc. I lived in London and Madison and will probably return to "the city" someday, wherever that may be.
I like energy and a willingness to think outside of the box. Things I like to do day-to-day include following international news (i.e. avoiding CNN), reading the Economist, watching a variety of film, and finding a new way to squeeze my vacation days to allow another trip. Things I like to do less regularly include classical music, skiing, hiking outside, and going out. I am not political and don't really have an ideology - my values are well defined and as far as I'm concerned it's about as useful to blame someone for their political beliefs as to blame them for the size of their nose. I'm more interested in personalities of anyone I've met anyway.