The evil succubic minions of Dr Koblenz need not apply and the sirens of ArCHEviL of Observantly Unconstrained Superstitions (ACHELOUS) are right out. "Ninja-chicks," being kinda cool, are encouraged to apply.
And yes, the above really does make sense but you'll probably have to ask for clarification. And yes, I do have "real profile" type information I'm willing to share.
I am a lower-case n, standing on a hill, and waiting for a rocket
As for physical attributes, my ass tends to get compliments (is that normal for a guy?). I have an oft appreciated dimple, and (GASP!) some early crows feet, that gets a lot of use since I smile a lot. And my eyes can reportedly do this interesting green... wait... no... they're brown... no... really... they're green... but hold-on... yeah... they're brown... kind of thing.
Chuck Klosterman's _Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs_ was a blast, and _The Egyptologist_ evokes fond memories, as does Stephen King's Dark Tower series. I'm currently chipping away at Ann Auerbach's _Wild Ride_ on the demise of Calumet Farm, previously the premier thoroughbred breeding facility, and _The Life of Pi_.
_Angels and Demons_ and _Star Trek_ remain on me "To See" list from last year. I'm a bit clueless about what is currently in theaters, truthfully.
For popularish tunes I've been listening to Eric Hutchinson's Rock N Roll a lot lately but am also drawn to Jason Mraz's I'm Yours. On the classical front, at present, I'd go with the 2nd Movement of Beethoven's 7th, and on the folk/world music stage it would be the Orion Beer Song as performed by Begin -- I think the live performance at Osaka Expo Park in 2005 is the best. Their performance of "Kariyushi no yoru" is also good.
I like trying new things, but it's rare I get a fixation on something specific or think in terms of a favorite food. I guess I'm truthfully not much of a gourmand or epicure. At the moment, tho, I could really go for some Thai ginger soup with shrimp at Keo's in Waikiki.
On the slightly less serious side: duct tape, roses to stop and smell, a Leatherman tool, recycled packing peanuts, Billy Mays commercials, and hot chocolate.
As an aside, "Billy Mays commercials" was on my list for months before the pitch-meister passed. Now, though, they seem even more classic.