I'm quite tall, and I'm known for my rather anachronistic dress sense, mostly consisting of suits, sweaters, vests, and ties. I'm also a big fan of tank tops.
Other than my physical appearance, I consider myself a filmmaker, an artist, a reader, and a naturalist.
I enjoy indulging in hyperbole, telling stories, making people laugh, and going on prolonged, spontaneous midnight adventures.
I love to travel. I would love to do a Charles Darwin-esque Naturalist tour of the Galapagos Islands. Other travel destinations:
The Far East (Japan, China, Korea, ect)
Australia, Tasmania, and New Zealand
The Komodo Islands`
I love Islands so much because I find remote habitats where crazy things evolved because of strange environmental factors incredibly fascinating. Case in point, the Kiwi. One of my favorite animals.
I just like having a fun time and not taking things too seriously.
I've traced my memories back to my first ever major event, which was my first viewing of Jurassic Park when I was two years old. This single profound event has sparked my interests in Science, Dinosaurs, Reptiles, Science Fiction, Books, Movies, The ecology of Island biomes, and Jeff Goldblum's frighteningly hairy chest. So I think this particular part about my personality is one of the more distinct parts of my whole.
I'm an animal lover, bus especially those animals which don't get a lot of love from most, such as reptiles, fish, birds, arthropods, the less appreciated mammals too. I've had more pet lizards, snakes, tortoises, frogs, and many other manner of non-canid or feline pets than I am willing to admit, though not as many as I would like.
I'm terrible at Math, and even moreso I hate it and find it the most painfully boring thing ever. I have no patience for it! However, I have great respect for people who can do math, because I think Astrophysics (and Outer Space in general) to be amazingly interesting. I just have no ability to do it, sadly