I'm very critical; this often comes off as a lack of respect for just about everything (and there is probably some truth in that. I don't "grant" respect; it must be earned. Or paid for. Or licked. Something.). I've always thought it's important to try and improve things. If something is being done and isn't done the "best way" then let's change it. Basically, I hate tradition for the sake of tradition. This doesn't extend much to people because I like flawed people (is there any other kind?) and I'm self-critical enough (and open to alternatives)so I realize what works for me doesn't apply to all. It's also hard to be liked when you're too critical and I have to admit I want to be liked by at least a few people.
I'm pretty gigantic into sports, semi-gigantic into reading (meaning that I like to read but don't force myself to do it enough)and I like cruising around and looking for lost buttons. Mostly just cruising around though, because sometimes the buttons are not lost, simply wandering. I'm a rather sizable music fan as well, listening to music of the ska/punk/indie persuasion gives me some joy that only cherry coke can top.
Silly emails and ridiculous stories are something I pride myself in, so if you want your mind tinkered with by a silly guy who doesn't depend on drugs or much else to entertain himself, I'm your snail.
I also enjoy kidnapping people/animals and keeping them entertained with my company until a proper amount of untraceable money is raised and delivered to a safe location. That's mostly a weekend thing, though.
I am indefatigable, jocular, and phenomenological