As a person, I am a free spirited traveller who seeks to live an alternative lifestyle. The more roaming around and meeting new people and experiences the better.
I am generally shy, quiet and reserved unless I get hooked into a good conversation about any plethora of topics that ensnare my interests( I am a stereotypical INFP). When this happens, I can become a whirlwind of passion and hardcore enthusiasm. Forewarned is forearmed, folks. I could be labelled as somewhat stubborn, but I view it as being a very values driven person who will defend tenaciously for what he believes in. Despite this, I suppose I would describe myself as a warm and friendly person who generally tries to live and let live.
Movies: Any great B-horror or cult movies, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Dances with Wolves, AClockwork Orange, Marx Brothers/W.C. Fields movies, All About Eve, Monty Python's Life of Brian/Meaning of Life, Spinal Tap, Fritz the Cat, if..., Different From the Others, O Lucky Man, Monterey Pop Festival, Woodstock, The Doors, and who knows how many more.
TV: Most political/social/nature/historical documentaries, Fawlty Towers, Monty Python's Flying Circus, The Simpsons, South Park, Timmverse animation, Laurel and Hardy, 3 Stooges, Come West Along the Road, Siar an Bothar, The Frost Report, At Last the 1948 Show, Do Not Adjust Your Set
Radio: The Goon Show, I'm Sorry I'll Read That Again, Firesign Theatre
Music: Any and all British and Irish traditional music(Planxty, The Bothy Band, Teada, Steeleye Span, Fairport Convention, Martin Carthy, The Copper Family, The Young Tradition, Harry Cox, Anne Briggs, The Watersons, any good performance of Irish/British traditional music, song and dance), The Doors, The Beatles, Jefferson Airplane, The Rolling Stones,
Food: Most any meatless, cruelty free, preferably GMO free cuisine
4. sativa, indica, and/or ruderalis
5. my pipes/tin whistles/bodhran
2. How I can reduce my carbon footprint and make as little of an impact on our planet as possible.
3. How I might have existed previously on this Earth.
4. How I can next prepare for any protest or political rally.
5. Animal abuse and cruelty, the horrors of factory farming
6. Spirit guides
7. Irish and British folk music and learning from the old masters
You have some sort of passion for the outdoors and saving the health of our planet.
You put your preachings into a state of being practiced and exercised.
You are not a conservative or someone who is ultra materialistic and has absolutely no regard for the planet, animals, social justice, etc.
You are reasonably well spoken and can form a legible phrase or sentence that is relatively free of texting vernacular.
You want to get to know someone who is real and does not pander to societal norms, is not afraid to be different and question and rebel, and might just be a little extreme in his beliefs(in the best way possible, of course)