I paint. I painted more a few months ago, but I still paint. I plan to paint more soon. I have painted recently. I think that's all anyone needs to know about my painting right now.
I am on a quest to get up-to-date on contemporary philosophy. If this sounds boring to you, that's okay by me, but you probably wouldn't like me very much.
I play video games, but not that much. I would say "occasionally." If you believe that video gamers are physically unhealthy, over-grown children with social anxiety disorders, you are mistaken. You are confused, and are thinking of excessive gaming. Not every gamer plays to excess, any more than every drinker is an alcoholic. Excessive gaming/drinking/sexing/shopping shows an imbalance in life. I like to think I have struck a healthy balance. Furthermore, video games are a form of human expression, much like film and music, but in the case of gaming, with the additional merit of being, at its very core, interactive. To suggest that games cannot be art because so many games are merely frenetic shoot-em-ups, is to suggest that cinema is not art because of "The Avengers" or "Transformers."
Speaking of which, I like old, silent, and foreign movies. The best are old and silent, and foreign. I used to work at a classic movie theatre in my college days, and loved every minute of it. I've seen far too many films over the years. Really...too many. Because of this, I try to restrict myself to only the very best, but I make exceptions on occasion when my curiosity gets the better of me. Case-in-point: "Men In Black 3."
Finally, you may have noticed that I am a lawyer. Always remember: first and foremost, I am an eccentric.