OK, I'm supposed to write some more... I like computers, watching movies, reading, music. Basically keeping myself entertained. I love to learn new things.
Um, right. Who doesn't like these things? OK, I'll add some more here.
I'm very smart. I like smart people. I like people that think about things that other people don't think about. I have a hard time talking to most people. I find I have very little in common with most people. I like puzzles of all kinds. I buy puzzle books sometimes. I started doing crossword puzzles in something like fourth grade. For awhile I did logic problems. Now I generally find them boring. I like to do number puzzles (sudoku, kakuro, etc.) sometimes. I especially like cryptic crosswords. It's a combination of a crossword puzzle and a word game, basically.
I like xkcd.
I like my kids. The one thing I want for them, more than anything else, is to be able to think for themselves. We'll see how that goes. I think my older daughter will get there. She's very smart too. :) She can multiply any number up to three digits long by 11 in her head. It's really pretty simple, we think, but for some reason most other people don't think so. But she loves Hannah Montana, like so many other little girls. She's still somewhat normal, I guess.
I came from a heavily religious background (fundamentalist Christian, I suppose you could say). It took me too long to figure out that that was not for me. I am now areligious.
I think words mean something. I like to be as unambiguous as possible, in writing and in speech. I'm big on effective communication. It's hard for me to tell how well I do at it in speech, since I don't record my conversations and can't very well examine them later. But I think I do ok in writing.
OK, I think I just completely outed myself as some kind of freak. :)
I am skeptical, inquisitive, and reserved