I guess as an update, I am a bit of a training nerd, I really love doing instructional design stuff. I was training for a web hosting company but they let me go, sad day.
Here's some older stuff that I don't have the heart to delete now because I spent a lot of time of this, dammit (although now I do find myself cleaning it up a bit):
I studied Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, I love both topics, and can talk your ear off about them. I think creationism, or ID (intelligent design, not instructional design :) ), is a bad joke, and that religion talk is beneath scientists. Richard Dawkins drives me nuts, he's a pretentious ass. But his books about evolution are amazing and I highly recommend them. I just don't like the attitude of someone knowing there is no god, and being so sure of themselves they think they can decide for everyone else.
I think greed is a horrible human trait, but one that is very very hard to even minimize, much less eradicate. My take on the topic revolves around my environmentalist tendencies. There are many many things that we do that harm the environment, and harm ourselves, and there's no reason for it, other than it's just habit, or it's built into this image of luxury that people aspire to. In this case, there is no reason for 1-2 people to live in a 5000 sq ft giganto mansion, furnish it, heat it, air condition it, keep pests out, etc etc (not to mention transporting the materials thousands of miles to actually build it), just to have a place to store their crap. The bad thing is that people really do need a place to live, and they do deserve a place that is nice, etc. I don't really fault them for that. But if everyone does it you have problems. And if only a few do it you still have problems - everyone wants to keep up with the Joneses, and part of happiness is thinking you've got it better than your neighbors. Oh, the humanity.
I love being outside when I can. I grew up in the country, and love natural history. I am always trying to learn more. Being outside lets me clear the rat-race gunk out of my head. I love camping, fishing, hiking, floating the river (especially the Guadalupe), wandering around on a wildlife refuge, photographing whatever catches my eye, or basically any excuse to get away from it all.
Oh and to reassure you, I am about 90% cute and cuddly, mischievous, and adventuresome. It's just that the serious stuff tends to get in the way more when interacting with people.
So if you've actually read this far, I'm sure we'd get along fine.