Aside from being nosy, I've got opposable thumbs and I'm not afraid to use them.
I'm really good at making things — jewelry, bookcases, tilework, drawing, etc... (except making money—but I'd probably be really good at that, too, at least until the Treasury department tracked me down)
I score as an INTP on the MBTI.
I'm pretty good at explaining complicated things.
Spectator sports, generally, BORE me. It's like watching other people eat — where is the fun in that? Apparently I'm the only guy on the planet that feels that way. I can't figure out the appeal, and I've tried. Oh well, life goes on.
I read books like most people watch TV. If you are interested, you can see what I've been reading here >http://www.shelfari.com/cirrostratus/shelf. And yes, I read an awful lot o' crap. Shelfari rocks, btw. I highly recommend it to any book lover.
I'm primarily vegetarian for a variety of reasons ranging from health, ethics, and the environment. I've got nothing against people who eat meat, however, except for the ones who ask idiotic questions like, "But what do you eat?" Pretty much everything on your plate except for the serving of meat. It's not exactly rocket science.
I gave up drinking and all recreational pharmaceuticals many decades ago (mainly because I liked them all, much too much).
I'm left of center, anti-authoritarian, & find the universe amazing enough as it is without needing to attribute it to a super-magical being. I think it's possible for people to be decent to one another and do the right thing without the threat of Hell or the bribe of Heaven.
**I've known this guy for a few years now on MySpace. 85% friend rating, I'm not surprised at all. (he's twisted... just like me ;) )
I'm an illustrator, doing CADdesign work, and seriously underpaid (but the environment and people are good). At work I use Illustrator, Photoshop, & AutoCAD on a Windows XP box. At home, I'm all Mac (since '90)--currently playing on a new 21.5" iMac running Lion. Latest toys are a Panasonic LX5 and an Olympus PEN E-PL1 (great cameras, I'm loving both of them).