I don't take life very seriously; to me, the most important thing is to enjoy life while I have it, and not worry too much about the consequences. I'll say pretty much whatever I think, and laugh at subjects that other people find to be somber. My core philosophy is that it's very likely we're all going to die, so there's nothing that makes us better or worse than anyone else. We're all just different, and that's okay.
I think the concept of gender restrictions in anything other than a biological manner is silly, so I'll wear whatever I think is comfortable whether it's for men, women or both. Gender is a "whatever" thing to me. I don't really care about it.
I dropped out of the fourth grade and think formal education is generally overvalued when you account for the time value of money.
I don't really hold that against people who have received university degrees, however, and have found such people to be more intelligent than drop outs, generally. I do suspect that speaks more to the quality of drop outs we produce than it does about those with university degrees.
I often rant about subjects that are interesting to me, and I will focus most of my time on one subject if it really is enthralling to me. I find efficient capital allocation very fun to think about, and count John Malone and Henry Singleton among my list of heroes.
I like old video games, and use DOSBox more than I probably should. Right now I am playing 1830: Railroads & Robber Barons.