I'm a weirdo at heart. I like doing things the strange way. I also enjoy gaming, cooking, and the usual outdoorsy stuff.
I haven't been able to do too much lately because I've hurt my back, but I'd like to get back into the swing of things as it comes to exercising. I'm picking up biking, and when I feel up to it again, I'll get back into martial arts.
I finished my Masters in philosophy this May.
I don't watch a lot of television anymore, but I'm partial to shows like Psych, The Mentalist, Community, and Family Guy. I've seen a fair amount of Dexter and some of Breaking Bad, but I don't have cable and those are hard to watch consistently. Arrested Development, Scrubs, and Venture Brothers are favorites.
Right now my favorite songs are Imagine by John Lennon and Isn't it a Pity by George Harrison. All You Need is Love is an all time favorite. I have a pretty eclectic taste in music; I can listen to almost anything. Right now, though, it's a lot of Mumford and Sons, some Nightwish, Jack Johnson, Radiohead, and some movie music.
As far as movies go, here's a list of some of my favorites. I like Donnie Darko, Gattaca, LOTR, American History X, Schindler's List, Princess Bride, the Origional Star Wars Trillogy, and, Bruce Lee Movies. I tend to like dry humor, dark humor, or slapstick humor as seen in Airplane or the original Pink Panther. I love to think about things, so any movie that can make me pensive is an automatic favorite of mine.
I enjoyed "The Moral Landscape" by Sam Harris. "Life of Pi" appealed to my spiritual side and was the primary catalyst in calling myself an atheist instead of an agnostic. There's a very good book called "I am A Strange Loop," which affected me profoundly. I think those last three books have affected me the most in my recent direction in life. I'm currently reading On What Matters by Derek Parfit.
I usually think about what the right ways are to treat other people. I also think about how I want to impact my society.
Also, self worth.