That means that if you're still reading this you're either planning a cross-country move (lucky coincidence!), you're just bored and will read anything, or you live in California and I've already messaged you myself.
So, now that that's out of the way...
My highschool senior class voted me as the "most unique." Since then I've mainstreamed quite a bit, but I still think of myself as a social weirdo. I'm an INTP on my Myers Briggs, which feels pretty accurate to me. That means I'm introverted (prefer a small group to a big party), intuitive (comfortable with ambiguity and layered meanings), thinking (I react to situations with my mind, rather than with my emotions), and perceiving (I take a long time to make decisions). However my professional persona requires me to be outgoing and deal with emotions a lot, so people don't always realize what an introverted nerd I am until they get to know me.
I'm a Unitarian Universalist and that is a big part of my life. I'm happy to date people of any religion or lack-thereof, as long as they are accepting of my own.
I can get into music of any genre, but I tend to get bored if it's too "pretty." Some of my all-time favorite music includes Baden Powell (check out his version of "Round About Midnight"), Elliott Smith, the soundtrack to Hedwig and the Angry Inch ("Midnight Radio" is my current favorite song, but there's an awesome cover by Cyndi Lauper that is amazing) and Ellen Greene singing as Audrey in Little Shop of Horrors (she dominates in "Suddenly Seymour").
My taste in movies and TV tends to run geeky. I love everything by Miyazake and Studio Ghibli, even the sad stuff. I like movies that are mind-bendy or visually stunning or that have fantastic adventures. I generally go out to movies for a fun escape, rather than to learn serious things or have deep thoughts, but I can appreciate when deep thoughts work their way in. I really liked the new Guardians of the Galaxy movie and I'm really eager to see the next Hunger Games. I think we're in a golden age of great television, but I've gotten behind on watching shows because I've been saving the good ones for when I have people to discuss them with. My guilty pleasure is the syfy network - Haven, Defiance, Lost Girl. I won't argue that these are quality shows, but sometimes I like to give my brain a rest. Oh, but speaking of quality shows, David Tennant is my favorite Doctor (isn't he everybody's favorite Doctor?). His face is just so expressive!
I love food, and will try almost anything once. At home I tend to cook vegetarian, but there are so many great restaurants around that I don't cook at home as much as I should. I love that there's so much good seafood in San Diego, particularly the Mexican seafood places. Before I moved here I'd had good tacos maybe twice in my whole life. Now I have amazing tacos whenever I want. I'll never get bored of that. Also, before I die I'd like to take an eating tour through Southeast Asia, although the best meal I ever had was grilled mackerel with bread and olives at a cafe near Lisbon.