I'm a white guy with dreadlocks (not by design, it just sorta happened). I'm happy to explain my reasoning for keeping them, but I know there's lots of folks who just plain aren't ok with dreads on white people, so I wanted to get that out or the way, maybe saving you time and/or disappointment.
Bucket list excerpt:
~Go to space
~Hop a Train
~Sail the Atlantic on a tall ship
~See Bagger 293 in person
~Spend the night on a billboard
~"I make myself rich by making my wants few." --Thoreau
~"If we could read the secret history of our enemies, we would find in each person's life sorrow and suffering enough to disarm all hostility." --Longfellow
~"God damn it, you've got to be kind." --Vonnegut
I don't want to be rich; (I don't want lots of money.
But I care about clever, and I care about funny
Your cash doesn't matter—I'm not being sarcastic.
And that's what makes my life so fucking fantastic.)
Seriously, though, fuck wealth.
I've lived in a van for over four years (on occasion, yes, it is down by the river), and have no immediate plans to change that.
I like to break your stereotypes.
I like using things in ways they're not meant to be used.
I'd rather learn how to do something than have someone else do it for me.
My favorite clothes are in tatters—that's why they're my favorites.
If I haven't scared you away yet, we're off to a good start.
I like climbing things.
I like movement.
I like karaoke.
I love exploring.
I love adventures.
I love the intersection of artifice and nature. Overgrown concrete. Weed-choked train tracks. Shelled out buildings. The undersides of bridges. Urban ruins. That sort of thing.
I want to travel more than just about anything.
Looking for badass likeminded ladies with whom to share thoughts, ideas, laughs, snuggles, and one hell of a lot of fun.
The dream is to travel the world on as little money as possible, and to write about it. Trying to figure out a way to make that a reality.
Then there's the sci-fi novel I want to write.
Recently started teaching myself Unity in order to work on a game idea I've been kicking around for a while.
In general, doing what I can to live a life that's true to me while striving to make the world—myself included—a better place than it was yesterday.
I listen to mostly chill electronic music, from any of many genres. I'm a sucker for sawtooths, syncopation, psychedelic squigglies, and space. Currently into atmospheric IDM. I will always love trip-hop.
Some of my favorites, past and present, are (in no real order) Emancipator, Portishead, Massive Attack, Radiohead, Floex, Shpongle, Télépopmusik (at least the tracks featuring Angela McClusky), and many, many more...
My not-quite-guilty pleasure music is late '90s/early '00s "alternative" radio singles. (Think Barenaked Ladies, Train, earlier Coldplay, Third Eye Blind, Oasis, etc.) I know it's terrible. That's part of it's charm.
My heroes are Douglas Adams, Kurt Vonnegut, and Hunter S. Thompson.
In general, I mostly read sci-fi. I really appreciate quality world-building (William Gibson, Neal Stephenson, Hannu Rajaniemi), and cutting insight into being human (Douglas Adams, Good Omens (so good on so many levels), PKD, Ender's Game).
I don't watch many movies anymore, but here are some favorites:
Kikujiro, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Drive, anything Miyazaki, Run Lola Run, Monty Python...
I don't watch much TV anymore either. (This tends to happen when you don't own one.) Favorites:
FLCL, Battlestar Galactica, Rick and Morty, Firefly, Flying Circus, Cowboy Bebop...
2) Hands (mine, preferably).
5) Intelligent conversation
I think a lot.
Like, a lot a lot.
I like to think.
~You'd rather fix a thing than replace it.
~You art and/or craft. (Music included, of course.)
~You're honest and trustworthy.
~You're at least a little counter-culture.
~You're scientifically-minded and emotionally-connected.
~You like to party to electronic music. (Big bonus points for chill!)