Writing a cookbook for people who can't cook.
Playing ultimate frisbee.
If you are religious we won't get along.
Working at a neat Tech company that designs and manufactures neuroscience testing equipment. We make Morris water mazes, we make T-mazes, Y-mazes, operant conditioning devices / boxes, treadmills (both mechanical-incline and flat), light/dark boxes, conditioned place-preference boxes and automated monitoring systems for mice and rats.
It's really fun.
When I'm not working I like to explore Columbus, go on adventure, cook food, read books, play videogames, be outside, camp, hike, kayak, canoe, rock climb, (I'd like to learn to fence), play board games, listen to awesome or obscure music, program, drink water (either fizzy or flat), write, visit people, and many, many other things.
I also consider myself fairly good at playing a didgeridoo, and slightly worse at several other instruments.
Game of Thrones
Hunger Games Trilogy
Lord of the Rings Trilogy
'Someday is not a plan: An Idiot's guide to investing'
'Eats, Shoots, and Leaves'
Any of the top 100 IMDB movies.
The Big Lebowski
The Shawkshank redemption
Lord of the Rings
Silence of the Lambs
Dr. Strangelove: Or how I learned to stop worrying and love the bomb
Saving Private Ryan
The Green Mile
A Clockwork Orange
Monty Python *Any
Guilty Pleasure TV: Futurama.
Music: Anything that has a good beat and doesn't feature nails on a chalkboard. Clarification: I enjoy rock/rap/fusion/classical/jazz/ folk music/ classic country, (but can't stand new country music) I also like alternative rock/ska/punk/easy listening/orchestral compositions/soundtracks/anything by Jonathon Coulton or Lazy Boy and ... well.. just about anything,
Food: I will go , and have gone, out of my way to try new foods. I've eaten insects, and cow tongue.
I also wonder quite a bit what I'm going to do when I grow up.
I almost died while in Ireland because I was pulling crazy shenanigans.
Feel free to ask me about either.
What have you got to lose?
You'll be better off by messaging me, guaranteed - or your money back.