CSU grad in the philosophy of science and technology. I no longer drink like its my job (or second major). Im interested in a smattering of both Mills' higher and lower pleasures.
As a more serious digression, I'm a fan of an ancient philosophic idea about "the good life". The goal being that we, as best we can, live a choice-worthy life. To lead a life that might crack the top 5% or so on a list of possible lives you could experience. It could have a few regrets. A few opportunities missed. A smattering of things not tried. Just so long as it is worthy of choosing.
I'd say discovering which skills first hand is much more fun than reading a half-assed, subjectively tainted list.
More important than the first thing is probably the second, that I like to make people laugh and I'm "diplomatic" (read, averse to conflict).
I'd say I like quality art. Usually not a big fan of pop trends. Not because I'm a dirty, contradictory hipster, but because it's usually garbage that blows my mind.
That being said, I'm a Trekkie. My favorite captains are as follows:
Or, you know, if you want to?