I like traveling to new places and doing it as often as I can. I play flag/tackle football every Sunday morning. I go fishing and kayaking when it's nice out and I plan on going sky diving sometime in the future.
I'm really into learning new things. I'm into quantum physics, psychology, politics, history, religion (I am not religious at all), philosophy, survival, mysteries of the universe. I pretty much want to know everything about everything.
I like going to museums, zoos, clubs, bars, all sorts of places. And would like to find someone that enjoys exploring what I like to do, and will introduce me to the things that they enjoy.
*Update* I finished that one a few months ago and I'm working on a new one! I hope to finish it before the end of the year.
Movies: Tombstone, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, The Avengers, 300, Taken, Forest Gump, The Princess Bride, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Talladega Nights, 40 Year Old Virgin, Big Trouble in Little China, Blade 1-2, Ghost Busters 1-2, Serenity, Troy, From Dusk Till Dawn, John Carpenters Vampires and about 1000 more. I love all kinds of movies even bad ones and I want to write them one day. (Not bad ones)
Top ten podcasts (In no particular order):
1. The Adam Carolla Show
2. Big O And Dukes
3. Rationally Speaking
4. StarTalk Radio
5. Penn's Sunday School
6. The Mike OMeara Show
7. The Joe Rogan Experience
8. The Nerdist
9. Freakonomics Radio
Music: R& B, Rap/Hip Hop, Rock and a lot of other stuff.
TV: Almost Human, The Walking Dead, Star Trek TNG True Blood, Game of Thrones, Archer, The Shield, Fringe, Dexter, Flash Forward, The Daily Show, Colbert Report, 24, Mystery Science Theater 3000, Robot chicken, The Venture Bros, Tosh.0 Family Guy, South Park, Discovery, Science, History and National Geographic Channels...
Food: Pizza, French Fries, Burgers, Hot Dogs... I have really simple food tastes.
I like to have gum and Chapstick on me too. But I could probably go without those... Probably.
2) Will humanity make it to being a type 1 civilization, or will we destroy ourselves? (Read: Physics Of The Impossible by Dr. Michio Kaku)
3) The dozens of TED talks I've watched.
4) How many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop? The world may never know...