Once I meet someone, and start talking about things I am interested in, I am quite talkative.
I love science, and learning about the world around us, which is why I did a science degree.
I am also interested in the amazing things us humans make, and in particular, skyscrapers.
Nerdy/geeky stuff in general is pretty cool.
As my username suggests, I play the tuba. I have been playing brass instruments since I was 10. The music I listen to is usually music I have played, or I hope to play some day.
I have a large LEGO collection. I also play a bit of minecraft (which is a lot like LEGO, except it is a lot cheaper, and you don't have to put it away when you are finished!)
My main hobbies are music, LEGO, and skyscrapers.
I currently play in four orchestras, two brass bands, and a concert band.
Procrastination. It's almost as if the internet was designed to satisfy procrastination!
Logic, I think rather logically (Part of being autistic I think), which is a good thing most of the time, especially for science related things, but not so great in social situations.
I am very quiet, except when talking about something I like, then I won't shut up!
I like science fiction movies, and science documentaries. The last movie I saw in a movie theatre was Avengers 2.
I like The Last Airbender, and Korra. Also Doctor Who. I have started watching Star Wars : Clone Wars, which is pretty good so far.
I listen to orchestral music, and not much else. I particularly like Romantic composers like Tchaikovsky, Sibelius, and Dvorak. The radio station at work is The Sound, which plays rock music, which isn't too bad. I rather like Queen.
I like most foods. I don't like spicy food though. Or onion. Why do some people put raw onion in sandwiches?
-somewhere quiet to go if I am not feeling very social.
-knowing how something works
Figuring out what the purpose of my life should be. Things were going fine up until Mother Nature decided to totally mess everything up.
Playing the Tuba in a brass band every second week.
-you love science
-you think getting to know an Aspie sounds interesting.