Race things on wheels when I have time. Love motorcycle and driving trips abroad where I can really enjoy the scenery. I like all 3 types of skiing, (jet, snow, water), wakeboarding, snowboarding, kneeboarding, snowbiking, scubadiving, movies, dancing, music, target shooting, sex, driving anything fast or road trips slow. I have motorcycles, jetskis, a Polaris RZR, an awesome hot tub with a stereo, lights and a water sybian and other toys I love playing on. Ya' can't take them with you when you die but you can sure have a LOT of fun on them when you're alive!!
I raced Motocross as a kid and now race cross country motorcycles.
I sometimes race cars also.
Reading Ayn Rand's 'Atlas Shrugged' now. Just finished 'Long Way round' by Ewan McGregor (yes Obi Wan, THAT Ewan) which was about riding around the world on BMW motorcycles, which is something I'd do. Also just read 'The art of racing in the rain' which was great! I also have about 12 books waiting on U.S. politics since I am an interested activist and 'Anti-cancer a new way of life' (about nutrition) which I have been skimming.
I listen mostly to alternative, 70/80/90/00s/Alternative but can handle some punk, R and B, dance-club, country (in small doses), Classical and other types but I’m not into rap AT ALL. Favs include: The Cramps, Ministry, Dwight Yoakum, Lilly Allen, La Roux, D Generation, Social Distorion, Daft Punk, Black Rebel Motorcycle Gang, Love and Rockets, David Bowie, Iggy Pop, Peter Murphy, Jesus and Mary Chain, NIN, White (and Rob) Zombie, Danzig, The Cure, U2, The Alarm, New Order, R.E.M., Ting Tings, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Tegan and Sara, Sisters of Mercy, Duran Duran, Elastica, Garbage, Cocteau Twins, Counting Crows, Chumbawamba, Dollyrots, Spinnarette, Thee Ultra Bimboos, Raveonettes, Thievery Corporation, D Generation, Velvet Revolver, The Vines, White Stripes, Weezer, Oasis, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, Wolfmother, Smashing Pumpkins, The Killers, Keane, Band of skulls, HIM, Suede, M83, Supergrass, Strokes, Raconteurs, Cherry Poppin Daddies, REM, Queens of the Stone Age, Professional Murder Music, Snake River Conspiracy, Southern Culture on the skids, Monster Magnet, L7, Joan Jett, Hellbillys, Green Day, Gibby Hanes, Circle Jerks, The Faint, Dandy Warhols, Blur, Goo Goo Dolls, Foo Fighters, Muse, Moby, The Cult, Fatboy Slim, Supergrass, Beck, Wang Chung, Sheryl Crow, Tom Petty, Modest Mouse, Garbage, Donnas, Wall of Voodoo, Dire Straits and Red Hot Chili Peppers. I pretty much have seen every decent band in the 80's especially the alternative music ones. Have partied with Cheap Trick, X, Pink Floyd, The Bangles, The Smithereens, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Depeche Mode, The Blasters, Grace Jones, Reverend Horton Heat, Gang of Four, Flock of Seagulls, The Ramones and others. I have seen Lords of The New Church, Ministry, Chronic Generation, Black Uhuru, The Damned, P.I.L., The Sex Pistols, B-52s (4 times), Dead Kennedys (3 times), Scorpions, Tesla, Black Flag and Samhain/Misfits and hundreds of others. In new music of the last 25 years few others have seen half the bands I have which has taught me to just enjoy what I like without regard to what's cool this week.
Fav movies include.
Love Tarantino and Rodriguez movies, The Fifth Element, Strange Days, The Monty Python movies, Vicky Cristina Barcelona, The Princess Bride, Rocky Horror Picture show, The Matrix movies, Cannibal! The Musical, The Star Wars, Alien and Lord of the Rings movies, The Mad Max movies, Blade Runner, V for Vendetta, anything by Tim Burton or M. Night Shyamalan I have about 1000 movies on video and have Direct TV, (love Archer, Bob's Burgers, South Park The Simpsons, American Dad, Family Guy, Rick and Morty and almost anything Adult Swim) Internet TV, Netflix and a DVR (I LOVE gadgets!) so I've seen (or have) most things you'd care to mention (especially if anything Sci-Fi or action oriented is involved). I buy a lot of movie sound tracks to get diverse music. Dramas are fine and romance movies are okay I suppose if everyone else wants to watch them but they wouldn't be my first choice.
Individualism is morally superior to collectivism (Ayn Rand).
"If the words, 'Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness,' don't include the right to experiment with your own consciousness, then the Declaration of Independence isn't worth the hemp it was written on." Terence McKenna
Ways to get sponsors for my racing endeavors.
I was in New Orleans for Mardi Gras (first time) right after the Superbowl, wow that was fun back in 2010 and I was in a parade float in 2016 in New Orleans throwing beads to the thousands of people along the parade route!
In 2014 I did a 10 day skiing trip to Switzerland and France in February and earlier in the year I was in Italy driving a Ferrari all around the country!
I also go to Austin Texas sometimes to visit friends since I LOVE that city!
Or I might just be at the local gym trying to get a workout like I try to do a few times a week.
As far as my opinion about religion or evolution I would suggest that you check out 'Ancient Aliens' on the History channel! IF you have an open-mind you too may decide it makes more sense than the "God/Jesus stories" handed down by generations of primitive man whose only explanations for EVERYTHING 2000 years ago was "God did it". We know better now thanks to science but they didn't even know what earthquakes or meteors or thunderstorms were! I think that sexual monogamy is boring and creates too much motivation for actual cheating so I'm occasionally into "the lifestyle" and hopefully you are open-minded enough to try it. I am also an atheist. In my opinion, all religions are fairy tales. The Greek gods are particularly interesting, but if you actually believe any god is real and think everyone else should have to follow your god's particular rules, we probably won't get along very well. I believe in an atomic electrical natural version of Heaven that some might call spiritual that has nothing to do with a "God" so if you believe in the fairy tale Bible then we will have a difference of opinion.