I took a wonderful vacation in Seattle a while back. One day, I pretty much just walked aimlessly around the city, and it was wonderful, and I found out that I like wandering very much.
I was at Game 6 of the NLCS to watch the Cubs make their way to the World Series after their 71 year drought. I don't care if that means nothing to you, but it was certainly a night I will never forget.
I occasionally get drunk in the winter so I can then taste the cold, because it really tastes good.
I grew up in a Christian household, and while I wouldn't say I follow the religion anymore, it still has shaped a good part of who I am today. (Less 'THE GAYS ARE EVIL,' more 'Don't be a dick')
I once cooked up homemade rocket fuel in a hot plate. It turned out to be more of a smoke bomb, though. I need to perfect the recipe.
I like planes and trains, but I'm not all that fond of automobiles.
Every now and then, I get the urge to move to Sweden (Used to be Iceland, but since I'm non-EU Sweden is much more realistic).
I should have been a 16th century blacksmith.
I might just be the only person in the entire Chicago Metro area that still enjoys cold weather past mid-January.
Being incredibly cynical while holding a very happy and optimistic outlook on life. It's a fun balance!
I am a Swedish Viking.
Movies: I finally saw Ex Machina.
Shows: Finishing up Person of Interest, which is a top-notch sci-fi show too good to be on a network. I'll still thank the gods for its existence.
Music: I can find enjoyable music in any genre, but I love symphonic metal with female vocalists. And some types of EDM. Just started getting into electroswing like Caravan Palace; it's just so fun!
Food: I can't stand rotisserie chicken, I will never have enough sushi, and I usually prefer getting drunk on hard cider, wine, or vodka. That's about it.
Alarm clocks - multiple.
Occasional late nights
Occasional late mornings
Honeycrisp apples: Genetically engineered to be the *perfect* apple.
The technological singularity, or "DAMMIT When do I get my cyborg implants?"
If you wanna ask me about the ethical implications of the theory that we're all just living in a simulation of the universe.