I love fresh air and sunshine. Excuses to wander are welcome.
I don't have any, but I care a lot about animals. (Humans included.)
In a more immediate sense, I'm a web designer, musician, and writer, among other things. Piano and voice are my instruments of choice most of the time. My preferred means of addressing social issues is through stories which expand people's hearts a few sizes, Grinch-style. Most of us have some Grinchiness left in us somewhere. Humor and beauty or both powerful when wielded for good.
I've also had a lot of people notice my dimples when I smile, especially when I shave my goatee. (There's some pictures of what I look like without, by the way, if you're curious.)
I love Miyazaki movies (especially Spirited Away, Howl's Moving Castle, Castle in the Sky, and Nausicaä in te Valley of the Wind)... and I don't think I've ever seen Spirited Away without first making veggie sushi. :) Kung Fu Hustle was pretty darn wonderful, and the nerdy side of me really, really appreciated Scott Pilgrim. Pixar movies like Wall-E and Up are extremely lovely. That said, while I don't like more violent stuff nearly as much, if you've seen both The Usual Suspects and Fight Club, then I have a terrible joke to tell you.
I don't watch TV a lot, but Firefly and Arrested Development are both good. I actually have watched more Japanese anime than
live action stuff... some of my favorites are/were (in no particular order) G-Gundam, Puella Magi Madoka Magica, Yuki Yuna Is A Hero, Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann, Cowboy Bebop, Outlaw Star, Tenchi In Tokyo, Magical Shopping Arcade Abenobashi, and the Gundam Wing movie Endless Waltz. And most things Miyazaki (as noted above).
Music includes the piano rock of Ben Folds, the uplifting folk-punk of Defiance, Ohio, the wonderful indie / chamber pop goodness of The Never and Lost in the Trees (and the Polyphonic Spree, too), sometimes some They Might Be Giants, Paul Simon / Simon and Garfunkel... I'm not sure what classical music specifically, but certainly some of it would count, too.
As far as food, other than my vegetarian-itude, I'm not particularly picky. Middle Eastern, Indian, Thai, American, Italian sometimes, Mexican, bubble tea, general food-type food... I also enjoy cooking. I tend towards experimentation, which usually doesn't end in disaster, but again, the Veganomicon is a wonderful cookbook.
I don't play games much anymore, but I used to really like RPGs, platformers, and sometimes shmups... Final Fantasy Tactics is one of my all-time favorites, as well as the first four entries in the Mega Man X series. Commander Keen, Jazz Jackrabbit, Raptor: Call of the Shadows, Tyrian, Epic Pinball, Klonoa, and Armored Core all hold special places in my heart. I'm a heretic, insofar as I finished Final Fantasy 8 but not 7. Recently I've enjoyed Cave Story, Portal (if that counts as recent - great use of story), and Hydorah (though honestly, I wish it had an option for unlimited saves - my only gripe. But it does force you to hone your skills). And I only watched Markiplier's playthrough of it, but Spooky's House of Jumpscares may have my all-time favorite title of any game I know.
Good, uplifting music.
Time for meditation.
Positivity / compassion / unselfish Love.
Wit, most especially the kind that doesn't come at anyone's expense.
Family / friends / animals.
And, a special bonus seventh... big, epic, inspiring goals.
Bonus points if you're lovely, kind, and good. More if you're silly, too. If you're vegetarian, that's excellent; if you do neat and inspiring, things, I'd like to hear about them.
I can't promise we'll hit it off but I will try to reply. Hope to hear from you soon!