I am passionate about a few things: math and the Red Sox being two of them. I am known to partake in debates of the political or scientific sort from time to time. In that vein, I am also known to be sarcastic. I enjoy playing sports, particularly baseball. Recently, I've been hitting up the gym 2-3 times a week. Last year, I played on my department's intramural volleyball team, Set Theory, and last semester I captained our other men's team, Net Convergence, to an undefeated record. Good Times.
I don't mind the occasional bar hop, I'm always up for a Sam Adams (or Guinness). Back in Cambridge, I completed the 133 beer long beer list (over 6 months, I'm not that much of a lush) at Bukowski Tavern, which was definitely a learning experience. This has left me to be somewhat of a beer snob I s'pose. I also went on a wine vineyard tour this past January, which was similarly educational. Apparently, I have an affinity for malbecs and cabernets. So really, I'm an intellectual boozer.
I tend to be fairly open-minded (I am a denizen of the internet era), and consider myself a left-leaning moderate.
TV: House, Boston Legal, Firefly (we hardly knew ye), Scrubs, Venture Brothers, The Simpsons before they started sucking, Big Bang Theory, Archer, Law & Order
Movies: many, but a short list includes Goonies, The Usual Suspects, Office Space, The Sandlot, The Shining, The Big Lebowski (the dude abides), The Godfather
My taste in music is eclectic: I enjoy classical, techno, U2, whatever sounds good. I also tend to enjoy partaking in the singing at Red Sox games, though that's probably more attributable to the Sox than the music itself.
Also, I'm the shortest guy in my family at 6'.
Must be all the caffeine I had as a kid.
Seriously, OKC is telling me 13% of users believe they do.