I'm an introvert and proud of it. I enjoy thinking about how the world works and my place in it. 95% of the time I'm very laid-back - a go-with-the-flow type... but when I decide that something should happen, I'm very headstrong about getting it done.
I am philosophical, laid-back, and a little bit geeky
Various projects overflow my life outside of work - debating with and taking care of friends, composing electronic music, personal web projects, and the occasional written word keep my busy when I'm not getting paid.
No really - I think I slip under most people's radar at first, and it's not until we get to know one another that I leave much of an impression on someone. At first, I think I may come across as a little socially awkward. Those that do get to know me seem to keep coming back for more, so I figure that's a good sign.
Movies: The Evil Dead, Repo! The Genetic Opera, Mirrormask, The Corpse Bride, Requium for a Dream, Ski School, Alice in Wonderland, The Dark Crystal, Mystery Men, Big Trouble in Little China, Logan's Run, Barbarella.
Music: Hilltop Hoods, Pornophonique, Assemblage 23, Delerium, Plumb, Funker Vogt, Bad Religion, Lamb, KMFDM, Shooter Jennings, Anna Nalick, Wolfsheim, Street Dogs, Conjure One, Flogging Molly, Sleeptheif, The KLF, Blue Scholars.
Food: Anything I can cook up! I like foods with lots of flavor - hearty to spicy.
"Also scared to talk on the phone."
Yes yes. As bunni3burn is kind enough to point out, I have some telephone issues. I find it super difficult to just pick up the phone and dial someone I haven't spoken to before or very often. This is particularly apparent when needing to call the landlord, or have to make dentist appointments, but can apply to social calls as well, though those are easier. I blame the introversion. It's easily enough worked around though, it just takes some planning and someplace I can shut the door and focus before dialing the number...