I am fiercely loyal to those few that deserve it, and (sometimes to my detriment) usually to those who do not. I am somewhat of a closet romantic, however, if this fact were to get out, my reputation would be RUINED.
I am currently a Second Class Petty Officer in the U.S. Navy, once ate 14 hot dogs in one sitting (it was a long sitting), and have given up both facebook and television for Lent at some point in my life.
Spur of the moment adventures are my cup of tea, and growing up in the Great Northwest has given me an affinity for the outdoors. Trees, mountains, and oceans are my number one choice to explore and spend time (ironic given my current location). If you know of any beautiful green areas, I would love to know about them!
I was three years in to a BS of chemistry when I realized that major was all wrong for me (read: too much math and analytical chemistry!), but now, in my infinite wisdom, have realized I enjoyed learning and cannot wait to go back.
-Driving in a spirited manner
-Preventing myself from drooling (work in progress)
-Keeping an intelligent conversation (definitely work in progress)
-Over-analyzing scary scientific theory's such as Roko's Basilisk or The Great Filter.
-Plenty of other things. You'll have to ask to find out.
As for food, I'm a meat-a-tarian. I also enjoy Thai food on occasion (or often...whichever comes first).
-Something to drive for
-You (Oh Jeez, shoot me now)
-The False Vacuum Theory
-What's for dinner
-Why I keep starting home projects without finishing any of them
-The meaning of life
-Why pizza is so delicious
-Roko's Basilisk (because it's so fucking scary)
-Artificial Intelligence and the fact that we have emulated the brain of a flatworm--these things consist of a whopping 302 neurons!
...I'll tell you mine if you tell me yours
I just got a lemon tree. If you have any idea how to keep it alive (I don't...), please tell me!
Also, definitely message me if you have actually heard of the Fermi Paradox.