As a result of the above, I tend to be fairly opinionated and abrasive. My grandfather once told me the mark of a good friend is being able to disagree with one another vehemently and still remain friends, and I'm inclined to agree with him. Just because I think you are all-caps WRONG about something doesn't mean I don't like you :)
I currently live with my cat, Wesley, in an apartment in Nashua.
The Blank Slate (Steven Pinker,) Non-Zero (Robert Wright,) The Better Angels of Our Nature (Steven Pinker,) The Conscience of a Liberal (Paul Krugman.)
Life Artificial (David Eubanks,) Dresden Files series (Jim Butcher,) A Song of Ice and Fire (G.R.R. Martin,) Snowcrash (Neal Stephenson.)
Brazil, Demolition Man, V for Vendetta, Waterworld, Zootopia
Adventure Time, Steven Universe, Archer, Bones, Firefly, Doctor Who
VNV Nation, Assemblage 23, mind.in.a.box, cut.rate.box, Bruce Cockburn, Garth Brooks
Kerbal Space Program, CounterStrike: Global Offense, Wargame: Red Dragon, Battlefield 4, Destiny
Chicken alfredo, beef stroganoff, buffalo fingers, anything without bones and reasonably meaty in texture, Taco Bell.
A programmable computer
Pencil and paper
Interesting problems to work on
I'm simultaneously put off by really flamboyent guys, but find slightly flamboyent guys really, really cute.
I've experienced clinical depression for years, and am currently on medication to deal with it, and seem to be doing so successfully. I feel like I'm constantly faking being a programmer. I have a deep, abiding worry that I'm not going to accomplish anything of note in my lifetime.
You're passionate about something and can't stop talking/thinking about it, be it sociology, computers, physics, mathematics, art. I'll try to keep up, and add what I can :)