I still like going out when I can, and love a good festival (Glastonbury is a favourite).
I have a 8-year old son that I spend every other weekend with. Have plenty of free time in the week though.
I have a campervan that I want to go on road trips in as and when I can. It's has also served as part of an ongoing experiment to live as frugally as possible. Sadly as it has now sat unused for ages - seems I just don't have time (or travelling companions!) to get any use from it. Would be great to meet someone interested in changing this state of affairs.
Movies - Anything that makes you think, sci-fi, some comedy. Recently I've enjoyed Ex Machina, Inception, and The Hangover.
TV - don't really watch it, but recently I've enjoyed the new Red Dwarf, and Newzoids.
Music - breakbeats, hip-hop, house, '60s/'70s rock/psychedelia, anything sort of John Peel/6 Music-ish. Anything good to dance to that's not too cheesy (ok, maybe an occasional bit of cheese if I'm drunk enough).
On my to do list is to read the best rated 100 novels and watch the best rated 250 films as compiled from a number of sources. I feel I haven't absorbed anywhere near enough culture. Perhaps throw in a few TV series and a few albums as well (although I've got a huge music library already). Anyway, this is all dependent on having more free time...
Food - vegan fast food - American (burger and chips), Chinese (Fried Tofu, soy and chilli sauce, rice noodle stir-fry), Indian (samosa, sag aloo, curries), Thai (coconut/lime curry), Italian (pizza, pasta with vegan cheese). Desserts - Alpro chocolate pudding, Swedish Glace ice-cream.
How the future is likely to pan out - will there be a post-truth, resource-depleted decline in civilisation toward a new dark ages, a rebirth toward an enlightened, post-scarcity economy, or even a techo-triumph of transhumanism (or indeed a techno-catastrophy from AI or nanotech gone wrong)?
Whether the combination of beliefs that I have put me so far out of the mainstream that I'm doomed to feel a certain amount of alienation for a fair while, whilst the world catches up ;-)