I love the outdoors, even if I don't get that many chances to see it. I try to get out to Yosemite (and other National Parks), as well as the Monterey Bay Aquarium as often as I can, and hope to get back into geocaching one of these days.
Demographically speaking, I graduated from Caltech in '87, and I have 2 energetic, fun, precocious children. I'm originally from Southern California, live in San Jose, and my soul's in Black Rock City.
I am logical, generous, and sensual
My wife says: "What people notice about you is your pretty red beard, gorgeous green eyes, and long sexy eyelashes. Not to mention your luscious butt. Just sayin'"
My musical taste is pretty eclectic, but primarily 80s-present alternative rock. E.g. Stan Ridgway (and of course Wall of Voodoo), Barenaked Ladies, Cake, Camper Van Beethoven, Semisonic, some Metallica, The Postal Service, etc., but then I really like Tangerine Dream, Mannheim Steamroller, Pink Floyd, Yello, Bach (and Beck :-), The Police, Danielle Dax, Leonard Cohen, oh, I give up.
I love watching movies, though I don't get many chances to go these days. Probably my favorite is The Princess Bride, but the usual action and SF suspects (Bladerunner, Alien(s), etc.) are enjoyable (the David Lynch Dune movie was... colorful... but the SciFi channel's mini-series was really very good), loved The Incredibles, etc. Loved a quirky little comedy called "The Whole Nine Yards". In the realm of "classics", who can't love Casablanca, but Arsenic and Old Lace was fun, as were the Thin Man films. Bizarrely, I've never gotten around to seeing The Godfather or ET for that matter (yes, I know, I'm a heretic).
Only thing I'm into of a theatrical bent lately is Cirque du Soleil.
I'm definitely a "foodie". I enjoy most cuisines that don't involve lots of little dried fish, but my faves are Thai, Indian, Chinese, sushi, Mexican, Middle Eastern, Greek, and Ethiopean, when I'm not just in the mood for a burger or the like, that is.
There are only 2 food groups: foods improved by adding chocolate, and foods improved by adding garlic. Very few are neither or both.
1) My wife.
2) My kids.
6) A really nice mutton, lettuce, and tomato sandwich (bonus points).
More seriously, hanging out with the family, traveling, or zoning out with a book.