I'm kind of dualist when it comes to pretty much everything. I can be totally laid back or super intense. I could be super logical and dry or empathic and warm (equal parts both at work). I could be lazy as hell or diligent, ambitious, and harder working than James Brown (bonus points if you get that reference). It all just depends on what's going, who I'm with, where I am, etc.
More generally, my philosophy is that it's OK to be wrong (and it's actually a good thing sometimes) as long as you admit it and try to find the right answer/path/whatever.
Also, I am brilliant, hilarious, and humble ;)
(sorry for the emoticon...)
As far as what I'm "really good at," pretty much anything to do with psychology, science, research, and other nerdy stuff. I'm probably best at everything to do with clinical psych (which is a big part of why I love my job), but I try to leave that at work because it can complicate things when it comes friends and family.
I think that the first thing a person notices about you says more about them than about you.
I'll eventually post a pic, so message me what you notice first about it.
Mark Twain , Leo Tolstoy, Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Terry Pratchett , Vonnegut, Philip K Dick, Jon Stewart ("Naked Pictures of Famous People" is hilarious), Jon Ronson, Sean Carrol, Howard Zinn, etc.
I'll listen to almost anything so I don't really know that I have any "favorites" but I really like Tom Waits, David Bowie, and Operation Ivy. Julia Nunes is pretty cool, too.
I'm pretty adventurous with food as well but I think my favorite styles fall into Italian and Japanese cuisine. Maybe I'll try more German stuff so I can get the Axis Powers trifecta.
2. Internet access
3. My car
4. My Dogs
5. My family
6. The Lazarus pits
-What the hell my patients at work are thinking (both from a clinical perspective and "WTF?!?").
-What would happen if the TARDIS went 88 miles per hour
Don't judge me.