I wish they would offer Unitarian Universalism as a religion type. Or Humanist. Or something to that extent.
As far as what I'm interested in. Biology, Linguistics, Computer Science, Technology, Books on the subjects mentioned before. Economics can be a good time.
Trying to be more active, I tried paragliding this summer. Boy what a rush. And kayaking. That was fun, but that was back in Arkansas, and I don't have a boat here (yet?). Since I've moved to California, I've tried speed skating and martial arts (again). Nothing like a good race and hand to hand combat to get the ole blood flowing.
I'm trying to be more active. Right now I'm going to a trainer at the gym. In the past I've done martial arts (Kali/Jeet Kun Do), indoor short track speed skating, and kayaking. Each is worth a try, but with the trainer I'm starting to grow out some muscle groups so I'm pretty happy.
Movies are not quite as fun as books, but I still watch quite a few of them. Standard schtuff really. If you can remember a movie called "Buying the Cow." I enjoy the younger dry humor/sarcastic actors a bit. You know Zooey Deschanel. To some extent Joseph Gordon-Levitt. It is always fun to see.
Music is also a good time. I'm dipping more and more into the indie musicland but I'm having a hard time finding cool and awesome bands. If you can recommend a few that'd be super awesome. I'll share the names of the bands I've found that are equally awesome. I have quite a bit of world music as well. Arabic, French, Japanese, etc.
Food. As much as I'd like to be a vegetarian, I just can't do it. I eat very small amounts of beef nowadays. My main poison is chicken. As for types of food. World food is always good. I can't wait for Thanksgiving and Christmas to roll by so I can get awesome and delicious food from my family. Mm mm.
Why I should be exercising right now. Martial arts and speed skating make me want to condition more.
Also! I'm new-ish to the bay area and I'd love to meet new people in general. Perhaps some adventuring is in order. I love trying new things, but trying new things solo kind of blows.