I grew up around here, but had a lot of life experience becoming a new incarnation of myself in NYC for 6 years. Turns out a lot of cities are pricy.
I recently started learning how to bet on horse racing from my gambling prodigy uncle and whatever other sources I study on the matter. It's quite thrilling, and I'm slowly and carefully learning how to make increasingly large profits from it.
Trying to come up with a podcast.
Acting. I'm much better for screen/voice acting than stage, but I have done some stage work, which is like a career military vet saying he's done some Vietnam work.
Remembering things in detail indefinitely. I once remembered an instrumental for over 20 years, and was finally able to identify it just by humming the main melody into a website so a person could identify it.
Anything on mythology/paganism/heathenism. I'm just into the stories/imagery.
Crime fiction, Philip K. Dick, world history, nything about lucid dreaming, comics, manga, books on art, true crime(mostly about the mob.
(B) Many. Here are just a few examples:
Movies/TV are very different from music for me because I find that there's still plenty of great material on mainstream TV and even in Hollywood sometimes. You don't have to dig nearly as deep underground to find good stuff in these fields as you do in music, though thanks to the web that's far less of an issue than it once was.
Shows I'm really into include:
Vice Principals, American Horror Story, Scream Queens, South Park, Moonbeam City, Rick and Morty, Bojack Horseman, Red Dwarf, SNL(which has recently regained some of its long-absent spirit,) Rake, Fargo, Silicon Valley, Cheers, True Detective, Banshee, Kaiji, Blake's 7, Lexx, Farscape, Monster, One Piece, Freaks and Geeks, Skins, An Idiot Abroad, True Blood, Twin Peaks, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Justified, Community, Orange is the New Black, Trailer Park Boys, Luther, Pushing Daisies, Weeds, Life on Mars/Ashes to Ashes saga, Doctor Who(in the original run and this one, especially when Russell T. Davies doesn't write the episode,) Fringe, The Drunken Peasants Podcast, ...and Miami FUCKING Vice. Best show Giancarlo Esposito's ever been in. Yep. I said it.
Electronic in general
1980s pop, indie rock and electronic(I am the biggest '80s fan you'll meet, and music is only the beginning here.)
(E) I'm pescetarian. Not very picky about food, but some's better than others, and I like most things originating from the Far East or Europe that are within my dietary restrictions. Speaking of food, I also have a strong urge to see Anthony Bourdain pummeled into humility. That'd take a lot.
My sense of humor. I'm fairly clownish, in a non-juggalo kind of way.
Art--including any form--music/movies/TV shows/books/comics/stand-up comedy. I'll also include creating art here as a need.
Non-internet social interaction. Do you miss the days when there was more of that as much as I do?
Other parts of the world/country to take interest in and travel to.
Lucid dreaming is too badass for words.
How to lead a more active lifestyle
The 80s, of which I am a lifelong non-ironic fan.
How to be increasingly non-dogmatic
What Would Loki Do?(Not the Marvel version, though I love Marvel quite a bit)
I don't post every random fact about myself on here, but you can ask me anything. I'm extremely open, and unashamed of almost anything someone could ask me about. The first paragraph in this section is a rare exception.
I'm all for making progress in life, but have no respect whatsoever for age roles, such as doing/not doing something at age X simply because "that's what people do." If you disagree, you'll hate me almost as much as I hate Pat Sajak.
You can politely and accurately explain to me what's so great about Mad Men besides the sets and costumes(I've had this line in here for 3+ years and have received about one answer--but it agreed with me, and gave some insight into other reasons people inexplicably obsess over it.)
If you're just looking for friends, that's peachy as well.
You don't have to be an atheist, but you have to be atheist-friendly. Agnostics are also atheists, though this is such a common misconception I don't get too riled up if people have it. If you think morality needs a god/religion, that's a major roadblock.
Oh, and please don't be an advocate of the ideas of Ayn Rand, Rand Paul, or Paul Ryan. I'd take Nixon over those clowns 8 days a week.