Politically, I am left-meaning. I dislike hunting, am not that into cars (in fact I don't own a car - I take public transit), and tend to be uncomfortable in large crowds. I am not much into sports; I like the outdoors but also have health issues that make it so a lot of the outdoor things people do, like hiking and swimming and stuff, are pretty difficult for me I am much more at home being, well, at home, or indoors at least.
All right, now that I've scared most people off with that last paragraph, on to more positive things. I love technology and geeking out over computers or fandom-related things. If you know what the term fandom is, message me because we'll probably get along really well. I am also pretty passionate about family history work.
I like to cook, but not every day. I am slowly but surely improving my cooking skills through trial and error. It's an adventure!
Movies: All of the standard nerdy ones; LOTR, HP, Back to the Future, Serenity, etc. My taste in movies is similar to books; I don't like overly mushy ones, but as long as they're fairly clean (there'd have to be a really good reason for me to watch a movie rated R, for example), I'll watch whatever.
Shows: Community, The Office, The Big Bang Theory, Chuck, Grimm, How I Met Your Mother, Merlin, Being Human, Sherlock, and Doctor Who are shows I have watched and enjoyed in the last few months. My taste tends to be more drama/comedy than anything else; I loathe most reality tv. I tend to watch a lot more British shows than the average American.
Music: I don't listen to music all that often. I like classical music, songs from the LDS hymnbook, and 80s music the most.
Food: I have a low tolerance for spicy food but am not picky and love many types of food.