I am interested in a variety of subjects, and love to learn, particularly about technology and natural sciences. My favorite physical pastime is dancing, preferably to quick energetic electronic music or some flavors of hip hop. I love going for drives on mostly open roads, and when I can invest the time I like to get myself a little lost venturing into terrain I haven't reached before and see what sights there are on the quest to track down a different path back.
I'm here to meet and greet interesting people, in the hopes of finding those who want to share together the things that make us who we are. Ultimately I'm more interested in finding a lover than a sex partner, if your goals are similar and you're interested in finding out how we'd hit it off, I encourage you to give it a shot.
Really though, I have the same sort of vague ambitions as so many other naive, directionless undergrads. I'm just getting to an age where there's less and less excuse for it.
Also, I've been told I have a knack for intuiting the word you're looking for when it gets stuck on the tip of your tongue.
But you have to understand, I'm an enigma wrapped in a riddle wrapped in figgy pudding. The pudding is there as insulation so all the magic doesn't get out. And I *can* climb a minor mountain if the situation calls for it.
movies: I like mindbenders such as Fight Club, Memento, and Pi most. After that is action and SFX like Iron Man and The Matrix. And when I'm alone and no one is likely to catch me, a third genre I gravitate toward is 'chick-flicks' (this is probably a misnomer, I hope not too offensively so) - I've been known to get a little weepy over a good romantic dramedy, eg The Holiday or It's Complicated
tv: TV is candy, and as such I demand that it be fun, pleasant to watch, and not take up too much of my time. I should say that when I watch I do like How I Met Your Mother, The Middle, Futurama, Family Guy, Scrubs... there's actually quite a few. Mostly it all fulls under the 'funny' heading, I like to laugh when I'm doing nothing else.
Books: I'm not sure what I like for books, I used to read a lot of sci-fi till it all started to look the same, now I'm tacking out trying to find something new to enjoy. I'm open to suggestions, I tend to disappoint myself when looking for titles, most of my favorite reads have come at the suggestion of friends.
Food: I eat mostly stuff that doesn't take a lot of preparation or dishes. This results in a fair amount of one-pan wonders, and an excessive amount of take-out. I'm a sucker for Pad Thai and sushi.
3:a good pants pocket paradigm (for easy location of keys, wallet, phone, etc.)
4:another tomorrow to put stuff off to
5:convenient media distractions
Is life the struggle to resist the fate of entropy? Perhaps the tendency of the universe toward disorder is the current we will to swim against, in fact perhaps it inspired the development of that will in the first place?
What is a value, abstractly? How does one pick theirs up? Are they measurably good or bad?
Why is it that I know exactly what I want to say before and after I say it, but it all seems to get muddled in the moment?