I'm not evangelistically polyamorous but it's what I've found seems to work for me.
I love wintery weather and consider the effort involved in getting around while it's snowy to be an acceptable price to pay for how pretty it is and for the delicious chill that cuts through the thickest coats. My favorite days are the ones where it's heavily overcast but isn't raining, cool and beautifully bleak.
If your first exposure to me is textual you'll probably notice that I use a lot of parenthetical phrases, which I try with variable success to control.
Movies: Comedy and horror are the big ones. I think my favorite movies are Grosse Point Blank and The Thing. John Carpenter movies basically come in "incredible" and "unwatchable" and I'm always up for the former category. I have a weird affection for found footage horror flicks like REC and VHS and will cheerfully sit through some really, really awful shit just because it's found footage. I promise not to subject you to this- I know how bad these movies usually are.
TV: My all-time favorite shows are The Venture Brothers, Parks and Recreation, the first several seasons of The Simpsons, and Mystery Science Theater 3000. (I am super excited for the reboot!) I'm not generally into procedural scifi/horror shows (I think I burned out my receptors for that after about nine seasons of Supernatural), but iZombie is really, really good and I don't know anybody who watches it.
Music: Industrial, punk, goth, synthwave. I recently started getting into 80's thrash metal, but Slayer's Reign in Blood kind of cauterized that appetite because a lot of stuff just sounds kind of meh after that. Best albums:
Nitzer Ebb, That Total Age
Skinny Puppy, Too Dark Park
Crass, Penis Envy
The Sisters of Mercy, Floodland
Front Line Assembly, Tactical Neural Implant
Midnight Syndicate, The 13th Hour
Depeche Mode, Violator
Test Department, The Unacceptable Face of Freedom
Food: Meat and vegetables, mostly, along with some cheese and nuts. I always like trying new foods, though I'm keeping the carbs down right now.
I'd really like to meet somebody who likes the same kind of music that I do. I don't have anybody to listen to the Sisters with or gush over the new Youth Code at.
The use of slurs targeted at people who are members of minority classes in the various intersecting oppressions pisses you off and you don't have to check over your shoulders to make sure the room is racially and sexually homogeneous before telling jokes.
You're local- I simply can't do long-distance. Tried it, can't do it.