climbing, kinda. I like it and I learn from it, but I don't crush. It's good, cause it means there's more to work on.
making things - I really dig sewing, sculpting and auto mechanics (didn't make it from scratch, but I can usually keep it running)
Getting overly excited about cute girls I saw way off in the distance.
dancing to some funky-soul-explosion grooves! let's dance!
Driving a stick shift. Automatics are numbing.
It's my souvenir from Argentina (they're stuck in the 80's). At first, it was a relief haircut from long hair that kept getting in my eyes when I was hiking. I eyed the locals, saw the prevalence of the mullet and gave it a shot. From day one I was sold on the sheer functionality of the cut. It's out of the face, yet it blows in the wind and you can run your fingers through it. Really, it's a cut designed implicitly for the user. I haven't gone back since.
don't worry, I keep it trimmed up
Good 'ol hip-hop: Masta Ace, Big L, Tribe Called Quest. New jazzy hip-hop-ers: MoJoe, Common Market, Blue Scholars, Little Brother (D-town, wahtup?!!!)
Crank-the-bass Reggae: John brown's body, Dub Apocalypse, 10ft Ganja Plant, Ernest Ranglin
If it's on TV....: arrested development, always sunny in Philadelphia, Colbert report, archer, wilfred
or in print: blind watchmaker, anything Carl Hiassan, Endurance, EPIC, The mountains of my life, Freedom of the Hills. Ishmael, guns germs and steel, Wired Magazine,
I love any and all types of food, but Banana Pudding is at the top.
learning something new
good, comfortable friends
yerba mate (not six, but it's prevalent in all of the above)
How I would draw something as a cartoon.
Also, camping gear, but that's more of a disease or affliction. I'd say that falls in the larger arena of figuring out how to make things easier for me (or others) to use.