I love travelling and try to do that as much as I can, over the last 2 years I've been to Africa and all over SE Asia. I also generally like to have as many interesting experiences and learn as many interesting things as possible
I love rock-climbing, over the last year it has become more and more of a passion for me and I feel like I'm finally starting to get pretty good at it. I like skiing, SCUBA diving, yoga, and I'm really interested in sky-diving in the future. I want to get my pilots license within the year and own a plane within ten (but I don't have time for even getting the license so this won't actually happen)
I also love to eat tasty food and am quite proficient at that hobby. Even if I have to cook it myself
Like science fiction a lot, also history, science. My favorite fiction book is the master and margarita.
All the Nolan batman movies - best trilogy ever filmed. I don't really see that many movies, but recently I've liked Cloud Atlas. 12 monkeys is one of my favorites
The Wire, South Park, Community, Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones
I like basically all types equally. There is something good in every genre
I don't eat any mammals or other similarly intelligent animals
Love Japanese, Thai, Korean, Vietnamese, Indian, Greek, Ethiopian
My Macbook with an internet connection
Exercise and staying fit
Getting enough sleep
Snuggling and other related activities
I am politically moderate (more liberal socially), but I am pretty open-minded about things that seem to work. Generally I don't agree with radical political viewpoints. I recognize the world has problems (you just have to go outside to see them a lot of the time) but it is a lot harder to imagine the problems of hypothetical future world - no doubt they woud be there though. I think uncorrectable 'problems' that arise from human nature are at the root of a lot of what's wrong with society today though, rather than some major systemic flaw. This doesn't mean I believe in passivity, or that anyone should accept injustice, just that I believe in patient gradualism as a way to make the world better.
I know I say I am an agnostic in my description, and technically I guess I am, but I lean much more towards thinking there is no God or reason to the world. It's not that I find that attractive, it would be great if there was a friendly God, I just haven't seen any kind of evidence convincing enough to make me believe in one.
I like animals a lot, dogs are probably my favorite animal, but I like animals in general (humans included). I've got a system for eating animals based on their sentience level. So I would eat a shrimp or fish no problem, a chicken or turkey if it's been raised in good conditions, and not a cow, pig, human, etc. unless I needed to eat it to live.