There are few things I love more than intelligent conversation, especially when food and drink are involved. I'm always looking for new people to sate my appetite for discourse.
I am married. We are polyamorous. I am mostly looking for friends.
I have two young children, and they are everything to me. I spend a lot of my time cherishing every moment I get to snuggle and play with them.
I recently became a landlord, and am doing my best to take care of my building and my tenants. I spend a lot of time thinking about things like gentrification, and how not to do that.
I'm not sure what people notice about me online. Most of my online friends have known me for a long time, so none of them remember. However, my survey of a few recent friends indicates that my intelligence and humor are quite noticeable.
(b) I like movies. I see a lot of movies, and I tend to like them. I see many films in the theater. I also like to watch TV shows once they're released on DVD. Except for Doctor Who; I find ways to see that as soon as it airs.
(c) Some selected artists: Ben Folds; B.B. King; Eric Clapton solo, with Cream, and with Derek and the Dominos; Barenaked Ladies; Moxy Früvous; Moody Blues; Big Bad Voodoo Daddy; Indigo Swing; Ray Charles; Carlos Santana; Aerosmith; Cherry Poppin' Daddies; Cake; Sublime; ZZ Top; Johnny Cash; Stone Temple Pilots; Red Hot Chili Peppers; Norah Jones; Regina Spektor; Fiona Apple
In general, I like skilled music, whatever genre it might be.
(d) Beverages: Beer, specifically Guinness; assorted juices; root beer; cream soda; a wide variety of mixed drinks. I also like water. Do not underestimate the value of hydration.
Food: "Real food, not too much, mostly plants." Sushi; curry; steak.
Dessert: Dark chocolate; mint and chocolate ice cream (dairy-free, only); coffee cake; banana bread; zuccini bread; fruity ice cream (dary-free only).
Cheese. Cheese makes everything better.
What exactly is the difference between a very close friendship and a romantic relationship? Consider that asexual folk who are sex-repulsed can still have fulfilling romantic relationships. I still haven't noodled this one out, and it's why I view myself as somewhat aromantic. Although that label doesn't quite feel right still. Identity is hard.
How I can be a better husband, father, and partner to all the people I love. I especially think a lot about my children, and what behaviors I want to model for them (although I don't always succeed at modeling the ones I want). I also spend a lot of time (now, at least) thinking about how I can help my wife better actualize her happiness, because she does so much for our family, sometimes she needs somebody to help her make sure she does enough for herself too.
A few other things I think about: Programming; Math; Sex; Food; Stories; Roleplaying; Knitting; Guitar.