I seek novelty, and live by the words "variety is the spice of life" (studies have shown this cliche to be quite true), regarding study, work, travel, and other activities... I'll try anything once (within reason).
I have an affinity for old houses, antique trunks and vintage music, like Edith Piaf and Marlene Dietrich... they transport me to a simpler era.
I can be shy at first, but I open up with the right person. I tend to daydream and imagine how the world could be.
In relationships, I am loyal to my few deep friendships, which are very special to me, and I have treasured the women in my life.
I'm a perennial student... most recently, I've studied art at Emily Carr, and I've had several exhibitions.
I spent a year in Germany on exchange... when I arrived the Berlin wall was intact, but when I left, it was in ruins... so I lost my deposit.
I like to use my imagination, and explore possibilities... I write song parodies, and I've been developing a hilarious board game... I have fun making people laugh!
Architecture is my oldest passion, and I dream of some day designing beautiful Zen houses in tranquil settings.
I've studied Japanese martial arts and Chinese medicine, so if I have to beat up attackers, I can nurse them back to health.
"Harrison Ford" smile.
A Pattern Language.
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
The Way of the Superior Man.
Back to the Future.
The Royal Tannenbaums.
The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover.
Being John Malkovich.
Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog.
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.
Big Bang Theory.
How I Met Your Mother.
Better Off Ted.
Dark Chocolate Almond Bark.
Sci-fi is really about the sociological impact of future technology, and how we might use and abuse it. We have so much potential for an amazing future on this planet, if we make the right choices.