Bellingham is the best place. I'll let you draw your own conclusions about me from that.
Now that summer is gone biking to work is still in, and my friends and I are squeezing the last dregs out of the whole hiking/rock climbing/camping business.
I can draw pretty well. I have a website and everything, but I don't update it as often as I should.
I can pitch most tents I've come across no problem! Although now that my friends and I all have good tents, this is not all that impressive.
I think the books I like most are probably The Idiot and The Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. But then Diamond Age was interesting, too. And Asimov's stories. And Chesterton's works.
Hrm. And I recently read The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, which was... I don't know if good is the word. I think maybe Important is better.
I am pretty dang open when it comes to music; you can name a genre and I'll tell you like something from it. Or go exploring in it! Lately I've been in the mood for Nine Inch Nails and Cold War Kids, though.
Food is good and I like it.
Orange juice! It cures all ills, it's orange, it's tasty. Never be without a gallon in your fridge.
I like my friends and family, even if they drive me nuts sometimes.
I'm sure I can find some other things, just give me a minute.
Getting angry about sexism in video games.
Instead, I'll confess that I wish I was good at StarCraft.
You'll play it once, Sam, for old times' sake.
You don't form in the wet sand.
You've watched c-beams glitter in the dark.
You live under the name of Sanders.