I love music, both listening and playing. I play pipe and theater organ. I like everything from classical to techno.
I don't have pro, do if you "like" me on here I won't see it was you. Send me a message!
I enjoy exploring buildings. I love seeing places that people aren't supposed to see.
I spend a lot of my free time thinking about what I study, and I study what I love, which is great because I spend most of my free time doing what I love...
I'm not into video games and I don't think that television is a good group activity. I really enjoy talking with people one-on-one.
I read a lot of non-fiction, but I love Harry Potter and have no shame in admitting it. I have also enjoyed The Golden Compass, The Art of Racing in the Rain, and a post-apocalyptic conspiracy books (The Roar and Little Brother being the two of this genre that I've explored).
I like everything from classical to techno. I've especially been listening to traditional American folk and traditional jazz. Names like Pink Martini, Chet Baker, Seekers; Peter, Paul, and Mary.
I often go see releases at the Kenworthy. For most of my life, I never watched films, I'm slowly catching up.
The most clever film I have ever seen is Agatha Christie's "And Then There Were None".
I thoroughly enjoy the Rocky Horror Picture Show (throwing things in the theater, dancing in the isles, the whole thing).
My favorite television show is Fraiser.
Classic and new Doctor Who are both excellent -- I have been a long-time fan of classic Who.
The I.T. Crowd, Father Ted, Vicar of Dibley, Red Dwarf... all good, cheaply produced BBC productions.
6. A car (self transportation wasn't something I ever thought would be important)
7. Rules to break. (How original, right?)
Coffee. Black, espresso, latte, cappuccino, macchiato, mocha.. but I prefer to make my own coffee.
Or at home, or out with friends, or doing homework, or studying, or watching re-runs of Frasier.
Just send a message. Conversation is nice
You should be local, in the Moscow/Pullman area or not too far beyond. (Spokane is too far)
I'm not usually the first to step up and say I want to get to know someone better; but, I appreciate it when people talk with me.