Hell with it, who am I to classify myself? Yet, it seems everything is about labels in life...
We like being able to understand what we are dealing with, no? To find that comfort zone.
The black sheep is merely miss understood.
We are products of our means after all.
So every day we truly live our lives, makes us that much harder to label.
With that, I guess I'm just me.
Jotting insane ramblings and crafting the thoughts of a mad man.
Billiards, I'll mop the table with ya!
Posture? Muscles? Hazel/green eyes?
Meh, too subjective of a question.
Everyone marches to the beat of a different drummer.
Artists, cause, why not? Caspar David Friedrich (Romanticism art, I call it early sci-fi), check out 'Cemetery In The Snow' and 'The Sea of Ice.'
Limitless, Fight Club, It's A Beautiful Day (a little depressing but amazing)
House, Adventure Time, Rick and Morty, South Park, X-Files (original, haven't seen the new yet.)
Unkle, Younger Brother, Infected Mushroom; Trip Hop, Liquid DnB, IDM(Like Amon Tobin, more of the down beat stuff), Industrial, Metal
Burritos and anything spicy, GI track of steel!
My notepad hmm maybe its a sketch book? ..or some mix of the two??
A world outside of cities and civilization
Any sort of creative outlet; wood, metal, fabric, digital, web, arduino/electronics
The cognitive biases that arise and the subsequent need to delve into those dialectic struggles.
If the right brain isn't our internal voice, but is a major source of responsive thought, is there a way to pick up on the responses it gives the left brain?
Bars, clubs, concerts (in the mosh pit or raving while embracing the tunes), dinner with friends, the random chills that makes life nice.
Or at home making something trippy.
Wait... Did that qualify? ... Dang it ...
Running around in circles drives you insane... Or.. hey maybe getting dizzy and falling over is a good way to relax.
You enjoy industrial or metal, is a plus.
If you feel like skipping the small talk, by all means. Actually, preferred. Seems like two people can get to know each other way quicker with their philosophies and reasons behind their hobbies, than where they grew up or where they like to hang out.