I enjoy nerdery of all sorts, from sci-fi to gaming (tabletop, video games, board games, it's all good). I'm fascinated by all things science, and will totally geek out with you over the possible implications and applications of whatever new study/experiment was published this week.
Nature is my happy space. Camping, hiking, fishing, spending a day at the beach, it's all wonderful. I walk slowly, taking in everything. I stop to listen to the birds, or to see if there's a reason that tree is growing at a strange angle. Cities are fun to visit, but it would be a challenge for me to live in one; when I got to college it took me a couple weeks to be able to sleep easily due to all the ambient light and noise.
I'm consider myself to be socially exothermic, which is to say, while I enjoy being social, and hanging out with lots of people, it is not how i "recharge," I require alone time (or at least low-key time with few people around).
In my free time, I do some rock climbing, SCA fighting (yes it's nerdy, but putting on full armor and hitting your friends with sticks is still fun), and gaming of various sorts.
B.) Boondock Saints, Equilibrium, Snatch, Sin City, Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Cannibal the Musical, Full Metal Jacket, Shaun of the Dead, Guardians of the Galaxy.
C.) John Coltrane, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Herbie Hancock, Gogol Bordello, Flogging Molly, Soundgarden, Blind Guardian, Cake, Tool, System of a Down, The Cranberries, Nonpoint, Bach, Iron Maiden, Morphine (mmmm...baritone sax), Saul Williams, Emancipator, lots of other stuff.
D.) Steak (rare, like "show the cow a picture of fire and kill it" rare), good chocolate, cookies, ice cream, good tea.
E.) Because it's relevant, favorite quotes:
"Ideals are like stars: you will not succeed in touching them with your hands, but like the seafaring man on the desert of waters, you choose them as your guides, and following them you reach your destiny." Carl Schurz
New foods. I'm a foodie, and I love trying new things.
Good/Fun Music, and a set of earbuds.
Something to investigate. I maintain a healthy level of curiosity. I'm always looking for new things to learn. If I'm out walking, I will stop, frequently, to check out how that plant is growing out of that rock, or to see if those critter prints lead somewhere.
Mystery. Not as in murder mysteries, but things that I can't explain. Partially because it's something to investigate (see above), but also partially because these things increase my sense of wonder with the world.
Countryside. I spent most of my formative years in suburbia. It was not a good match.
I used to debate which is cooler snow or thunderstorms....then thundersnow came to my attention, and having recently witnessed said phenomenon, I can truthfully say that indeed, thundersnow is greater than the sum of its parts. So now I spend a lot of time thinking about thundersnow.
oh, and how to survive a zombie invasion...you mock me now, but when you're shuffling around looking for brains, I'll still be alive, and have my brain, and you'll be all sorts of jealous.
"that system/method seems really inefficient/ineffective/boring...how can I remedy this?"
and motorcycles. sometimes, when I can't actually be riding my motorcycle actively at that moment, I'll pretend I am, and make the rumbling noises in my head, or if no one's around to judge me, out loud.
Also, (guys and women) if you ride a motorcycle, and want someone else to ride with (not an innuendo), please! I really want more people to enjoy the sport with. Same goes for rock climbing.