I like most of the sorts of things that are done for the enjoyment of the outdoors, and don't involve one random grouping of people trying to get some object through a certain region of space more often than another random grouping of people. Hiking, kayaking, cross country skiing are among my favourites.
Although I do enjoy being outdoors, I'm not nearly energetic enough to be very fit. I also enjoy a wide variety of sedentary activities such as reading, watching TV/movies, and playing video games. I'm somewhat selective in viewing material, mostly leaning towards science fiction; I like my fantasy fantastical. For games I prefer RPG/puzzle, although the odd racing game is fun too. Can you tell I'm not a big sports fan?
A final warning for the wise - I'm addicted to ferrets. Sure, cigarette packages come with tons of warnings about how addictive they are, but no one ever warns you about ferrets until it's far too late. And for me, it's far, far too late.
I am independent, laid-back, and a ferretaholic
Define "really". Among many other things, I enjoy hiking up mountains, kayaking, playing video games, taking photos. I suppose relative to people who don't do those things at all, I'm "really" good at them.
Probably nothing you'd want to put on a resume though, no matter what definition of "really" you use.
b. Haven't seen too many movies lately; some favourite TV series are Babylon 5, Stargate, Red Dwarf, Due South, Futurama, Ranma.
c. Pretty ecclectic taste in music, I'll usually find at least a song or two I like in any category of music, although if I had to choose just one category I'd say rock.
d.Food? Mmm, Vietnamese... Probably anything that's bad for me.
(Btw, if you think that all this effort is in preparation for an exciting social entanglement, get ready for disappointment; I'm probably just going on a short evening ride before coming back home for an exciting night of reading/video games)
And yes, I really DID graduate from space camp.
(i.e. you read this, you still want to talk to me, and you like ferrets)
I seem to remember joining this site way back when with the idealistic hope of meeting a circle of like-minded ferret enthusiasts, but all I seem to meet is people interested in dating. What's up with that?