I'm a pretty spontaneous, laid-back guy. I love live sports (especially the Giants, but I'm devoted to all the bay area teams), live music, hiking, beaches, and basically just putting myself out there and seeing what happens. I also like playing guitar and I also play a wide variety of sports, from disc golf to softball to bowling.
I have a deep appreciation for hot water, good food and drinks, and a freshly salted shuffleboard table.
Eventually I decided to get my EMT certification, worked as an EMT for awhile, then went to paramedic school and got my medic license.
Unfortunately, medic jobs are few and far between right now thanks to the shitty economy, so I'm currently a lowly office drone while I continue hunting for ambulance jobs.
I've recently become addicted to shuffleboard and have gotten pretty decent at that too.
Books: Catch-22, Crime and Punishment, anything by Steinbeck, Orwell or Vonnegut, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Matterhorn. I just read The Kite Runner and thought it was really good.
Movies: The Big Lebowski, A Clockwork Orange, the South Park and Simpsons movies, Requiem for a Dream, Saving Private Ryan, Wes Anderson movies and many, many more. I also like campy horror movies and nature documentaries like Planet Earth.
Music: Way too many musicians to list, but I mainly like blues, bluegrass, jazz, and rock, although really I enjoy any music that is well-played. Some of my current favorites are Carolyn Wonderland, Dumpstaphunk, The Brothers Comatose, and the Infamous Stringdusters. I can even enjoy crappy music in the right context, but you will never catch me listening to stuff like Justin Beiber (I take a lot of precautions to make sure people don't catch me listening to that).
TV Shows: Arrested Development, The Office, Seinfeld, Always Sunny, Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Sopranos, The Wire, Six Feet Under, South Park, 30 Rock, Simpsons, Family Guy, Dexter, Robot Chicken, Deadliest Catch, many others as long as they are in a format that doesn't have commercials.
5) Outdoor Activities
6) Spontaneity and occasionally leaving my comfort zone.