I'm equal parts serious and playful. What is important to me, I take very seriously - my diet, the biosphere, philosophy, & more. But I also let go - I'm musical, I enjoying biking and other activities, I enjoy video games, I speak German, & more.
I'm working on moving to the KC area. I need a major change in my work life, at the very least. I need better opportunities.
I can be a deep thinker - note the "philosophy" mention above. Science is valuable to me as well.
I'm good at tearing down misconceptions and trying to see things for what they really are. We put a lot of masks on and I prefer to try to look behind those, to see what we are afraid to admit; coloring outside the lines (figuratively speaking - I gave up crayons when I was a kid). Everyone has a bias, and it's really quite amazing how easily people succumb to "crowd think" even when logic dictates another path makes more sense.
These are the kinds of things that I often ponder...
I can speak German relatively well and I am slowly learning Russian. I find it boring to only speak one language, also, foreign languages can be very poetic. It's like cooking food from a different culture - a different mix of ingredients can really spice things up.
I'm somewhat of a musician. I'm mostly into rock music but I am eclectic with some exceptions.
There are a number of activities I enjoy doing or would like to do (need a 2nd person) including biking & racquetball.
I have to say I'm a Nintendo fan. Triforce, Samus, Power Stars, Bananas (can you identify the associations?), that's my thing.
I'm not sure if I want kids (no more than 2 if so), but all things considered, I'm leaning towards not having any. The reasons are manifold, but to put it in a way many might understand - I love kids too much to have them. It's akin to the saying "Love someone enough to let them go."