I'm a cynical, fairly smart workaholic who doesn't like most other people for a variety of reasons (although I can get along with them rather well as evidenced by my knack for customer service, i.e. the facade one needs to survive in this society). I get more enjoyment from thinking about things rather than doing things. I love animals, vampires, the idea of the death and destruction of the human race, and the idea that I belong elsewhere, beyond this society in which I'm forced to live.
In my spare time I work, work, and work. Oh, I also take my kids, River and Charlie-er, I mean, my dogs, to the dog park.
My dream is to move away from this place and live somewhere in the Pacific Northwest. Where it is green, always cloudy, wet, and full of trees. But unless someone gives me a lot of money to pay off mortgage and other debt, that isn't going to happen in my lifetime.
I also like interesting quotes.
"Question with boldness even the existence of a God; because, if there be one, he must more approve of the homage of reason, than that of blind-folded fear." (Thomas Jefferson)
"It is my personal belief that when the last human has fallen, and the last skull lies on the irradiated earth, a coyote will come trotting out of some safe place. Don't ask me where he'll come from; but I believe that he will survive as he has always survived. The coyote will trot in his furtive, skulking manner, to the skull. He will approach it carefully with the caution borne of millenia of avoiding steel traps and snares and pitfall. He will cautiously sniff it. His educated nose will tell him that he no longer has anything to fear from the bleached remnant of a once great civilization. Taking a few short steps to get in the exact position, he will lift his leg." (Charles L. Cadieux)