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"Death... By Snoo-Snoo!" (Femputer)
"Just FYI, I could be used for Snoo-Snoo..." (Zap Brannigan from Futurama)
My Personal Heroes:
Wonder Woman: Nerd Crush.
Marie Curie: A truly remarkable woman. The ONLY person (man or woman) to win two Nobel Prizes in separate fields, one in Physics (1903) and the other in Chemistry (1911). She was beyond gifted, beyond brilliant; her biography is an incredible read.
Linus Pauling: When history speaks of great men, they are talking about Linus Pauling. Winner of the Nobel Prize for Chemistry (1954) and the Nobel Peace Prize (1962), this cat, like Madame Curie, was beyond gifted; a true renaissance man with a remarkable intellect. Wiki him and prepare to be dazzled.
Things I'm into:
Reading Books (or in general): (Anything with a good plot and well written, provided it piques my interest, i.e. anything romantic or a good mystery. I love Rex Stout and Agatha Christie, just to name a few). I'm especially attracted to strong Female leads, but I'm disappointed that modern authors feel the need to almost ALWAYS pair their leads off as soon as possible with some tacked on idealized love interest -such that it doesn't feel organic, but just another cliche or paint-by-numbers writing formula.
Cooking: Foodie Nerd.
Krav Maga/Kali/Ju Jitsu: (Because everyone should know how to handle themselves) Martial Arts training should be compulsory for every girl, everywhere.
Women: Love' em.
Intelligence: Intelligence is sexy. Period. Get an education. Read books. Listen more. Get as many different view points as possible, before acting. Try to see all sides to an argument, even if you disagree with them. THINK! Especially for yourself. Logic and Reason, tempered by experience and feeling, these are your allies and very powerful tools.
Dentistry: Yup, I'm a dentist.
Baseball: I seriously LOVE Baseball!
My Boys: The Seattle Mariners (since before their 116 wins record setting season). I, like many kids, was wowed by "The Kid," Ken Griffey Jr., especially when I got to see him play in the old Kingdom before they tore it down and built SafeCo Field. Nothing compares to seeing them live at SafeCo; and Seattle's a great town.
Sadly, Seattle won't have a championship team until we have an ownership change, that includes a completely new front office, GM and Manager; we're cursed by our "leadership."
Music: Diana Krall (too bad she's married to Elvis Costello; though she could have done worse), Old Jazz from the 30's and 40's or Cool/West Coast Jazz, Ella, Billy, DJ Kaskade, RJD2, "Good" House/Techno/Trip-Hop, Classical, Sinatra --I like most anything with the exceptions of country (though I love blue grass), and current hip-hop/rap (though, again, I dig on the Beastie Boys, old LL COOL J, and a few others) I detest most all commercial POP--but I do have a powerful weakness for 80's classics (New Order, etc.). I also enjoy Flamenco guitar, and classical guitar greatly (Andre Segovia).
Motorcycles: I'm a proud owner/rider who finds happiness "in the saddle" on the street or track. It's a very expensive hobby/addiction. I still have the two "girls" below, but I'm fixin' to add a third gal to my harem, soon.
My new "Girl Next Door," '09 Honda Interceptor ABS in black. THE best all-around, best riding, most comfortable sport bike I've ever ridden. I LOVE this bike. It's an incredibly well-balanced ride and very well built. I love Honda everything, even their lawn mowers (they make really nice lawn mowers; I own one)
My LBD, "Little Black Dress," 'cuz She's sexy and She dresses up everything for any occasion; '06 Ducati 999s in Black. It's 5.5 feet of Steely Black Sex!! Leave it to the Italians to design and build something so incredibly sexy, and just a touch temperamental (not unlike some women, no?). Ladies take note: this bike will get you laid. It's that HOT!
Comics & Video Games: Love' em.