interests, pick every fifth one. If you have between fifty and
seventy-five interests, pick every seventh one. If you have over
seventy-five interests, pick every tenth one. If you have fewer than
ten, pick all of 'em. List them on your LJ, and tell everyone exactly
what it is about these things that interests you so much.
87 interests means I do every tenth, so here we go.
cats : I like cats, allways have. Kittins are okay, but adult cats are my favorite. I'm most assuredly a 'cat person'.
darkness : bright light hurts. I preferr to keep the lights off. I like going out and about during the night because it's darker. I've been known to go my entire morning routine without turning on any lights, showering in darkness and getting dressed that way also. I'm just not keen on well-lit areas (brightly-lit even less so).
futurism : I find it interesting to consider the various concepts people come up with when thinking of the future. It's also interesting to see what people years ago thought the world would be like today. It's important to consider how our current choices and actions are guiding the world and where it's taking us.
kawphy : my way of using a spelling change to denote what I do as different from the majority of available items by a similar name: coffee. Kawphy is my feeble motions at moving coffee to an art. Taking time and care to produce an elixir beyond ordinary. It's not just coffee, it's the nectar of the gods!
mp3s : tunes in the digital world. acceptable loss of quality for reasonable data compression.
reading : I love to read. Not just books, not just fantasy. the magic of the written word is beyond description.
sociology : I find it amazing how people act in groups and how those groups interact. Peoplewatching is a common pasttime of mine. It's why I follow politics and news like I do. I watch for the trends of group dynamics and sociology at work.
used-book stores : best. deals. evar! and even if I can't afford the texts, the smell of standing amongst shelves of old tomes is amazing. Libraries are too careful, you don't get as good a smell of 'book dust' floating through the air. The best used-book stores are ones that have a corner in the back most people don't go to. I can spend hours back there.
If there are any I have listed that you're curious about, feel free to ask.
edit: interested bolded for better reading.