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My hobbies are Soccer, Painting, Going out with friends, Movies, exploring new places and many more.

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Packer football, gadgets, and Packer football.
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Location: Missoula, MT
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Location: Prague, Czech Republic
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I always think this is a funny question because I lead kind of a double life. On one side, I am involved with lots of professional groups, community organizations, private clubs and so forth. I spend so much free time involved with these and networking, I consider them hobby/obligations (hobbligations?). It might sound weird to treat social commitments as hobbies, but my background is solidly in sociocultural anthropology and it's difficult to be in large groups and not deconstruct the whole thing (keeps it much more interesting, assuredly!!). Lots of super nerdy stuff here too (e.g. I keep a Lit. blog and like to crack other languages like codes; I've been on a Scandinavian kick of late).

On the other? I love exploring everything I possibly can - abandoned places, skateboarding in tunnels, climbing mountains for secret caves and waterfalls, scaling cliffs for secret surf spots, jumping off very high places I probably shouldn't, so forth. I still go to a lot of hardcore, punk, thrash//suuubculture shows too.

I don't tend to have a lot of downtime.
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Location: Bensalem, PA
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1. Dell XPS M1530: 250GB HD, 4GB's Ram.
2. Macintosh Macbook: 320 GB HD, 4 GB's Ram.
3. Macintosh Black Macbook: 250 GB HD, 4 GB's Ram.
4. Macintosh Macbook Pro 15": 320 GB HD, 8 GB's Ram.
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Web Design
Music (Punk/Hardcore/Metal)
Sci-Fi/Fantasy Reading
Magic (when i'm at school with my friends *mostly* )
Dungeons and Dragons (when i'm at school with my friends)
Some Anime, though as of late not much

Unfortunately at the moment my list requires $$ and I am trying to figure out other great hobbies i can do that i will like that is less cash. I might try practicing skateboarding if i ever get a skateboard from my friend. And doing push-ups/crunches instead of smoking and making that a hobby.
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-Driving, though it's been a while because I'm in college now.

-Playstation 3 (Killzone 2, Burnout: Paradise, Call of Duty 4)

-Many not-so-G-rated activities (all legal, just not G)

-I would love to be doing graphic design (did a fair amount in High school) again, but software is expensive and I'm not so good at getting it fo' free anymore.

-I love music, mostly 90s stuff, but new stuff too.
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Rugby League.

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+ Synthesizers
+ Getting old computers working
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I just bought a Mac to help me design the next Cray.

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