I like to think I've come a long way from the video game nerd in high school. I mean, video games are still fun, but so is getting out of the house and experiencing life. I love visiting friends in LA, Oregon and Arizona. I support fellow musician's performances and I play at local open mics where I've made a lot of good friends. I even marched a protest in SJ when Prop 8 passed.
I run South Bay Badminton Meetup group (find me there if you're not a subscriber). I joined a Volleyball league, work out and run in an attempt to get back in shape. I ran a half-marathon a few years ago, and would like to again. During baseball season, I'm a pretty big Oakland A's fan. Are you a Giants fan? It's ok, we can go to ATT Park for a game or two. Someday the A's will have a nice stadium like the Giants...
I love music. iTunes or Pandora are almost always running when I'm home. When my best friend got his driver's license in high school, the first thing we did was drive down the street blasting the Star Wars opening titles, cause we're cool like that. I've also been known to miss dialogue at the movies because I was busy listening to the background music.
Most importantly though, my friends agree that some of my best traits as a friend are my ability to be a quirky goofball and a supportive friend, cause everyone needs a friend like that... especially the quirky goofball :-)