TR is my job, but tinkering with computers is also my hobby. I spend a lotta hours, all told, on tech-related things. I'm also interested in politics, religion, sports, family life, and a number of other things, but those interests are pretty widely shared. One of the more out-there things I like to do, though, is read geeky wildlife biology sites like Tet Zoo and watch nature documentaries from NatGeo and others. Shark week? I'm on it.
Do you have any random, uncommon interests that don't entirely fit with your usual, everyday occupation and background? If so, what are they, and what draws you to them? What resources do you use to explore those interests? Discuss.
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