I've been watching anime since high school, which is a very long time indeed seeing as I'm 3868 years old. (In Minecraft years. ) I enjoy "hard" science fiction themes mostly, subs > dubs, and I prefer the 12/24-episode-and-done format. Totally not into Naruto or Inuyasha. Probably not fighting robots either, even though playing with robots IRL makes me happy. My favorite series ever was definitely "Ghost in the Shell". On the other hand I'm not afraid of cute or goofy either. I've enjoyed oddball stuff like "Hyouka" or "Usagi Drop", and I've even been known to like the rare romcom like "Clannad: After Story" or "Toradora". I have a friend from HS who's a voice actress so if she's had a part in something I'll usually give it a watch. I tend to binge-watch so I usually wait until the season ends to start watching a series. No spoilers please! Suggestions gladly accepted.
I also read science fiction (fiction based on actual science), program computers, build arduino (microcontroller/electronics) projects, and play video games. My current obsession regarding the latter being Kerbal Space Program. Always a good time.
To pay the bills I work at an interplanetary network operations center at the center of the universe*. Really. I even got the sticker and the "smurf shirt" to go with the NASA badge. Check out my "Working?" photo album on FB. It's a cool job.
I'm usually something of a lurker, but if you do see me around the forum(s) don't be afraid to say "hi"!
*Of course, in a homogeneous and isotropic universe there is nothing unique about such a place.