I like working with science-y things. Some things in science just interest me. I also love doing experiments. They are very fun, especially when chemicals are involved... chemical reactions are coo, in my opinion. I also am interested in mercury, the liquid metal. It can be found commonly in older thermostats, or in fluorescent light bulbs, not as a liquid, but as a gas.
I have a YouTube channel, so I like to make videos for my channel. Creaky C. is my channel. My video themes are mainly siren videos, car wash videos, and maybe some tech/gaming related videos. I do enjoy making videos for my channel. I am currently at 168 subscribers at the moment, but that is going to increase.
Though I don't do much console gaming, (I mainly play Steam games on the PC) I do enjoy playing some Half-Life 2 on my Xbox. Video games pretty much take up my entire day, but that's to change, so my eyes don't get worse. I do have a powerful (ish) computer that runs the games I want to run fine, so that makes the experience that much better.
So, my family is slightly scared for me, because I love riding these crazy rides. Some of my favorites have to be Power Keg, at Silver Dollar City in Branson, MO, Outlaw Run, also at Silver Dollar City, and Mr. Freeze, at Six Flags St. Louis, (The Batman was awesome as well). The ride shown above, called Kingda Ka, at Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, NJ is probably the roller coaster I want to ride the most, right now.
I don't enjoy cooking as much as some of my other hobbies, but I still enjoy to cook a good chili, or kebabs for my family (Usually, they turn out delicious)
This is one of my favorite hobbies, because it is just too satisfying whenever you complete a PC build and it ends up working. I also like to upgrade machines that aren't powerful enough for everyday's tasks anymore. For instance, I have a pre-built Dell computer from 2008, and I'm going to upgrade its dual-core processor to a quad-core. It's just so much fun to do that (except the budget)
I have been interested in tornado sirens since I moved here, since every day, a whistle blew at noon. I wanted to find the source of the loud noise. When I finally did find it, I searched all around YouTube to find other sirens, since I liked the sound so much. I was instantly hooked, and I have been ever since. I'm even in a tornado siren related Facebook group!