2) If you were unable to work a tech job, what do you see yourself doing?
Other than going broke? If I had to pick another field, probably architecture - though it is probably late in life to go study that. I could start flying again and try to make a living that way - but pilot pay *sucks* until you've been at it for many years. Event organization is another possibility, I have 12 years of experience organizing cons, a lot of it at a senior level. And I just agreed to help start a new con up in 2004.
3) Name some of your relationship deal-breakers.
Hmm, this is the hardest one. I'm fairly laid back and open-minded. Generally speaking, if she can't intelligently converse, it isn't going to work. If she can't stand anime, geekdom, etc, we are NOT compatible. Bigotry, homophobia, etc, would be deal-breakers. And she needs to like my friends, because if someone tries to make me decide between them and the people who have been important to me for 10+ years - they're out. Other potential trouble could be kids - the older I get the more convinced I am that I never want children. While I may change my mind someday, it seems decreasingly likely. So someone looking for a family would probably be unhappy.
4) Name some things you'd miss about Worcester if you moved away.
My friends. That's the biggest thing really. There isn't a lot about the city itself that I'd miss - some places like Sakura Tokyo, Ralph's, etc, but really, I lived in Berkeley for 2 years and I didn't find myself missing Worcester at all really. I missed my friends. And I missed having actual weather that changed and nice thunderstorms, but that's not particular to Worcester.
5) Boxers, or briefs?
Briefs. Though it isn't so much a preference as just what I grew up wearing and I never really bothered changing habits.