What does my A-Z autocomplete browsing history say about me?

I don’t know, but here’s what comes up when I type in each letter of the alphabet in my browser bar:

astros.com—my baseball team’s site (I’m not on the team, I just consider it “mine”)
boingboing.net—nerdboy blog
consumerist.com—consumer crusader blog from consumerreports.org
dirteetv.com—download site for the new Dizzee Rascal mixtape, which is great
espn.com—the worldwide leader
failblog.org—videos of guys getting racked in the nuts, etc.
grantland.com—literary.pretensions.espn.com
houston.astros.mlb.com/index.jsp?c_id=hou—another way to get to astros.com
icanhascheezburger.com—LOL cat HQ, parent site of failblog.org  
http://jameskillough.wordpress.com/—a blog I’ve read a couple of times and should read more often
kottke.org—a blog I read too often
liveleak.com—oddball video sharing site
microsoftstore.com—obvious
netflix.com—obvious
http://www.oregonlive.com/—a site I probably went to once while working on a blog post
people.com—source of inspiration for my rejected letters to People Magazine
http://quotient.net/—a software development firm in Austin, TX
reebok.com—the atheletic wear giant’s newly redesigned site, which I helped write
statesman.com—the local rag
talkingpointsmemo.com—politics
upscapital.com—site I wrote for an interesting UPS subsidiary
vanguard.com—thinking of starting a self-employed IRA here
windowsphone.com—obvious
xbox.com—obvious
zynga.com—the company that is making millions turning play into work