Inspired by Momus and because I've got nothing better to do now, I decided to fill in my own answers to the Proust questionnaire:
Lacking decent toilet facilities.
In a peaceful place with enough room for my records, books and other stuff.
On a general level: The end of war, greed and the destruction of ecosystem.
On a personal level: To love and to be loved in return. Being able to sustain myself with the things I love to do.
Captain Nemo of Jules Verne, Emil of Astrid Lindgren.
Siddhartha Gautama Buddha, Alexander the Great, Urho Kekkonen.
Chicks on Speed -- they showed me the way.
Barbarella, Pippi Longstocking, Octobriana, Sapphire of Sapphire & Steel, Yoko Tsuno.
A combination of external & inner beauty and mental balance.
Being able to help other people without asking anything in return.
Sleeping, reading, listening to music, watching good movies and other works of art, creating things, daydreaming.
A science-fiction astronaut when I was a kid, but these days I have to stay content with being just myself.
Someone who can make a living with the things he loves doing.
Paul Auster, J.G. Ballard, Jorge Luis Borges, Raymond Chandler, Philip K. Dick, James Ellroy, Hermann Hesse, Franz Kafka, Leena Krohn, Thomas Mann, Edgar Allan Poe, Hunter S. Thompson.
Charles Baudelaire, William Blake, Jean Cocteau, T.S. Eliot, Allen Ginsberg, Arthur Rimbaud (not too original, I'm afraid).
J.S. Bach, Beethoven (see the previous question).
My grandfather Aarne Rautio: a gentle, almost saint-like man.
Catherine the Great, Emma Goldman, Tarja Halonen.
Everything that start with "X".
The current political and economical mindset of greed and social Darwinism.
Self-centredness (well, you see, I'm a Leo), delusions of grandeur (ditto), laziness, moodiness, angry temper, fear of people.
All Big Brother-type (as in Orwell, not as in a fucking reality-TV show) dictators and most right-wing politicians.
My brief stint in Finnish army (obligatory in this country, unfortunately; either that or a punishment-like "civilian service" at some hospital etc. -- or going to prison) made me a life-long pacifist, so I can't really answer this. I prefer peacetime.
All revolutions, though not necessarily their aftermath.
In the arms of a lovely woman after I've given all I can give in this life -- not before.
Anxious, impatient, wary.
Nothing is impossible unless it is made impossible.