Amile, City of lost children, Stranger than fiction, Micmacs,
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Metropolis(1925), Tucker and
Dale vs. Evil, Hot Fuzz, Plan nine from outer space (its
hilariously bad), everything Charlie Chaplin.
QI (Quite Interesting), Louie, The Americans and Doctor Who if it
ever comes back on air.
And now for something different, an obligatory Monty Python
I find now the most of the bands I've loved are gone and broken up,
I still love music but I don't follow bands like I used to.
I never tire of:
The Pretenders, TMBG, Devo, Spoon, Billy Bragg, Tegan & Sara,
Metric, The Magnetic Fields, Alestorm, Korpiklaani, Jonathan
Coulton, and Tom Lehrer(Dr. Demento FTW) to name a few.
some bands I don't get:
Wilco, Elvis Costello, and The Mountain Goats
Frequently and often, the answer is yes, just yes. Absurd I know.
If it is a book, I'll read it. If I haven't read it yet, that is.
Does it matter what it is? no, well only if the pages are blank.
But I like a change, choose your own adventure books do get a bit
stale after a while.
The books I like are just way too geeky(or dry). But I'll give it a
shot anyway instead of a cop out answer.
Small Is Beautiful by E. F. Schumacher, Thomas Paine, David
Ricardo's "Principles", American Gods by Neil Gaiman, Lords of
Light(yes the same one from Argo), Lensmen series of E. E. Smith ,
Frankenstein, everything Clark, Wells,Verne, Asimov and Phillip K
Well I'm a big tea drinker, I even make chai.
Well I grew up on pasta and pizza, not that store bought stuff. But
homemade Italian, My great grandmother's recipe. Add in traditional
Afghanistan cooking, and thats some of my best childhood memories
“food, for me, has always been an adventure."― Anthony Bourdain