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Definitely Eckhart Tolle, Robert Jordan, Douglas Adams, Thoreau and
my former sorta-neighbor Chuck Palahniuk.
'Freakonomics' and 'The World in Six Songs'...basically anything
that expands my worldview.
'Don Quixote', 'Do Travel Writers Go to Hell?', and 'The Forest
People' make my feet itchy.
I have geeked out on fantasy lit at times but lately have been on a
I think it is fair to include good comics in this list of print
media so I'll start with a mandatory Calvin and Hobbes as well as
XKCD, SMBC, and Perry Bible Fellowship to represent the
I love Tarantino flicks, Kubrick classics, and am developing my
Kurosawa palate. Nolan, Ritchie, and other mind-stretchers are all
amazing people. Wes Anderson is interesting as well, and while
Rushmore is among my favorites the gold and silver of his work has
to go to the much-maligned Life Aquatic and Fantastic Mr. Fox. Why
these are my favorites makes for a great, if longer, conversation
Pixar puts out solid films that ensure I will never grow up too
much...also Studio Ghibli.
City of God has me in awe. Sure, there are plenty of similar movies
about struggle; this one just resonates the deepest.
Major bonus points to anyone who has ever seen World Safari (the
ones with Alby and John)!!
I eat anything a fevered culinary mind can cook up. MY fevered
culinary mind wants to cook more Thai and seafood, and my
coworker's homemade Indian (Malayali) is to die for, but I still
need to build up my tolerance to spice :-P
Lately also been making more flatbreads, especially Naan, and
coming up with new hummus recipes.