I really love reading on a wide variety of subjects but my favorite
authors are John
, William Gibson
, Max Brooks
, and Neal Stephenson
give away that I have a distinct preference for science fiction,
but lately the only thing I'm reading is my GRE prep book.
The best movie I've seen recently is Birdman. My favorite movie is
(Chuck agrees with me that it was better than the book)
but every St. Patrick's Day I like to watch Boondock Saints
again. I also
really loved Stranger than Fiction
geek out over cheezy Marvel super hero movies.
On Netflix I watch almost exclusively comedies. If I'm going to
indulge in mindless entertainment, I better be laughing. I just
finished BoJack Horseman and 30 Rock. In the past some of my
favorites were: House, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Gilmore
Girls (I won't qualify that, it was a well written show), Scrubs,
Malcolm in the Middle, Community, Parks and Recreation and
I love music, but I've never found it to be much of a deal maker or
breaker for a relationship, so I'll spare you the list of favorite
bands. I'm always happy to listen to 90's pop/rock/alt,
geeky/alternative hip-hop, punk, ska, swing, or electronica. I love
classical but I hate the harpsichord. I'm a bit of an audiophile,
I'm the kind of guy who hears a new song and immediately starts
thinking about how to tweak the eq to make it sound a little
better. I'm always tinkering with different audio gear.
I love trying new foods, with the exception of fried grub. Well, I
did love the experience of trying it, but one was enough. Forever.
On a more mundane level, I love mexican, atypical pizzas, sushi,
indian and thai, though I'm kinda picky about those last two.