Music is intense territory.
My life includes lots of playing and performing. These days I'm
highly involved with the punk rock marching band/street musician
scene (HONK!). I might challenge you to a dance off...
I like: Rockabilly, gypsy punk, ukelele fun, garage rock,
classical, Dubstep, synth-pop, vintage country, sassy girl bands,
and much much more.
Likey: The New York Dolls, X, Pixies, Bowie, Ramones, Wanda
Jackson, Loretta Lynn, Imelda May, Buddy Holly, Elvis Costello,
Grandaddy, Noisettes, Janelle Monae, Neko Case, Lucky Soul,
Rilo-Kiley, The Smiths, Bassnectar, ABBA, Lily Allen, Robyn, Beats
Antique, Mayer Hawthorne, Girl in a Coma, Detroit Cobras, Gorillaz,
Feist, Postal Service...(you get the idea well enough to know if
our record collections will get along)
I have a healthy appreciation for rock n' roll. Also, hot guys and
gals with guitars....'nuff said.
Zombieland. Amelie. Forgetting Sarah Marshall. Bridesmaids.
Muppets. Crybaby. Indiana Jones. John Hughes 80's teen stuff.
Ohhhhhh, and Steve McQueen.....
I don't have one in my house. But I watch TV on the Internet
Firefly, Arrested Development, 30Rock, Freaks and Geeks, Top Gear
(BBC), Animals doing funny stuff....
I have too many of them in my house. They must multiply at
Bookshelf view on relationships -
"The Ethical Slut" and "Sex After Dawn"
"The Elegance of the Hedgehog" by Muriel Barbery - profound take on
friendships, truth, beauty, and self-expression
"The Blue Tattoo: The Life of Olive Oatman" by Margot Mifflin - the
true wild wild west (1851) story of a pioneer girl raised by a
Mohave tribe, assimilated to the culture and given tribal facial
tattoos, then ransomed back into "civilized" society.
"Burning Book" by Jessica Bruder - comprehensive photojournalistic
journey to the supernova center of the Burning Man universe.
"If you go home with somebody and they don't have books, don't fuck
'em." -John Waters