Books: Jane Eyre is probably my favorite classic; recently read
Fahrenheit 451 and thought it was excellent. Haven't done much
"pleasure" reading recently, though. I've been reading a lot of
dance education and sustainable-living books.
Movies/series: In no particular order - FIREFLY (and Serenity),
Braveheart, the LoTR trilogy, Armageddon, The Fifth Element, The
Princess Bride, "V" for Vendetta, Fight Club, Dogma, Moulin Rouge,
Titanic and The Notebook (which, I guess, makes me girly... but
whatever). I love Babylon 5 and I have seen all StarTrek ever
produced. Full Metal Alchemist, Fight Club, Die Hard, The Dark
Knight, Ghost in the Shell, the Bourne trilogy, the first Saw
Music: My library has a wide range of genres from country to rap to
industrial. My favorite artists are as follows: Evanescence, Linkin
Park, Fort Minor, Powerman5000, Nine Inch Nails, Rammstein, Hanzel
und Gretyl, Marilyn Manson, Smashing Pumpkins, Within Temptation,
and Jonathan Coulton. I also enjoy an occasional musical
soundtrack, like Sweeny Todd or Jane Eyre (the Broadway musical). I
love opera, especially French Romantic (read: dramatic, everybody
dies), but don't listen to it much at present. I am also very fond
of my belly dance music - Solace, Beats Antique, Pentaphobe etc.
Oh, and the Bastion soundtrack kicks ass.
Food: I'll eat just about anything, but I'm not really into seafood
or spicy foods.
AND Dan makes the best potato soup and beef jerky that ever
Games: Portal, Mirror's Edge, Artemis, Braid, GTA 4, Minecraft,
StarCraft and StarCraft II, Sniper Elite, Puzzle Kombat, Age of
Empires (Rise of Rome expansion), chess...
"When I got untethered from the comfort of religion, it wasn't a
loss of faith for me, it was a discovery of self. I had faith that
I'm capable enough to handle any situation. There's peace in
understanding that I have only one life, here and now, and I'm
-Brad Pitt (2009)
"The wise woman patterns her life on the theory and practice of
modern banking: she never gives her love, but only lends it on the
best security and at the highest rate of interest."
~Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Moulin Rouge (1952)
"Fallor ergo sum"
"Every word of the bible IS true. It's only when you start putting
them together as sentences that they start getting iffy."
-Majora Luna (2013) comments section here
"You will never agree with any political party 100% and if you do,
-A Wise Man (2012)
"Live and be happy. Do no harm. Leave the world as good as you
found it. (Or better, if possible)."
~My personal creed 2012-present