The Lost Swords by Fred Saberhagen; The Forever King; Textbooks on
topics I like; Books on various alternative religions/practices;
The Bean Trees by Barbara Kingsolver; The Giver; Bless the Beasts
Super Troopers; Army of Darkness; Frequency; Backdraft; Ladder 49;
Dr. No (MANGO TREE SONG!!!)
I don't watch much TV at all. I'm a consummate Star Trek fan,
mostly TNG and beyond, and watch a few episodes here and there
either on Prime or DVD. I loved the hell out of Dead Like Me. I
love Storage Wars and I'm not afraid to admit it. I love science
and engineering shows too... Engineering Disasters, How Its Made,
Worlds Toughest Fixes, etc. and I also like most things that show
up on PBS, Smithsonian, History, and National Geographic.
If it's country, folk, a capella, acoustic, techno, electronic,
symphonic metal, or Irish/Scottish/Celtic/Gaelic/Native American, I
probably have heard it, like it, and listen to it regularly.
I'm a big sushi fan, and I love rice best when it's properly
cooked. I love fresh fruit, especially mango, papaya and
strawberries. I live on cottage cheese and Greek yogurt when I'm
behaving. I absolutely love cheese of all sorts and would have a
hard time giving it up. I love spicy food of all sorts too;
well-spiced food especially (there's a difference between hot for
hot's sake and spice).