The artist in me has crafted this profile to
be—hopefully—intriguing and to represent my desire for new and wide
That said, the last book I read for pleasure was a year ago; I just
don't have time.
I love movie nights on the couch with a lover. So if we have
compatible taste in TV and movies, it will probably go along way
towards long-term compatibility.
I like things that make me think, wonder, feel like I'm not
alone/crazy, and/or see things in a new light:
Some books I enjoyed:
"Life As We Do Not Know It" (non-fiction about life: what it is,
what it needs, where else it might exist in the solar system)
"A Supposedly Fun Thing I'll Never Do Again" (essays by David
I read more non-fiction than fiction; I enjoyed Freakonomics and
Sperm Wars immensely.
My favorite author might be J.D. Salinger…(or Hemingway…or
As for movies, you can't really go wrong with Quentin Tarantino,
also a big fan of David Fincher, David Lynch, Stanley
I don't care much for TV but when I have the remote rest assured
I'll at least see what's on Discovery, Nat. Geo, and History. I
enjoy Seinfeld and Robot Chicken whenever possible.
Contemporary stuff you've probably heard of?
The Black Keys, The White Stripes, Beck, DangerMouse/Gnarls
Barkely, Sublime…and, of course, all the usual smacked-out
Stuff most haven't heard of:
I like everything cEVIN kEY has ever done.
"Bad Music for Bad People."
As for food, I am an omnivore but logically, philosophically, and
morally would like to move closer to vegetarian.
Italian, Mexican, sushi, (the occasional) steak, pizza, and
chocolate and more.
I don't currently act on it but I have a strong interest in
sustainable and cruelty-free food production including organic,
local, and self-produced foods.