Like your mom, my musical tastes are all over the place. At any
given time, I'm mentally editing music videos with these
Wes Anderson's films are godly visions, and I'm always good to
watch anything of his. Hell, I'd watch his dogs for him. Quirky
indy films about people finding meaning or creating it will usually
get an impulse watch out of me, so Be Kind Rewind, Defendor, and
Super are close to my heart.
When viewing The Lord of The Rings, it shall always be the extended
edition, and it shall always be in one sitting.
So say we all.
Once, I was asked 'Star Wars or Star Trek' by a coworker who busts
chops as a hobby; I busted his with "Battlestar Galactica Redux."
End of line.
TV shoes? Size 14 Havana Joes.
TV shows? Anthony Bourdain and Mike Rowe are godly angels. I was
(still am) pissed Backstrom didn't make it past the first season
and Top Gear was cancelled. Brooklyn Nine-Nine, The Musketeers,
Wilfred, Arrow, those shows I'll sit down and watch. I like The
Walking Dead and Game of Thrones really just because my friends do,
and I need to throw them a bone every now and again.
Outlaw Star, Battle Angel Alita, Toppa Tengen Gurren Lagann, and
Attack on Titan stand out with hot-blooded aggressive
Books? Neal Stephenson.
Other favorite authors are Robert E.
Howard (creator of Conan the Barbarian) and Dan Abnett. I guess I
like Science Fiction/Fantasy above other genre fiction, but only if
it really makes me think, or introduces me to a new idea.
The other occupants of my bookshelf are the Discourses on Livy and
two different translations of The Prince by Machiavelli; some
general books on Stoicism along with those books written by Seneca,
Epictetus, Marsonius Rufius, and Marcus Aurelius; some on
mathematics (including my college textbook), some on Aikido, a lot
on Business Administration, and a lot on Computer Technology.
My favorite videogame is Linux, followed by Lumosity and Excel.
Gears of War is a cinematic work of art. Planescape: Torment was
beautiful. Skyrim was great, but it needed fewer flat areas.