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Books: Current reading: kafka on the shore. Just read Solar Lottery
by Phillip K. Dick. I enjoy different stuff for different reasons
but I've always kind of been a geek for sci-fi, philosophy, and
some religious texts (as literature).
I really enjoyed reading Marcus Aurelius' "meditations" recently as
I tried to listen to some Richard Feynman books on tape stuff but
I'm way too dumb to understand quantum physics that isn't designed
for children and idiots.
The New York Times
Time Magazine (occasionally)
Movies (no remakes): When a stranger calls, Black Christmas,
Rosemary's Baby, Anatomy of a Murder, Rear Window, The Omen,
Antichrist, Memento, Pi, The Ninth Gate, Death to Smoochy,
Mullholland Drive, Blue Velvet, Hellraiser, Star Wars, Drugstore
Cowboy, Naked Lunch, Videodrome
I kinda liked beasts of the southern wild but the end when the pigs
came to the girl... Lame. Don't ruin something cool and abstract
with some bad CGI/live action merger.
Shows: American Horror Story, The X-files, Arrested Development,
Upright Citizens Brigade, Twin Peaks, Scooby Do, Star Trek (TNG and
Ds9 in particular), Lost, Game of Thrones, Battlestar Galactica
(this IS the remake), Breaking Bad, The Universe, The Wire,
Sherlock, Psych, and my secret shame- Ancient Aliens!
Music: The Stooges, Dead Boys, Big Black, Black Flag, My Bloody
Valentine, Guided by Voices, Joy Division, The Misfits, Black Lips,
Dust, The Buzzcocks, Decemberists, Sam Cooke, Otis Redding, Billie
Holiday, MC5, The Bad Brains, Ziggy Stardust, Elliott Smith,
Neutral Milk Hotel, NWA, Fugazi, Highway Robbery, Judas Priest, New
Order, Sisters of Mercy, The Cure, Bauhaus, Chrome, The Jesus and
Mary Chain, The Ventures, Black Sabbath, The Cure, Legendary Pink
Dots, Modern Lovers, The Fall, The Gories, 13th Floor Elevators,
The Nerves, The Ponys, Witchcraft.
Love Richard Hell in Television and Voidoids, met him when he was
in town got his book signed <3.
If you care we can discuss it further.
Food: Bold flavours. I eat sushi with a masochistic amount of
Wasabi, Maximum spice in my curry. I have a few things that don't
appeal to me, but in general I like everything from Thai, Cuban,
Mexican, Soul food, Classic Cheeseburgers done right, bistro food,
french cooking, seafood, Tibetan, Ecuadorian and fusion if it's
conceptually sound and executed properly. In general, if it's done
well (and isn't something like lutefisk ) I'm totally into
More Salt and Saffron. I have recently begun to turn against
cilantro although I can't put my finger on why.