I love movies and literature and just about all kinds of fiction
and non-fiction. Some of my favorite movies are Amadeus, City of
Lost Children, Road Warrior, Wizard of Oz, The Fall. Also love Mr.
and Mrs. Smith, The Lady Eve and The Thin Man. Lot of bad movies
Books: Gulliver's Travels, Mark Twain's A Connecticut Yankee in
King Arthur's Court, and basically anything by him. But I've loved
On the Road, Dharma Bums, Post Office, Poe's short stories, David
Copperfield--lots of Charles Dickens, I actually made a pilgrimage
to his house in London, Hemingway short stories and larger works
esp For Whom the Bell Tolls. Ooh, and David Sedaris and the great
grandpappy of Red Ryder BB Guns, Jean Shepherd. The Harry Potter
books. Been on a big reading kick lately. Just read a book on WWII.
Going to start reading another historical. Though I don't read as
much as I should. Update: read a bunch of classic detective books
from Raymond Chandler, economics book, statistics book (slowly),
programming book, gave up on a couple fiction books -- I've finally
learned my time is valuable and if a novel just isn't working for
me, I'm not going to struggle through.
Family Guy/American Dad! is my type of humor. If you hate it, I can
almost guarantee we won't get along.
Music ranges from hip hop to techno (drum and bass my fav) to
industrial to disco to classic rock.
Food. Well, I can't cook, so I tend to eat out 2-3 meals a day. If
you come to Hermosa/Manhattan Beach, pretty much every restaurant
knows me on sight. For good or ill. I've started cooking more. I'll
walk out a few miles to a local-ish butcher shop, get some sausage,
come home, and microwave it with some sauerkraut and balsamic