I suppose I love reading about classical mythology and sociological
theory (Stuff like "Guns, Germs and Steel" and "Nine Nations of
I dunno, Godfather, Lord of the Rings, Casablanca, all that AFI
stuff? My favorite directors include Wes Anderon, Darren Aronofsky,
David Cronenberg and the Coens. I like movies in general, and I
think any reasonably regarded one is worth watching. The exception
being that I find "Braveheart" pretty lousy.
New stuff I like includes Frightened Rabbit, Tegan and Sara, the
XX. Older stuff I like includes Pink Floyd and the Cars. Older,
older stuff includes Karl Orff and Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov. Also, I
really, really like the soundtrack to Krull. Seriously, it's weird,
it compares to the greats of the Romantic period. Listening to it,
I can imagine myself on some great pastoral hilltop having a picnic
with my mistress or something. To be honest, While I listen to a
lot of music, it's actually one of my my least favorite things to
discuss. Number one, because I'm terrible at making out lyrics.
Two, music tends to be subculture-intensive, and I dislike
subcultures. I've since learned that music is one of the most
important ways connect, so I've lost all hope.
My favorite food of all is tacos, and anything taco-like, even
those weird combinations Taco Bell thinks Mexican people actually
I noticed they added "shows" to the list because a lot of the time
people had forgone movies in favor of listing tv programs. You're
all a bunch of couch potatoes!