Angels and Demons, and anything in that vein.
Back to the Future is, and probably always will be, my favorite
movie. But also, any comedy usually does it for me. (Except the
ones that are dumb as shit. E.g. Idiocracy.)
Daily Show, Colbert Report, Dr. Who, Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad,
Scrubs, Mad Men, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, The Newsroom,
Arrested Development, 30 Rock, Parks and Rec, Community, New Girl,
Sherlock, Spongebob, etc.
I'm pretty into music. I've been to more festivals and concerts
than I can count on every digit on my body. I've been to every
Bonnaroo since 2007, (with the exception of 2010, dammit) and I've
been fortunate enough to be raised in a musical household.
As far as genre goes, I'm more into indie stuff. I have to admit, I
dig quietly rocking my face off to stuff like Electric President,
The Shins, Iron and Wine, etc. Suggest a band to me, I love
I've been on a paleo diet for a few weeks now. Just trying it out
to see how I like it. Not too bad thus far. But on a wider scale, I
have to say I don't really want to eat as much processed food as I
used to. Trying to make that change now. It's a hard thing to do
when you love hamburgers and pizza this much.
Yeah, I'm adding games on here. Because I consider them an art form
that is at times very much on par with movies, books, etc. If you
don't believe that, please message me. I love intelligent
arguments, especially about art.
So I grew up playing a great number of fantastic games when I was a
kid. (They're the reason I'm so quirky). Of these, my favorites
were Earthbound and Chrono Trigger for the Super Nintendo.
But don't get me wrong, I'll still play any modern game with you.
(Mario Kart, anyone?)
If you want to have a game conversation, then definitely message
me, I could go all day.