Books: Robert Heinlein, Arthur C. Clarke, Philip K. Dick, George
Orwell, Chuck Palahniuk, Franz Kafka, Douglas Adams, HP Lovecraft,
Kurt Vonnegut, Dune (and sequels), Snow Crash, Neuromancer,
dystopian and cyberpunk, good sci-fi. Stranger in a Strange Land
might be the most important book I've ever read and if you haven't
read it, you really should. It's a great book if you're a human.
House of Leaves.
Movies: I've seen the Nolan Batman movies an embarrassing number of
times (Batman Begins about fifteen, The Dark Knight closer to
thirty, and The Dark Knight Rises three and a half times in
theaters alone), Rush Hour 2, Wes Anderson, The Coen Brothers,
David Fincher, Christopher Nolan, Guy Ritchie, Steven Soderbergh,
Quentin Tarantino. My favorite types of movies are psychological
thrillers and heist movies, but I think that’s just because I’m a
Also Primer. I've seen this movie easily a dozen times now and I
still don't fully understand it. It's about time travel and just
Music: A lot of it. My favorite genres seem to be grindcore,
mathcore, powerviolence, noise rock, progressive rock,
post-punk/goth/new wave, and underground hip hop.
Poison the Well, King Crimson, The Dismemberment Plan, Boards of
Canada, and Fugazi are pretty much my favorite bands. Earl
Sweatshirt and MF DOOM are probably my favorite rappers. But, I
promise my tastes are all over the place. www.last.fm/user/duezce
Also The Birthday Party.
I like chugga chugga guitars, blast beats, obnoxious synthesizers
and the Wu Tang Clan.
I wish I could sing like Jordan Blilie or Jon Anderson.
Food: I’ll try most anything but seafood. Also I think avocado
might be my only allergy. I’m not vegetarian or vegan, but I eat
plenty of food that is, and I love me some Krishna Lunch. I tend to
like trying Indian and Asian food in general, but I’m open to
Adventure Time, Arrested Development, Bored to Death, Community,
Firefly, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Knowing Me Knowing You
with Alan Partridge, The Mighty Boosh, Mr. Show, New Girl, Spaced,
Also I like video games. Bioshock might be my favorite ever,
because it's damn near perfect. Gorgeous art deco dystopia,
fantastic story (with a truly mindblowing plot twist or two), and
you can shoot bees out of your hands.
You can shoot BEES. Out of your HANDS.