The World According to Garp; Millennium Trilogy; Snow Crash
Mnemonic; everything Richard Feynman and Arthur C. Clarke ever
wrote; The Longest Day; the Black Widowers short stories; The Time
Traveler's Wife, Elegance of the
, Cloud Atlas; and anything that happen catches my eye
at the library. V for Vendetta. Mathematical philosophy. I have a
love-hate relationship with The Great Gatsby.
Currently reading Pale Fire, Trainspotting, and The Drunken
Botanist; I've also been rereading Ra (an online serial). For
context, I recently greatly enjoyed The Time Traveler's Wife,
Catch-22, and Which Brings Me To You. At any given time I am
usually bitextual. I'm slowly reteaching myself to enjoy serious
Serenity. Old war movies and spaghetti westerns, wonderful guilty
pleasures. 2001: A Space Odyssey. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon;
the Lord of the Rings trilogy; and Kill Bill, because they prove
that a violent movie can still have a wonderful soul. Dr.
Horrible's Sing-a-long Blog. The Breakfast Club. V for Vendetta.
Repo: the Genetic Opera. Rocky Horror Picture Show.
Somehow I got out of the habit of watching television. You and your
netflix subscription are welcome to attempt to convert me to the
ways of your religion...errr, favorite show.
If TSO, Black Sabbath, Arcade Fire, Wuthering Heights, the Dropkick
Murphys, Live, or Emilie Autumn
did or would play
it, I probably like it. I saw the Protomen live and it was among
the most insane experiences of my life.
Other bands I listen to that you may wish to rock out to include
The Who, Van Canto, Uriah Heep, Toto, Survivor, Styx, Scorpions,
Queen, Nighwish, Molly Hatchet, King Crimson, Hevisaurus, Flogging
Molly, Faster Pussycat, Enter The Haggis, Dire Straits, David
Bowie, Boston, Bloc Party, Bad Company, and Alice Cooper.
I'm pretty fond of classical, particularly Rachmaninoff and
tl;dr: I like stuff and things. Perhaps you do too? Tell me about