Navigating the Metaverse. (I work in IT.)
Trying new things like photography and playing the guitar.
I'm not afraid to cook.
Cooking, love trying out new recipes. I'll make you a bad ass stir-fry. Or a pizza.
Ignoring sage advice.
My first DVD player was purchased to watch an Army of Darkness DVD (that I bought before I had a DVD player).
I loved the "WGN Saturday Afternoon Movie" version of Pulp Fiction. Seriously, it exists. "The one that says bad mother on it" then super zoom-in on Jules' wallet so you can't see the bad word. Why even bother?!
I'm on a Joss Whedon kick as far as TV goes. I'm like 10 years late on Buffy. *UPDATE* Now I've seen Angel as well. Good stuff. And I'm a bit Whedon'd out for a bit.
I have a soft spot for 70s/80s punk bands.
I'm big fan of Salvador Dali paintings and R Crumb drawings.
I'd probably go gay for Dan Savage (if going gay was possible).
The last book I read was a biography of Teddy Roosevelt. Yes, a book about a rich white man. It was good, though.
Last year I took a trip to Boston to see a Dead Milkmen concert. It was totally worth it.
Cuddles and more.
Amusing open minded people to be around.
Media from the 70s.
Luna the stupid cat.
Can I just chuck it all and go live in a cabin somewhere?
Or perhaps even better, can I get "frozen" for say 300 years or so? I want to find out if the future is a barren post-apocalyptic wasteland.
I'm a disgraced former member of Team Zissou.
You want to go see a movie at the Music Box.
You want to join me in the audience of Steve Gadlin's Star Makers.
You want to try to find cool records at thrift stores. I found two autographed albums by The Knack at a Salvation Army. Yeah, I know, it's The Knack, but that's still kinda cool, eh? Eh?!? Maybe this limited edition Siouxsie and the Banshees record I found would impress you instead.