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Books: David and Amy Sedaris, Lynda Barry Comics, Patti Smith Just
Kids, The Next 100 Years George Friedman, Cornel West, Judith
Butler, Dance and Performance Studies Theory, Pema Chondron,
Chogyam Trungpa, Geek Love, Anatomy Trains Thomas Myers, Katy
Bowman Move Your DNA. Right now I'm reading My Struggle, Art and
Fear, The Secret of the Yoga Sutra and Let's Explore Diabetes with
Music: Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Vampire Weekend, Santi Gold, The Memories,
Shannon and the Clams, Hunks and His Punx from Oakland. Massive
Attack, Thievery Corporation, MGMT, Passion Pit, Sleater Kinney,
Daft Punk, Mike Snow.
Like revisiting old favorites Bjork, My Bloody Valentine, Meredith
Monk, Tom Petty, Sheila Chandra, John Zorn, Patti Smith, Talking
Heads, Radiohead, Portis Head, Police. Skatalites, Booker T.,
Grateful Dead, English Beat, One of the best shows I saw was Public
Enemy and Sonic Youth playing at the Catalyst in Santa Cruz, go
figure. Oh I saw the Knitters there too, reminisce...I also like
Jazz, classical, experimental noise, too much to list! Like walking
to The Chapel in my neighborhood, Brick and Mortar, new Parish and
Leo's (love the wood paneling).
Movies: Hedwig and the Angry Inch, all Hiyao Miyazake Films, Wes
Anderson, Sophia Coppola, Coen Brothers, Grind House, Party Girl,
Young Adult, I like movies at the Embarcadero. Don't seem to have
time to watch tv but I enjoyed Arrested Development, Raising Hope,
Dailey Show, Louis Ck. I like checking out City Arts and Lectures,
listen to kqed,like radio lab show. Recently geeked out and saw Kai
Rysdall of Marketplace at the Commonwealth.
It's amazing how many cool things, people, venues we have here,
Also, If you are on the pulse of interesting offbeat movies I would
love to be taken to some.
Food: I like almost all good food (opinion) as long as it tastes
good (opinion) and doesn't have knuckles or sinew... I worked in
the restaurant business for a bit and I really like not paying for
food. Ah, those days are over. I have been vegetarian, vegan, and
pescatarian. I admire those who are able to put their politics
where their mouth is and still get proper nutrition. For me, I just
seem to need to eat the meat. Though I don't take a Portlandia
approach to chicken, I try to be mindful of what I'm eating without
being elitist or forgetting the inherent privilege that comes with
being so choosy and spending so much. I am humble and grateful I