A) I have at least three on why buildings fall down, one from the
guy who made the McLaren F1, and a largely random collection from
such famous authors as Augusten Burroughs and Martha Stewart. And
don't read any of them, because I'm on Longform.org instead. But if
I were to read a book, it'd probably be nonfiction.
I can't eat without reading unless I'm with someone. It's not
possible. The throne is the same --for lack of having brought stuff
in with me, I've memorized the back of shampoo bottles. I can
pretty much generalize: if I'm not working or out with folks, I'm
B) EVERY SINGLE ONE. I've been informed that I'm a fan of stupid
comedies. I'd have to agree with this person. If you like Rodney
Dangerfield and Danny Devito, we'll get along swimmingly. I kind of
went overboard on the movie room. It's like the Simpsons THX
C) Almost all of it except free-form jazz. Solo vocals from female
singers who smoke and/or are alcoholics are a big pile of win. The
late 70s, I could do without.
some Mexican. Actually, pretty much anything that has meat and
isn't too spicy. Cooking is a new thing for me, I'm almost to where
I don't have to run out and buy every single ingredient in a new
recipe. EDIT: Just got a KitchenAid! Cookies, ho!
If at all possible, I eat dessert first, and my favorite dish of
all time is the Mississippi Mud Pie. If you're a foodie, you'll
probably love that you get to introduce me to everything and hate
that I can eat a Mississippi Mud Pie without turning into a