Many a quaint and curious volume of forgotten lore. Actually, I
don't read as much as I think I do - it seems like it's more of a
personal identity than an actual activity I engage in. Honestly,
the Internet kind of broke me; the stuff I used to read books for
is the sort of stuff that's freely available on the web.
Film and TV:
Anything done sufficiently cleverly is interesting, but I almost
like tvtropes better than actual TV or movies.
John Prine, Tom Waits, Brandi Carlile, Todd Snider, old showtunes,
anyone but Bob Dylan singing Bob Dylan songs, Gram Parsons, Emmylou
Harris, klezmer, Shel Silverstein songs, Guy Clark, Steve Goodman,
Beatles, Stones, Zep, and a whole bunch of songs that start with a
C to E7 chord progression.
I had to cut caffeine and spicy food out of my diet recently, which
means I don't actually know what foods I like and can eat anymore.
It's been weird. (Although I've been losing weight, so, silver