all other things, worldly or otherwise, are better discussed in person over fermented beverages
you look like Kevin Spacey
the chemical brothers, beastie boys, flux pavilion, royksopp, primus, sublime, galactic, the flaming lips, zz top, bowie, daft punk, air, deadmau5, major lazer, bassnectar, lcd soundsystem, kraftwerk, jamc, 80s, dan deacon, blur, gorillaz, she wants revenge
indian, sushi, chinese, thai, greek... i haven't yet found a cuisine i do not have any interest in. i can usually find something on the menu. tofu, mangoes, steak, tabouli, 1833 cheddar, home-made stir-fry, star pizza (houston)... not all at once
a prairie home companion, wait wait... don't tell me!, this american life, TED talks, those bbc earth/planet earth/blue planet collections, the "how stuff works" type of shows on hulu, bob's burgers, nova, breaking bad, unbeatable banzuke, the snag films channel on my roku. i like a lot of the odd stuff i find on my roku channels.
II - learning opportunities
III - quiet time
IIII - human interaction
V - music
VI - tetrahydrocannabinol
oh... and touch screens.
how the -A-Roni products became THE san francsico treat, and says who? i've visited the city a few times and not once have i been offered a bowl of treats consisting of rice or pasta or noodles.
it bothers me when I hear/see people use the term "loaded question" incorrectly. especially when they have more formal education than i.
and you people who use "whom" where there should be a "who"... stop it!
and people who try to make themselves sound more interesting by saying "sometimes i ". we know you kids are pushin' bullshit... or have only done that, like, once.