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I first read on the road the first time i was living on the road, but then realized i had to quit turning pages of the book and start turning pages of my life. Cannery row has a more historical perspective on the subject matter imo. My twin brother and i are probably the only people on earth to go on sonic youth tour and we listened to their album MADE IN USA as we drove across the country- it was one of the few tapes we had in the car; (and i just dated myself by saying tape, didn't i...) i've never seen the movie but coincidentally enough, it must have something to do with brothers, as half of the songs on the album seem to. I actually appreciate reading David Iche and probably read way too much about the illuminati and conspiracies. A.C. Clarke, Isaac Asimov, and Kurt Vonnegut predicted the future (Ray Bradbury too come to think of it). Check out Asimov's non-fiction if you like to know things... I had gotten to the point in my life where I mainly read books on meditation and zen philosophy (Tao te Ching is my favorite book ever), until I sarcastically read the first page of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone... and then i was hooked, for i grew up reading fantasy novels (and Judy Bloom) and actually went to Hogwarts (only in real life it was called Antioch College). Still, i mainly read non-fiction (i'm a bit of a history buff, and i can explain most of history from the perspective of how people lived and what they felt, things that have changed little for the most part) because i feel that knowing stuff about the world makes it a better place; i'm funny like that. Oh yeah, and Calvin and Hobbes.
My favorite anime is Utena Revolutionary Girl. Its by the same people who made Sailor Moon, but Utena kicks ass and the whole theme is about overcoming fucked up gender roles. fuck gender roles. I just love Howl's Moving Castle too; i used to have a fire demon, but i set him loose in Montana and he burned down a GMO forest (creepy looking place). Hopefully he returns one day. My ex and I took some of Pele's obsidian from the lava flow on the big isle (including one with some creepy Lord of the Rings writing on it) and later, back on the mainland, I read that Pele puts a curse on those who take her rocks... Bonnie, if yr reading this, TAKE THEM BACK!!! I found a way to turn this around on Pele though, so its all good for now (no its not actually the last farm we lived on is now burning under molten lava), just so long as we get that one back to her eventually. I don't like to break my promises. This has little to do now with books or media (sometimes i ramble, wherefore i can appreciate the non-sequitur...)
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