Working and over-using hyphens, whatever that means. Keeping my shoulders back, back straight and chin up. Posture. Wearing solid shoes to work. Solid footing on solid ground. As a rock.
I bike most places I go. Or take public transit. Why do they so rarely check tickets?
Playing "Delia" by Johnny Cash.
Correcting people's grammar and spelling (as well as my own!).
Riding my bike with no hands.
"...long exposures...", indeed....
Probably a subtle, judgmental sideways glance at the annoying couple sitting at the bar.
Also reading Our Band Could Be Your Life by Azzerad.
Steep Approach To Garbardale by Iain Banks. Makes me want to read The Wasp Factory and The Bridge.
Michael Ondaatje. The Nasty Bits by Bourdain, The Ginger Man by JP Donleavy, The Road by Cormac McCarthy, Work and Other Sins, a collection of writings by Charlie LeDuff, NYTimes columnist. Lots of bits about drinking and NYC bars and post 9-11 stuff.
Music: Jeff the Brotherhood once changed the shape of my head with thy flange on that bass!
The Hold Steady, Television, Mr. Airplane Man.
I have Metal Church s/t, Malcom McClaren-Fans, Iggy Pop-Instinct and Iggy Pop-Blah Blah Blah both on LP AND cassette!
I really only want to listen to Exile On Main Street, however.
Food: I like all kinds of food. Carl's Jr.
I had a Gyro yesterday, couldn't help myself.
Movies: Yes, I enjoy watching movies.
Big Lebowski is a favorite that comes to mind.
The Devil and Daniel Johnston. AIRPLANE!
Shows: I'm a big fan of Spaced, Mad Men, The Wire, Sopranos, Downton Abbey, TRAILER PARK BOYS and South Park.
I really like British copper shows (Prime Suspect, Luther, which is why I wrote it that way, because that's how he says it.)
-Jesus walking on water
-Guided By Voices
-Film cameras (and film, duh....)
How I can be better at being me, whatever that may turn out to be that day.
"You're" vs. "your."
"There, their, they're...."
Alex Grey paintings.
How putting the word YAY in all-caps and quotes makes the whole thing "Post," according to Suzy. "YAY!"
Oh, and sex, 'cause who doesn't?
Flip flops, UGH! Do I really need to see your toenails?
Or seeing some band/hearing live music.
Also, I really dig Edie Brickel & New Bohemians' song "Nothin'," and "Circle." Heck that whole record kills.
Girl Talk is sonic collage, not "mash-ups."
You want to ride through the alleys of Ladd's Addition! Funnest thing to do in Portland on a bike! Sublime, even.
I don't bite (unless you consent) and I'm perfectly harmless.
Message me first! I really respect a woman that sees something she likes and gets it.