I enjoy listening pod casts. Every week I look forward to hearing Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me and Snap Judgements. I also enjoy traveling a lot. I like to see new cities and find what is unique there. Also, somehow other countries have better food than the US, just sayin'.
The cool part is the experiment takes place one mile underground in an old gold mine. I love my job but it requires me to solve problems and constantly adapt, always having to learn something new. I hope those two things can always be apart of my work, otherwise I'd just get bored.
-Song of Ice and Fire series (yes, the Games of Thrones books)
-The First Three Minutes by Steven Weinberg
-Freakonomics (but yes, I do agree, they come to conclusions far too easily)
Inside Job (must see documentary), Rounders (I used to be a poker addict), more recently I've been into the rage of comic book movies
The Wire, Mad Men, Burn Notice, White Collar, Law and Order, also lots of anime: Bleach, D. Grey Man, Death Note, Full Metal Alchemist
Sevendust, Iced Earth, Lacuna Coil, Lamb of God, Stone Sour, OPETH
Only one kind: good
-Am I really making myself useful by studying sutff most people have never heard of?
-Is it just me, or does our society really encourage people to see everything in black and white?
-Will there be gamer retirement communities when I'm old?
-What is the optimal tax system? Could a VAT seriously work?
-So, how many more years until Tom Brady retires?
You can't bare watching cable news because they have no sense for what's important.
You believe the best nights aren't planned.