Classic stuff... The Sun Also Rises, The
Great Gatsby, The Pearl, Catcher in the Rye, etc...
More modern stuff... A Soldier of the Great War (Mark Helprin),
Blonde (Joyce Carol Oates).
Last read... The Big Short (M. Lewis)
Top ten stuff would include; Memento,
2001: A space Oddssey, Raging Bull, Pulp Fiction, Magnolia,
*sigh*...Josie and the Pussycats.
My favorite directors are Kubrick, PT Anderson, Scorsese, and who
ever did Pootietang. :)
I'm attracted to movies with themes of redemption, revenge, and,
vindication. If you can find a movie that features all three you
have yourself a classic... if it's done without martyrdom, it's a
masterpiece. Epic masterpieces include: Unforgiven, Cape Fear
(Scorsese), The Crow, Kill Bill (both) and... *sigh*Roadhouse. Epic
Failures would include... V for Vendetta, Gran Torrino, and...
Recently saw... "Queen of Versailles" Paris Hilton on
..."The Master" ...I'm convinced Tom Cruise saw this movie and will
leave Scientology. This opens the possibility of him going full
retard for his next role. *Ludacrisblaresinbackground* Wooooooot!
South Park, Crank Yankers, 6 O'clock
brainwash... oh yeah, and Twin Peaks (Cooper is an alien... his
recorder is his triquarter and he is talking to the mothership when
he speaks into it)! <---Bammm! TP theory to blow your
I like to keep an open ear to all music but
my soul belongs to 90's alt/rock. That being said... Hendrix, Pearl
Jam, Paul Westerberg, Tom Waits...
I melt for piano driven ginger music... see Tori Amos, Kate Nash,
Regina Spektor. My heart does little dances when I listen to Kate
My favorite Stones song is Beast of Burden. *sings* I'll never
leave your pizza burning.
My favorite Zepplin song is Stairway to Heav... No Stairway!
10 Pts! My favorite Zepplin song is the one with all
the Lord of the Ring references.
My favorite Beatle is Paul.
Ever try the victory44 perfect burger?
This is a tasty burger!"