Help your potential matches find common interests.
I try to do my best to be opened minded in general, though I've
never gotten the country musics nor the metal musics neither.
This is really just a fairly random list since it's all changing
all the time and you probably don't really care anyways. I do love
to go to concerts. Plays too, if you know of a good play coming to
Providence, or even Boston really, let me know. We don't even have
to go together if you don't want. We could just polite handshake
and I'll thank you for the welcome knowledge of impending live
books: Chronic City, Consider the Lobster, The Hitchikers Guide to
the Galaxy, Dune, Brave New World, Nightfall and Other Stories,
1984, Introduction to Quantum Mechanics by David J. Griffiths.,
Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln, Republic
Lost: How Money Corrupts Congress -- and a Plan to Stop It.,
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (the one illustrated by Joseph
Schindelman, though I do love Quentin Blake as well, and yes i had
to look these names up).
music: I very infrequently pay attention to lyrics, but I love
beautiful voices. Also I tend to prefer whole albums as opposed to
songs, though I'm always ready for the lone salmon dance. One of
the first bands that hooked me on music was "The Starlight Mints",
and they will forever hold a special place in my heart.
Other than that a random assortment of artists: Dan Deacon, Black
Moth Super Rainbow, Beck, The Shins, Radiohead, Kurt Vile, Grizzly
Bear, Air (Talkie Walkie and Moon Safari should be on some kind
illicit drugs list), Justice, Gorillaz, The Flaming Lips, Mirah, Wu
Tang Clan (36 Chambers), Youth Lagoon, Lower Dens, Johnny Cash, Lou
Weed, The Dandy Warhols, blah blah blah.
Also Jazz: Henry 'Red' Allen, Django Reinhardt, Dizzy Gillespie,
Lee Morgan, Fats Waller, Dave Brubek.
Oh I also really like African music (Golden Afrique Vol. 1, 2, and
3, Afropop from PRI, and such though it's harder to come by).
Movies:Almost Famous. Be bold and mighty forces will come to your
Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the
The Grand Budapest Hotel. truly.
ok i'm getting lazy here.
TV Shows: Bill friggin Nye, Newton's Apple (Ruckzuck by Kraftwerk
as the opening theme song), Beakman's World, Kratt's Creatures,