Anything by Christopher Hitchens (His essays mostly)
I like the Stephen Hawking book on the history of time.
1984, Animal Farm, Catch-22, Fahrenheit 451, Catcher in Rye,
Farewell to Arms, The Little Prince, my Tintins and Gaston Lagaffes
as well as Calvin and Hobbes.
Whatever else I was once forced to read (But am now glad I
I often end up buying lofty titles and then I stop reading them;
but I'll often pretend I read the whole thing.
Also, if I listened to the audiobook while commuting, I will say 'I
read' the book.
Classic Rock - I often listen to The Wall from beginning to end.
It's my favorite record. Sometimes I'll watch the
from beginning to end or just what I think are its best
Classical music - I never took any music appreciation courses but
it but it makes me feel... something
Trendy music (A guilty pleasure, and I will often try and pretend
someone else put that song on my iPod if it comes on and I'm not
BBC or Nova documentaries
Daily show / Colbert Report
It's always Sunny
I started watching 'The League', it's pretty funny.
Seinfeld, Curb Your Enthusiasm
Star Trek TNG
Law & Order (Dum Dum)
House Hunters, and they almost always pick the wrong house!
Too many to name; I love movies. I especially love to read Roger
Ebert movie reviews immediately after and seeing if I agree with
him (I often do) but also have him point out what I missed.
If I had to pick an absolute favorite movie, it would probably be
Apocalypse Now or Jackie Brown
You name it, I'll eat it.