My favorite movie of all time has to be Labyrinth. Who doesn't like
seeing David Bowie as the Goblin King?
I cried when I saw Mufasa die back in '94 and again when Lion King
was rereleased in 11. I reenacted it in 12. That's a whole nother
One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest is also a goodie. I'd place this in
my favorite books as I've read it, but I have a big crush on the
young Jack Nicholson. The Shining makes it too. Silence of the
.....Welcome to the Dollhouse, Adventures in Babysitting, Teen
Wolf, Pee Wee's Big Advetnure, Dazed and Confused, What About Bob,
I have an 80s/early 90s problem.
I picked up "Why is Daddy in a Dress? A collection of awkward
questions presented by baby animals."
all over the map -Indy to 80s artists (just saw Guns n Roses-holy
shitballs that was awesome) range from Ween, the Black Keys,
Passion Pit, Of Monsters and Men, Hanson, Ryan Adams, Al Green,
Otis Redding, 80s hair bands, Fleetwood Mac, Hall and Oates, and
Heart and so this list goes on....and Under the Sea at
Walking Dead marathon! Breaking Bad, SNL, True Blood, Chelsea
Lately, Jeopardy (see most private thing I'm will to admit) Family
Guy, Lost (RIP), 30 Rock, Vampire Diaries (yeah, I am an adult) and
getting sucked into the Travel Channel and Food Network. Anothony
Bordain continually reminds me of all the places I want to explore.
I miss MXC (Nice try, Wipe Out, but no cigar), have to relive some
Spike and Adult Swim moments from the college days.
Skip to this line: 80/90s references