Yes. All of it. The spicier, the better. It ain't lunch if you're
not crying. My favorite meal is breakfast, and by that I mean
I'm a decent cook, though I could cook more often. I like to get
creative, but try not to get weird with my cooking.
I keep my nerd references healthy, but I'm starting to branch out a
lot more. A certain radio show, of typically three or more parts,
has kind of inspired me to start branching out. So, I'm going to be
reading David Rackoff for a bit. Also in straying from my typical
nerdy patterns I've picked up The Fall, but in French (La Chute),
for learning's sake, although I may have to read the translation
for fear of missing things.
My nerdy reading history is nearly complete with a lot of scifi and
cyberpunk, and a light amount of fantasy. Douglas Adams and Neil
Gaiman are favorites of mine, so there's some humorous reading
My guilty and probably more common pleasure is terrible action
movies (e.g. Bad Boys II). I judge a movie by a metric I call
"Explosions Per Minute" (EPM). Michael Bay rules this genre. I also
like movies with good story lines, movies that make you think, and
movies that make you feel something. If a movie has you crying in
the first three minutes before a single word has been uttered, it
is good (Up).
Will Farrell has some unusually strong hold on my heart strings, it
seems. Elf and Stranger Than Fiction are among my favorite
My music tastes are eclectic. I listen to a lot of electronica,
math-rock, melodic death metal, indy singer-songwriter stuff, and
blues-rock. I listen to all sorts of other stuff too. I love
knowing what's playing on the bar's speakers.
I've all but stopped watching TV, Hulu too. I'll often some random
Netflix streaming series on in the background while I draw, but
it's not a huge priority. House and Fringe held my interest for the
longest time, but then Cuddy dumped House and I fell behind in