(a) Generally read anything I can get in front of me that's either
witty, informative or interesting in any way.
(b) Sometimes movies that make you think of the human condition,
for example I think display humanity at its best and
worst. Sometimes I just like to hang back and watch something that
doesn't make you think too much, recently watched Pirates of the
and enjoyed it. I like the works of Stanley Kubrick
and at the same time I've had a good laugh watching the worst
movies ever made such as Manos: The Hand of
. It depends on the situation, really.
(c) It depends on the situation. Chopin
on a cool rainy day, Debussy
to relax, Mozart
as food for thought.
sort of a one-size fits all. Edith Piaf
on warm summer afternoons.
on a home-cooked dinner date. Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan
some Valentine's Days, Tuvan throat-singing
I'm in a good mood, Queen
when I'm not. In case you haven't
figured it out; yeah, it's pretty eclectic.
(d) Perhaps I could better describe the foods I do not like. I am a
sort of anti-vegetarian, as I tend to avoid loads of plant material
that are not fruits, shoots or roots. This is due to early
childhood trauma with parents who like their vegetables boiled
until soft and soggy seasoned with absolutely nothing but boiled