I work as a booth engineer for a movie theater company, which is an awesome way of saying I spend a lot of time in the car.
Movies - City of God, pulpy sci-fi, Roger Moore-era Bond, Die Hard 1-3, Star Wars, Super Troopers, Edgar Wright, 80s Ahnuld, Jackie Chan, The Usual Suspects.
TV - 30 Rock, Arrested Development, Breaking Bad, Parks & Recreation, Dexter up through season 4, Community, It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, South Park, Avatar
Music - my taste in music is all over the place. Early 90s east coast hip hop especially Wu-Tang Clan, Nas, and Biggie. Rage Against the Machine (their albums are so clean), Cake, Led Zeppelin, Rush, Don Caballero, deadmau5, Dream Theater, Amon Amarth, Streetlight Manifesto, the soundtrack to (bears, beets) Battlestar Galactica, Radiohead, Weird Al, And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead. Hans Zimmer, Pretty Lights, the Cowboy Bebop soundtrack, etc etc etc
Food - Steak, tuna steak, tuna, rotisserie chickens from Wal-Mart, hot wings, sushi, pad thai, cold cuts. Any kind of pasta, all breakfast foods. Almost anything you can do with a potato.
My Favorite Kurt Russell Movies (In Order [Descending])
1. The Thing
2. Big Trouble in Little China
3. Escape from New York
But in all seriousness: Graffiti on trains, the soft light that comes through my window at 6am, any kind of music, good whiskey, new socks, Oxford commas, and my coffee maker.
I tend to keep myself to myself but with a new city and zero pals that can be rough.
What opportunities for sledding exist in a state that's so flat?
Board games and other time wasters rank high on the list.
I moved to Toledo fairly recently from Pittsburgh and I travel a lot for work which means I haven't spent a whole heck of a lot of time here. That being said I know all the movie theaters inside and out