Books: Catcher In The Rye, Ender's Game, Black
Boy... I like some other books a lot but those 3 are my favorite.
Things Fall Apart is really good too... so is The Brief Wondrous
Life of Oscar Wao. Frederick Douglass's Autobiography is like
Movies: Children of Men, City of God, , The
International, Collateral, Pan's Labyrinth, Signs, Airplane!, Seven
Samurai, Sword of the Stranger, District 9, Eternal Sunshine of the
Spotless Mind, The Bicycle Thief, 400 Blows, The Revolution Will
Not Be Televised.
Very much in love with cinema that deals with the struggles of the
common man or woman.
Shows: I don't really watch much TV anymore.
Nowadays, I only follow my 2 classics (The Simpsons and Futurama)
and 2 new shows (The Walking Dead and Falling Skies). But I also
like/liked Conan O'Brien, Stella, Cowboy Bebop, and Samurai
Music: Mostly underground Hip-Hop. I grew up on
60s pop-music too, and I still love those oldies.
Pharoahe Monch, Immortal Technique, 2pac, J-Live, GangStarr, The
Roots, Talib Kweli, early Mos Def stuff, Pete Rock, RJD2, Tribe
Called Quest, Public Enemy, Pete Rock, Exile, Fashawn, Del The
Funky Homosapien, Binary Star, One Be Lo, Big KRIT, Kendrick Lamar,
The Bullitts, Rage Against The Machine, The Beatles, The Mamas and
the Papas, The Animals, The Kinks, Three Dog Night, Marvin Gaye,
Red Hot Chili Peppers, Jose Feliciano, Jose Gonzalez, Victor Jara,
Cold War Kids' first album.
"Fortunate Son" by Creedence Clearwater Revival is one helluva
song, and I am a huge fan of music with meaningful lyrics.
Food: Tasty food.