said, "I am a small small small small bird," and I
think that just about sums it up. Urban alienation; tiny dishes of
food; an escalator to the top of Victoria Peak; kitchen ghosts;
sounds of blackness; chakra
liberation; fashion that is
courageous and in bad taste; mechanized bug husks; international
English; Sakhalin; princes Kaoru and Niou; sleek, icy Scandinavian
modernism; Siberian opera; low infant mortality rates, high suicide
rates. Don't free Tibet. iPod. Colonialism.
My favorite flower is the tulip.
What I’m doing with my life
Single Gay secretary of the Invisible, seeks same for ends to which
words will not suffice.
I’m really good at
Acting like it was on purpose
The first things people usually notice about me
My concerned look
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
1- J.M. Coetzee, M.F.K. Fisher, Ogden Nash, Colette, Kobo Abe, Paul
West, Lu Xun, Herman Melville
2- Silence of the Lambs; Werner Herzog, esp. Grizzly Man; Kenneth
Branagh's Much Ado About Nothing
3- Stravinsky, Penguin Cafe Orchestra, Sigur Ros, Vashti Bunyan,
Bjork, Enya, Gorky's Zygotic Mynci, Paul Simon, Jens Lekman,
Brahms, Cocteau Twins, Mozart, Mahler, Morton Feldman, Carlo
Gesualdo, Cornelius, Elvis, Javanese gamelan music, minimal German
techno, and J.S. Bach
4- Raw oysters with freezing cold gin. All sorts of seafood, beets,
potent cheese, fried anything. Spicy.
The six things I could never do without
1- neck rubs
3- something green & growing
5- dental floss
6- cashmere socks
I spend a lot of time thinking about
"...the classic story of Henry, a backwoods villager watching a
theatrical performance, who leaps to the stage to save the heroine
from the clutches of the villain and a horrible death. Of course
Henry is mistaken if he thinks he can save the actress. She is not
in danger; there is nothing to save her from. But the character she
portrays is in danger and does need saving. Can Henry help her,
despite the fact that he doesn’t live in her world?"
On a typical Friday night I am
Recently, playing go, writing fugues, girl-talking, nurturing a
robust mental life. Please take me out dancing.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm a little bit "Buddhist" and a little bit "bad boy"
You should message me if
You prefer Garfield to Calvin and Hobbes.