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Gravity's Rainbow, The Satanic Verses (This book is soo insane.
Just the way it starts out, the plane breaking up with Gibreel and
Chamcha soaring down to England. And the parts with Mahound, sooo
crazy. I wish it wasn't offensive to some religious types because I
don't think it should be. I mean, why can't Rushdie get away with a
valid critique?), Skinny Legs and All (Go out and get anything by
Tom Robbins, you won't be disappointed, I promise.), The Rum
Diaries (I love how for most of the book, they're eating
hamburgers), Catch 22, Jailbird, Breakfast of Champions, Bluebeard.
Flaming Lips (one time, when I was working at Cincinnati Museum
Center, the bass player came in with his wife and small child and I
said to him, "hey, aren't you the guy from the Flaming Lips?" His
wife seemed really appreciative that I recognized him--maybe he
doesn't get recognized that often because he seemed nervous that I
knew who he was.), The Clash, Animal Collective--especially Panda
Bear, Modest Mouse, Dinosaur Jr., Black Sabbath, ODB, Harry Nilsson
(gotta get up, gotta get out, gotta get home before the morning
comes, what if i'm late got a big date, i gotta run run yeaaah),
The Specials, Built to Spill, Tool, Johnny Cash, NOFX, Ween, SONIC
YOUTH (I always liked Daydream Nation and Goo, but my friend Chad
recently introduced me to the album Sister, which is really good
too). The Big Lebowski, I don't watch many movies, but I think this
movie is one of the best of our time. It seems to me that it's an
allegory for the first Iraq war. The scenes where Saddam is handing
out shoes at the bowling alley are what made me start thinking
along those lines. True Stories, anything David Byrne is good.
Tarantino movies. Thai Express