Favorite book of all time is It by Stephen King. Favorite poem is
Rhyme of the Ancient Mariner by Samuel Coleridge. I also really
like the Notes from the Underground by Dostoyevsky. I just finished
House Of Leaves and I couldn't be more impressed with it. The
uncomfortable and unsettling feeling reading it is the closest I've
come to being a little kid reading Stephen King under the sheets
late at night. Such a masterpiece.
Favorite movie would probably be Almost Famous. I've always liked
it but my job has made it much more poignant and personal as I've
grown older. I also love American Beauty. I watch it every couple
of months, though I couldn't tell you why. I think it makes me feel
good about my life, in a strange way. After American Beauty, it
would probably be Supertroopers. Or Bad Santa. Or Beavis and
Butthead Do America. Something intelligent like that.
As I get older, my musical tastes have tended to expand. Growing up
I only listened to 60s stuff like the Beatles, the Doors, etc. I
got in to punk in high school and still love NOFX, Green Day, and
Propaghandi. I now listen to everything from punk to rap to Adele.
I have a serious soft spot for 90's alternative rock. If you're the
type of person who gets goosebumps when they listen to a great song
then we'll get along just fine. Right now I can't stop listening to
The Menzingers. Seriously. If you don't enjoy this song and find
this video amusing then I can't help you:
I love food, so picking a favorite is really tough. I would have to
go with sushi. Or indian. Or mexican. Or maybe chinese. One of
those. I love people who are adventurous eaters.
I just realized I didn't mention tv in here. I am so in love with
Dave Grohl's Sonic Highways. It feels like it's a show that is made
just for me.
I also love Howard Stern and podcasts. I regularly listen to Adam
Carolla, Nerdist, Aisha Tyler and more.