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All five of these things are an ever evolving process of discovery
I usually have a few books going at once, and have a stack next to
my bed that I never really seem to get to; magazines too.
I'm reading three books now that do a fine job of representing the
stuff I'm into:
Just Kids- Patti Smith.
Sometimes a Great Notion- Ken Kesey.
Imperfect Offering- James Orbinski--former director of Médecins
Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders)(a friend working for MSF
recommended this book as I'm about to apply to be a logistics
coordinator for them).
All over the place-everything, kinda. I'm drawn to genuine
expression and like a good story. Storytellers, dreamers, poets,
bullshiters all make great music.
60/70's rock and country, hip-hop, pre-war blues, folk. I grew up
in Portland in the 90's, so all that stuff too. Still love a good
house show, or sitting around the living room drinking wine and
listening to my friends play.
It's hard to speak of favorites, I move through things-the list is
long and ever-changing.
Though I know there are some damn good shows being made these days,
I try not to get sucked into them as they steal waaay too much
time. I haven't been able to resist a few though: Deadwood, The
Wire, Californication. Some 30Rock, Always Sunny, and First
Haven't started a series in years and plan to keep it that
I spend a lot of time starring at YouTube & Vimeo.
In the 80's my young and impressionable mind was shaped by the
likes of The Dukes of Hazzard, A-Team, Knight Rider, Macgyver, the
Bionic Man, and Evel Knievel.
I crushed out hard on Punky Brewster, Alyssa Milano, Justine
Bateman, and Lynda Carter.
For what it's worth, I no longer have such a definable
Once again, I love a good story, and the art of story
Big fan of documentaries, dramas, and comedy. Not much of a fan of
horror as it's always pretty predictable and ridiculous--some are
good though. Also, not big on fantasy or sci-fi, but I appreciate
it more and more.
I like gritty, down-on-your-luck stories of outsiders and
outlaws-free-thinkers. ..Been watching a bunch of shitty 70's
motorcycle and trucker movies lately.
Love the social aspect of food.
Because I'm constantly traveling I eat out a lot, but I look
forward to preparing a meal in with friends when I can.
I've gone the route of vegetarian and vegan before-but not anymore.
I'm not a picky eater, I mostly eat healthy, and I love to try new
and interesting things.
No fast food joints, and I really strive to eat at places that are
not chain. I'd roll the dice with a sketchy mom-and-pop in the
middle of nowhere-Nebraska rather then a predictable chain
restaurant. I'm not a foodie, but I do think it's an extension of
how you live your life. I'm adventurous and enjoy the whole
Part of my job is to create, purchase, and implement meal plans for
large groups of people. Through this I've come to appreciate the
social aspect of having a few drinks and preparing a meal with
friends. Despite cooking for large groups I feel I'm just
scratching the surface-winging it really-and look forward to
learning more and becoming better versed in the kitchen.