I love Vonnegut and Salinger. I've read House of Leaves a few times
over, because I love it and it's so easy to get lost in that book.
I've read Sphere a few times over, too, though I couldn't really
tell you why. I'm just starting to get into graphic novels, and
Promethea was really epic and I'd highly recommend it. I'm looking
forward to delving deeper into that particular hobby, so if anyone
has any recommendations, by all means, message me. Also, if you
work at a comic store and want to recommend things to me and then
get me a sweet discount on the aforementioned things, you should
probably also message me. I'm just kidding. But seriously. Right
now I'm really into Philip K. Dick.
Asking me to name my favorite movie is like asking my parents to
name their favorite child. I mean, if it were acceptable, they
would obviously choose me, but they can't, and they're just going
to say they love us all equally.
I recently watched Misfits, and I really dig it. I also recently
finished Battlestar Gallactica, and I mostly dug it. I'm mildly
obsessed with Boardwalk Empire, because I'm moderately obsessed
with Steve Buscemi. Also, Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart are
kicking even more ass than usual right now.
Honestly, I don't really care if we like the same music or not. I'm
pretty sure we'll still get along. That being said, I've had a hard
time recently looking for new and interesting stuff to listen to.
But have you heard that song Free Translator by the Books? It's
pretty much been on repeat for a couple weeks now, along with
Vanished by Crystal Castles, and Sam Cooke's greatest hits. I
suppose Dr. Dog and Arcade Fire are generally in pretty heavy
rotation, too. Even though it's not music, I do have to say that I
listen to the My Brother My Brother and Me podcast pretty
regularly, and you should too, if you don't hate fun. If you hate
fun, you should neither listen to that podcast, nor contact
I'm searching for the perfect almond croissant. So far, the best
one I've found is at Crumbs, but that can't be the best almond
croissant in the LA area, because that wouldn't make any GD sense.
I'm really into curries, and tofu, and the occasional pizza. And
Mexican food. I will never say no to fries, or a Mexican lager. I'm
also kind of a coffee snob. Sorry. It's the one super annoying bias
I allow myself.*
*Update: I'm apparently allergic to gluten, so I can't have almond
croissants, pizza, or lagers anymore. Major bummer. However, if you
know where to get gluten-free versions of any of these things, feel
free to share!