Help your potential matches find common interests.
Ok, guilty pleasure admit ion here. I love my Kindle Reader. Ok,
I've said it, and I feel better. Really, anything thoughtful,
creative, provocative, and with a bit of historical perspective. I
like fiction, historical works, and I'm enjoying biographies
lately. But, I'm not too hot on autobiographies. They seem too self
serving and preachy for me. I go through stages: Classics like
Hemingway because it reminds me how much can be done in one
lifetime. Historical fictions like Alan Furst, a espionage writer
who makes Europe in the 30s and 40s seem amazing. Cormac McCarthy
because nobody can make violence so casually brutal. Bret Easton
Ellis, because sometimes debauchery just works.
Musically I'm all over the map. I love the classic rock stuff, the
90 alt scene, and more current stuff like the killers, neon trees,
foo fighters etc..I never miss Cris Cornell if he's nearby. But I
also have a serious soft spot for great, well performed live Jazz.
I think its the historical significance that draws me in. I'm
looking forward to this years Montreal and Monterrey Jazz
Festivals. I have no problem using frequent flyer miles on an
impromptu concert trip!
Not really any specific type of film fan. I usually get a few days
at the Sundance Film Festival. I've been many times, and I usually
really enjoy the whole scene. Some of the art films are a bit heavy
though. I'm really OK with the mega blockbusters. The indie films
are full of the realities of life, but special effects, mega stars,
and raunchy humor can work for me too. How shallow does that make