is definitely at the top of the list. I didn't even
like beer when I started going there. Now I'm turning into a beer
deserves to get much bigger than it is. So does bd's
For starters, my favorite author is Terry Pratchett
I tore through The Hunger Games
and both of
its sequels in two sittings; I know it's intended for teenagers,
but it's a great story and wonderful political and social
commentary. Nineteen Eighty-Four
are other works of political/social commentary I
Movies and TV:
My preferences lean toward comedies (Arrested Development
instance) and animated movies (Tangled
was sublime). I'm too empathetic
to watch much drama, generally; there's enough drama in life
without sitting down and suffering through more. There are
exceptions, though: I'm a huge fan of House
, and I thoroughly enjoyed The Newsroom
can't wait for next season).
When in doubt, I pop in a stand-up comedy DVD. I have everything
released by Gabriel Iglesias
I tend to dislike some of the harsher rap, and some of the more
jingoistic country—think Toby Keith
—but I can enjoy the rest;
my tastes run the gamut, from classical to electronic.
I listen to the Savage Love Podcast
single week without fail; Dan Savage
is made of awesome.
I've been listening to Penn's Sunday School
). Also, I watch Film Riot
and listen to This Week in
Someone suggested that I listen to Welcome to Night Vale
about halfway through, and have been thoroughly enjoying it.
My daily reading list includes Questionable Content
, Order of the Stick
, Punch an' Pie
Morning Breakfast Cereal
, Real Life
, What the Duck
(yes, it counts as
a webcomic), and many more.