On the Road particularly, or any of Kerouac's later stuff. Dune.
Cryptonomicon or most cyberpunk. Marcus Aurelius and Bertrand
Russell. Lighter reading on cosmology, like Brian Greene. News,
technical manuals, and motorcycle magazines. I can't allow myself
into bookstores. I'd be financially ruined.
Fight Club, anything by the Coen Bros., old noir like The Maltese
Falcon, Arsenic and Old Lace, Heat, The Godfather I & II, The
Great Escape, zombie movies, Die Hard, Chris Nolan's movies,
Tarantino, Scorsese, Kevin Smith's good movies, Mel Brooks' good
movies. most anything with Bruce Campbell.
George Carlin, Dave Attell, Richard Pryor, Daniel Tosh, Dave
Chappelle, Rodney Dangerfield, Mitch Hedberg, Hannibal Burress,
Bill Burr, Jim Gaffigan, Chris Rock, Doug Stanhope, Jim Jefferies,
Bill Hicks, Redd Foxx, David Cross, Jim Norton, Lewis Black, Patton
Monty Python kinda jumps across mediums, so they get their own
I think I've found an xkcd that I like more than Bobby Tables.
My last profile had a love letter to PBS on it, Inside Comedy, The
Daily Show, The Colbert Report, Family Guy, South Park, Gold Rush
Alaska, Southland, The Walking Dead, Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones,
Real Time, Criminal Minds; The Wire may be the finest television
program ever produced.
The Beatles, AC/DC, NiN, Rob Zombie, Gang Starr, Tool, Frank
Sinatra, Rage Against the Machine, Immortal Technique, The White
Stripes, Johnny Cash, Weezer, The London Philharmonic, Deftones,
Tom Waits, Al Green, Nirvana, Pennywise, Queens of the Stone Age,
Cage the Elephant, 2pac, The Flaming Lips, Hendrix, Common, The
Black Keys, Led Zeppelin, CCR, Muse, Pink Floyd, Nas
I'll eat almost anything (though I can't stand the combination of
spicy and sour), and I love to cook and bake. I make a great
meatloaf, but I'd like to learn to make better veggie stuff.