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Wow here we go.
Food: Anything Italian, Mexican, Chinese. Sushi and Fondue are
Books: I'm currently reading a book called Not A Fan that I got at
church. The most recent books I've read were the majority of Chuck
Klosterman's repertoire; I just love his style and outlook on life.
I'm about to start JR by William Gaddis on the recommendation of a
friend and I can't wait. I (immensely) enjoyed the Harry Potter
books too (I got into it after the 7th book came out, and read all
7 books in about 3 weeks). I wish I would have been into the series
all along so I could have been a part of the excitement that built
around the release of each book (as nerdy as it would be to dress
up like Snape and pace in front of the Books-A-Million waiting
desperately for midnight).
Music: Anything and everything: 311, Opeth, Camp Kill Yourself,
Lamb of God, Meshuggah, Pantera, Between the Buried and Me,
Metallica, Down, Children of Bodom, Avenged Sevenfold's "Waking the
Fallen", Black Label Society, Nirvana, Paul Gilbert, The Black
Dahlia Murder, Slipknot, Godsmack, Alice in Chains, Unearth,
Rammstein, Maylene and the Sons of Disaster, Crystal Method,
Silverchair, Shadows Fall, Mastodon, Songs for the Deaf era Queens
of the Stone Age (Homme, Oliveri, Grohl, Van Leeuwen, and Lanegan
might be the ultimate non metal supergroup), the Prodigy, Zero 7,
Sophie Barker, Massive Attack, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Tool,
Dream Theater, Megadeth, classic Anthrax, Steve Vai, Stone Temple
Pilots, Soundgarden, old In Flames, Slayer, really old Three Six
Mafia, Smashing Pumpkins, Nine Inch Nails, Disturbed, Misfits
(Danzig era only), Saliva, Death, Kyuss, Eric Clapton (especially
some of his blues material and his work with Cream), and anything
else I've forgotten with really awesome guitar in it.
Any pop/altpop from the early 80's through the mid 90's (Depeche
Mode, Duran Duran, Information Society, Howard Jones [the Scottish
80's pop guy, not the singer from Killswitch Engage lol] Yazoo, The
Human League, and even some old Madonna and stuff like that)
I also dig some house and electronic music like Paul Oakenfold,
Aphex Twin, Daft Punk, and Air, and I would like to familiarize
myself with more of it given that I'm new to the genre (well I've
been a fan of the Daft Punk videos since they came out in 97 years
ago, but I was indifferent about the tunes. I lived in Montreal at
the time and being French, Daft Punk videos were on max rotation on
Musiqueplus and MuchMusic). The video for Around the World by Daft
Punk is one of the trippiest things I've ever seen, and it along
with "Da Funk" are two of my all time favorites. The "Robot Rock"
video is also bad ass. I don't care how repetitive that song is,
it's totally awesome. I've never really heard any ambient techno
that I didn't like as well.
I just realized that I didn't have movies on here. I mainly like
comedies, but anything can be good at certain times. Some favorites
are (and in no order): Anchorman, Harold and Kumar go to White
Castle and Escape from Guantanamo Bay, ATHF:MFFT, Simpsons Movie,
the Hangover series Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story, Superbad, The
Big Lebowski, Zoolander, Happy Gilmore, The Dark Knight, Batman
Begins, All Harry Potter movies, Cheech and Chong Up in Smoke,
Knocked Up, True Romance, Super Troopers, Club Dread, Beerfest,
Escape From New York, Escape From LA, Road Trip, GoodFellas,
Scarface, Meet the Parents/Fockers, Pineapple Express, 40 Year Old