Sooo....when I was in high school I was president of my schools
book club for a year. I was way more interested in reading than
what my teachers had to say, usually to their dismay. Starting
around 13 I began reading business profiles. Liar's Poker by
Micheal Lewis is still one of my favorite books. I never stopped
with the non-fiction and will always opt for real life. Notable
exceptions: Harry Potter and anything by Brett Easton Ellis. I'm
always reading the news to stay current on what's happening.
Movies. My real passion. I'm gonna attempt a top three list here
which is sacrilege but what the heck.
Why: Robert Duval, much younger, still balding. The most prescient
film about media ever made. Directed by a genie looking into a
2. The Big Lebowski
Why: It was my first favorite noir movie before I even knew it was
a noir movie. Also, Jeff Bridges, much younger, opposite of
Why: I would watch it when I was a little kid during the winter
time when it was all cold outside and the fire was going. The
opening scene has these awesome looking creme puffs, I think
initially I was more attracted to the food scenes then anything and
Tom Hulce was so animated even a kid could get into his
performance. Also it won 8 Oscars...just sayin.