To name a few authors: Rimbaud, Yeats, Ginsberg, Kerouac,
Dostoevsky, Dylan Tomas, James Joyce, Frank McCourt, Eugine
O'Neill, etc. I am big into the "modern" authors. I realized that I
have been lacking in my reading of the classics so I am currently
in a self imposed trek through a classical cannon.
I am pretty far removed for popular cinema, but I did see Felinni's
8 1/2 in Rome in an outdoor viewing while drinking wine....
I have not owned a TV in about five years. I will be more then
happy to reminisce about old MTV and Nickelodeon when Doug,
Rugrats, Legends of the Hidden Temple, and TRL was still on the
BBC's Torchwood and A Touch of Frost are awesome series and don't
get me started on Dr. Who. My boat is named TARDIS.
It is a mix of old blues, Euro-trash, some random british pop,
Classic Irish music, and I do have some American Pop that may be
dated, but I will never know. Recently though Claude Debussy,
Mendelssohn, Wagner, Brahms, ect. have been my go to.
From living abroad; there is literally nothing that I will not try.
I am a very adventurous eater. But there are a few things that I
will forever love. I love Termini Brothers cannoli. The City of
Gaeta Italy, a small bar where an old man makes the best pizza and
handmade ravioli ever. Spicy fish stews in Thailand. Croatian
bread. Hogies not heros, hogies. Real cheese steaks. Nutella.
Coffee, and Offals- any kind I love that stuff.