Regardless, I'm reasonably competent at:
- Computer stuff
- Tabletop RPGs
- Being a burrito.
Albert Camus' The Stranger
Neil Gaiman's American Gods and Sandman
Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett
Stephen King's Dark Tower series (Minus Wizard and Glass)
Douglas Adams' So Long and Thanks for all the Fish
Brian Clevinger's Atomic Robo (Quite literally one of the best comics ever committed to paper. Now it's free online)
Plato and a Platypus Walk into a Bar
Freakanomics by Steven Levitt and Sephen Dubne.
Stephen Hawking's A Brief History of Time
Mike Cary and Peter Gross' The Unwritten
Conan the Barbarian (The 1982 one. A masterpiece)
Monty Python's The Meaning of Life
Anything written/directed by Mel Brooks
Space Mutiny, Manos the Hands of Fate, Pumaman and all of those other wonderfully awful, riffable movies
Muppet Treasure Island
The old Three Stooges short films
Any of the Marx Brothers Movies
The Three Stooges (Classic stooges, not that horrible recent remake)
Stargate (All of them. Even Battlestargate Unvierse)
The gamut of the DCAU
Game of Thrones
Doctor Who (but not the last few seasons. SO LONG MOFFAT!)
Star Tracks TNG And DS9
Old Looney Tunes
I'm a dyed in the wool metal head, but I do enjoy a wide variety of music. It's always fun to throw some funk, electro or classical in to the mix. I also run a private radio server that has gigabytes of music on shuffle, so if you have any suggestions for stuff to add, you're more than welcome to throw them my way..
Here, have an unkempt last.fm page for more horribly out of date information: http://www.last.fm/user/BurningFool
Burritos are happiness wrapped in a tortilla shell.
System of Measurement (for the three people who will get the joke)--
Firkin/Furlong/Fortnight FTW!!! Also bogoMIPS
2) Something to talk at.
4) Reading material
5) Something to tinker around with
6) A decent night's sleep
Then video games.