*My fiction collection is too big for one shelf, so I have them arranged into pre-1900 and post-1900 collections, the break being here. Just thought you might want to know :P
Books (Non-Fiction): A lot of them, but some highlights: pretty much anything by Robert Wright, Richard Carrier, Niall Ferguson, or George Friedman; Leviathan, by Thomas Hobbes; Why Nations Fail: The Origins of Power, Prosperity, and Poverty, by Daron Acemoglu and James A. Robinson; The Better Angels of Our Nature: Why Violence Has Declined, by Stephen Pinker; War in Human Civilization, by Azar Gat; American Nations, by Colin Woodard; and American Colonies by Alan Taylor; also language/linguistic and science/evolution books. I could keep going, but that's enough for now lol.
Movies: Pan's Labyrinth, Star Wars, anything by Pixar, Monty Python, Spirited Away, Persepolis, He Loves Me He Loves Me Not, Lord of the Rings, Minority Report, Inception. I feel like I'm missing some, but that's enough to start lol.
Shows: I don't watch a lot of television, but generally: The Daily Show, The Colbert Report, Fullmetal Alchemist, Avatar: The Last Airbender (and Legend of Korra), sometimes the History Channel.
Music: Hank Green, Baba Brinkman, Green Day, anime music, Chameleon Circuit, E Nomine, Showtunes in various languages. &c.
Food: As much as I like to consider myself a citizen of the world, I am far too in love with french fries for my own good lol. So American food. Yum.
In other words, to answer the question? Not a damn thing :D