I love tech, internet culture, and video games, but I don't play games much by myself. I strongly prefer to play with friends, and get bored very quickly if I play solo.
I also love TV shows and B list or indie movies. I'm not really the blockbuster action film type, I'd prefer something to make me laugh or think.
I'm the guy you can count on for a quick joke or comeback, although I make no guarantees on their quality.
Unique board games are super fun with the right group of people... My collection is becoming rather crowded. What's your favorite game?
My weekends have lately involved a lot of seeing friends out by Worcester or down on the South Shore, or going on some kind of trip. I'm new to the north of the city area, so I don't know many people up this way.
Forgetting which songs I know on guitar when people ask me to play.
Making animal friends.
Actively avoiding participation in theme parties. I'll go to the party, and I'll do your theme, but I won't be happy about it, and my "costume" will show that. (In a generally humorous way)
Reaching things in high places
Books tend to follow the same route: dark, dystopian, character driven. I love the Kidd series & Prey series by John Sandford, my favorite book is Kahlil Gibran's The Prophet. Catch 22 holds a high rank there as well.
But the six things I use in my life as it stands?
1.) The people in my life, friends and coworkers.
2.)My guitars, even if I don't play them as often as I'd like.
3.) A vehicle
4.) A bed or place to call home.
5.) Beer or Bourbon
6.) A clear objective for growth
"Over the years, Emir's told this story a lot. It might be his favorite story that he tells about himself. It rhymes with this view of the world, that there's just this huge, accidental component to life's outcomes, that everyone owes at least some of their success not just to chance but to other people being nice for no reason at all."
You have a book or movie recommendation.
You'll never ask me to go jogging/running/zumbaing/whatever else you crazy kids are doing nowadays.