Let's do this by a decades/celebrities comparison.
I'm a mixture of Freddie Mercury and Michael Douglas.
I'm a mixture of Jim Belushi and Kurt Russell.
I'm a mixture of Brad Pitt and Chris Farley.
I'm a writer who actually gets paid to do things with words, though that doesn't necessarily mean I do that much writing.
I'm the kind of person who dances first and asks questions later.
On a helpful note: If you dig me at all and would maybe want me to send you a message, "like" me so I get the notice.
I just want us to be crunk together.
I run, bike, play basketball, and lift heavy things to try to stay in shape.
That make your brain or spirit grow:
Steinbeck, To a God Unknown
Green to Gold
Worldchanging: A Users Guide to the 21st Century
How We Decide, by Jonah Lehrner
Power of Myth, by Joseph Campbell
Man's Search for Meaning, by Frankl
That are fun or funny:
Septuagenarian Stew, by Bukowski
Lamb, by Christopher Moore
Y: The Last Man
Preacher, by Garth Ennis
That are just good reads:
Steinbeck, East of Eden
Of Human Bondage, by Somerset Maugham
To Kill a Mockingbird,
Frankenstein, by Mary Shelley
Childhood's End, by Arthur C. Clark
Night, by Eli Wiesel
Those are my favorite books, but I've also read junk like the Great Gatsby, Vonnegut, On the Road, and so on.
Life As A House
Big Trouble in Little China
The Matrix Trilogy
The Princess Bride
I love the big series on HBO, Showtime, and AMC and whatnot. So, Deadwood, Boardwalk Empire, Dexter, Game of Thrones, Breaking Bad, Mad Men, and all that jazz. I love all that junk, but I usually wait until a season is done before I'll watch any of it.
I love something from every genre. Most the junk I listen to is indie rock crap, but I love 90s R&B, 80s synth pop, classic rock, anything that was in an 80s movie (Goonies, etc.), late 90s country (don't tell anyone), Neil Diamond, Motown, mother fucking Queen, and a whole lot more.
To accurately describe how I feel about 90s R&B, I'll defer to my friend Tom:
I like great music, and I don't care what genre it comes from.
Food: I'm not too picky, and I like to try new stuff.
The inevitable Zombie/Robot Apocalypse
How badass Steinbeck, Frankl, Bukowski, and Campbell are.
How ridiculous people are, in a good and laughable way. :)
How much fun it is to talk to my dog as if he is a human and can understand what I am saying.
You are gangsta.
You ain't bootsy.