And even though I rarely ever cook, I grew up with a kick ass Italian mother who bestowed upon me her God given talent and cooking Italian food.
I'm pretty good at reading people and uncovering people true motives. I sometimes think my true calling would have been to an FBI profiler chasing down evil men thus saving the world. Meh...maybe next time.
I also have a birthmark on my neck and have grown up my whole life being asked "Is that hickey on you neck?" So before you ask. No. No
it is is not a hickey on my neck.
Anything written by John Douglas who pioneered and developed the Behavioral Science Unit branch of the FBI with whose sole purpose was catching violent criminals and serial killers.
Book on historical events and biographies are the other stuff I love reading. I kind of stopped reading fiction because I find true life so much more interesting.
Off beat comedy's, inspirational or compelling documentaries, and a good mafia movie does me just fine. A big fan of Quinten Tarrintino, Cohen Brothers, David Lynch, and Judd Apatow.
80's music, some indy stuff, and for some reason I'm really loving the stuff coming out of Canada lately. They are making the best music I think.
2)box DVD Set of "Punky Brewster"
3) keen sense of impending doom.
4)my undying love and admiration for Judge Judy
5)The e-meter I stole from the Church of Scientology
6)my autographed life sized cut out of Lorenzo Lamas
(Update: Due to the economic downturn I have since sold all these items on E-bay)
As an agnostic, I'm constantly looking for evidence that there is some kind of universal force in charge of things, but many times walk away feeling that the we exist in vortex of chaos. Apparently, whomever or whatever made us felt that the mysteries of life and why we are here is none of our goddamn bees wax. That's how I explain it to myself, but I really wish I had a better answer.