I suppose I'm here first and foremost to make some cool new friends. Where things progress from there isn't what concerns me, really. I'm just in a place in my life where meeting someone who is completely hilarious, fun to be around, a big nerd, and likes some of the same obscure bull-crap as me would be really swell. So if that sounds at all like you (I guess you'd need to read on to figure out the obscure bull-crap part...), feel free to drop me a line. I'm pretty friendly!
Say Anything, They Might be Giants, Ludo, MC Chris, The Protomen, He is Legend, NoFX, Does it Offend You Yeah?, Rancid, The Hippos, Foxy Shazam, I set my friends on fire, The Rumble Strips, Grand Buffet, System of a Down, Reel Big Fish, Nekromantix, Kimya Dawson, Less than Jake, Mr. Bungle, Operation Ivy, Regina Spektor, Streetlight Manifesto, The Dresden Dolls, The Aquabats, Andrew Jackson Jihad, The Mountain Goats...and so many more.
All time favorite is the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy series by Douglas Adams. But I'm also very fond of House of Leaves by Mark Danielewski, most of Chuck Palahniuk's work, the Wet Moon series by Ross Campbell, the Harrington on Hold 'em series (I am a poker nerd), The Wind Up Bird Chronicle, World War Z, Good Omens, Piers Anthony's Xanth series, the Walking Dead graphic novels, anything by Alan Moore, and anything by Terry Pratchett.
Happiness of the Katakuris, Event Horizon, Monty Python's Meaning of Life, The Dark Knight, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, Cannibal: the Musical, Watchmen, Pan's Labyrinth, Labyrinth, the Evil Dead Trilogy, anything by Miyazaki, anything with zombies.
Easy. I'm from Maine, so it's obviously Lobster. Specifically the Baked Stuffed Lobster with seafood stuffing, from Cooks Restaurant. So good. That said, I also really enjoy Indian food a lot. I could probably drink Masala sauce, as terrifying as that sounds. Japanese, Thai, and comforty-American foods are also appealing. And even bad pizza is usually pretty edible. I am on a bit of a health kick lately, however, and trying to avoid over-indulging in many of these items.
My life, my plans, the future.
Whatever I'm reading or watching lately (I mostly watch movies and animated shows, though sometimes I get sucked into "normal" TV, mostly Food Network programs).
Zombies. If I get wrapped up pondering the ideal methods for surviving a zombie apocalypse, my mind will churn away on the details for eons.
Games. If there is a game, and I really want to win, I will set my mind to figuring out how to make it happen. I will think about how I've played in the past, and how I could play better...