I started on this site for the quizzes. Now, they've taken that away, so I figure I should put a bit more effort into this self-summary.
I'm a big softie, most of the time. I only like mushrooms when they're cooked. I'm a Masshole when I'm driving. Motorcycles are my passion. My favorite book is Mercer Meyer's "East of the Sun, West of the Moon." The 1984 version of A Christmas Carol with George C. Scott is the best one. Never give me an ultimatum, I will choose the other option every time (unless it has to do with dessert). There are only 4 lights.
P.S. If you voted for Trump, you're everything wrong with this country and I highly doubt we'd get along.
Developing ideas for my project motorcycle.
Also, I tend to be either really quiet, or talking to every stranger in the room.
Hunter S. Thompson (mostly for his writing style)
I should probably also add that I may reference H.P. Lovecraft's work quite a bit.
The last time I put my YouTube playlist on random it played these songs, in this order, for the first five songs:
1) Alice in Chains - Man in the Box
2) Meredith Brooks - Bitch
3) The Pogues - Thousands are Sailing
4) Xandria - Voyage of the Fallen
5) Justin Townes Earl - The Ghost of Virginia
I like the music I like.
As for shows? If I'm totally honest, I don't watch much TV, except to binge shows when I'm feeling under the weather.
Movies? Same deal, really.
I could probably stand to love food a lot less than I do. But, being a fan of all kinds of food is fun.
1. My 2007 VTX1800
3. Apple Pie Moonshine
6. A sense of wonder
Also where I can pick up another Miskatonic University window sticker for my car.
What a production of "Mulan Rouge!" would look like.
Occasionally, going to bed really early so I can get up incredibly early to get somewhere cool to watch the sun rise.
Fight Song by Rachel Platten is my jam.
For the truly curious, ask me about my Harley Rant.
You know what the suffix of my profile name means.
If you ride motorcycles, or if I can possibly corrupt you into riding motorcycles, that's a definite plus.
If you think Before We Go is an underrated movie, and far better than anything Nicholas Sparks has ever created.
Two fathers and two sons go fishing.
They all catch a fish, none get away, and none are thrown back.
They bring them home for dinner and the family feasts on three fish.
How is this possible?