(Before you read too much into my profile.) =P
Obviously, one can never have too many friends =)
Just looked at my personality graph, "More capitalistic," - HUH?! OkC has something skewed somewhere, I think we need a Meritocracy.
Lately, life is gooood!
I am a rather playful character.
Can end up offending people that are easily inclined that way but with others have a great time.
My memory is mostly audio and sometimes things people say certain things that trigger songs in my mind, for example, playing EVE and going to warp in a hurricane, I always hear this.(Youtube link).
I am finally in a job that is in the right sector and my boss is fantastically eccentric. =))
Currently working on a system that might go national as the other offices haven't even started reacting to new legislation. Could be very interesting (in a dull work way). =P
Reading some non fiction such as Red Queen about genetics.
Going nowhere slowly(Youtube link).
I have had a high paying job. The cliche is true, money doesn't make you happy and getting it can be very stressful.
Sounding pretentious, whilst actually being a playful and jovial personality.
R A Salvatore
Game of Thrones.
Ian M Banks
I find I enjoy Sci-Fi and fantasy works more because they tend to stretch the imagination. Horror is often just gore or cliche but I will enjoy the occasional psychological one.
Like - classical, musicals, rock, metal, grunge, 90s pop, etc
Don't - R&B, Hip Hop, Country & Western, techno / dubsh%t.
The Man from Earth
"V" for Vendetta
V - 2009,
Game of Thrones.
Person of Interest,
I did not like the most recent Star Trek films. Instead of the introspective clever plots I was more used to they were Star Wars in a Star Trek skin. The shooting, noises, torpedos that were laser like, the cowboys in space behaviour, the break of the cannon and time line with the black hole and the over the top melodrama.
I am dreading the new series and really hope it does not continue this trend.
Thus far with the Star Trek films and the latest Star Wars one, I conclude that J.J. Abrams is mentally trapped. He keeps using a young cast to play out teen fantasies in the most melodramatic and ham fisted manner.