I've been told I should write a book about my life. Take that however you like.
Not an age or ethnicity fetishist.
I try to be a not-shitty straight white male as much as possible.
Navigating the Metaverse. (I work in IT. Not a libertarian or MRA though.)
Trying new things like photography and playing the guitar.
I like to cook stuff ever since I moved to a place with a dishwasher (hashtag lazy)
Cooking, love trying out new recipes. I'll make you a bad ass stir-fry. Or a pizza.
Ignoring sage advice.
My first DVD player was purchased to watch an Army of Darkness DVD (that I bought before I had a DVD player).
I loved the "WGN Saturday Afternoon Movie" version of Pulp Fiction. Seriously, it exists. "The one that says bad mother on it" then super zoom-in on Jules' wallet so you can't see the bad word. Why even bother?!
I'm on a Joss Whedon kick as far as TV goes. I'm like 10 years late on Buffy. *UPDATE* Now I've seen Angel as well. Good stuff. And I'm a bit Whedon'd out for a bit.
I have a soft spot for 70s/80s punk bands.
I'm big fan of Salvador Dali paintings and R Crumb drawings.
The last book I read was a biography of Teddy Roosevelt. Yes, a book about a rich white man. It was good, though. *Edit* Reading Seveneves by Neal Stephenson atm.
A couple years ago I took a trip to Boston to see a Dead Milkmen concert. It was totally worth it.
I think The Breeders "Saints" is the perfect song. If we send up another space probe with human music on it, that should be the first song the aliens hear.
Oh yeah and that Mouth Moods album that just went up. Google it and thank me later.
The Simpsons seasons 2-9
Luna the stupid cat.
The word 'Meh'.
Can I get "frozen" for say 3,000 years or so?
Late 2016 edit: AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH
I'm a disgraced former member of Team Zissou.
You want to go see a movie at the Music Box.
You want to join me in the audience of Steve Gadlin's Star Makers.
You want to try to find cool records at thrift stores. I found two autographed albums by The Knack at a Salvation Army. Yeah, I know, it's The Knack, but that's still kinda cool, eh? Eh?!? Maybe this limited edition Siouxsie and the Banshees record I found would impress you instead.