Digital marketing ish and living the funk 24/7.
Touching my eye after cutting jalepeños.
Terrible, awful, eye-rolling, groan inducing, sometimes even funny, puns, portmanteaus, and parodies. A sense of humor is very important.
Someone once told me I have the voice of a Hell's Angel.
Lonesome Dove by Larry McMurtry
Up Next: No One Belongs Here More Than You by Miranda July
Adam Curtis documentaries. Zatoichi. The Neverending Story.
Mostly 80's funk, house, folk, old country, and heavy doses of Sade, but my musical library is rather large and varied. Sepultura's 'Arise' juxtaposes nicely into Madonna's 'Angel' or vice versa.
Master of None is great. I've been watching Anthony Bourdain's Parts Unknown and It's Always Sunny most recently.
I'm agnostic as to whether it is butter, and my favorite number is eleventeen.
What if god lived in Gowanus? (Think Joan Osbourne)
How hella unromantic the Internet is.
I'm trying to read books not only authored by white dudes, so please share any recommendations!