I can stack a jukebox six ways from Sunday
being a friend
Laughin off hard times.
word on the street is i'm really good at skating, but i'm not good enough to get paid. But i am really good at having fun doing it
19th century Russians! Ill take Dostoevsky over Tolstoy.
Moby Dick- great on so many levels
100 years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez
History is fascinating. Ive read the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, it was work, but it changed my worldview for sure.
For philosophy, Ive read Foucalt, and Plato, and Nietzche, but i'll take The Stoics- Marcus Aurelius and Epictetus, because the functionality of that view is empowering ...
" It is not the thing that hurts us, it is our opinion of that thing." As in control yourself, deal with it, and dont get bummed out.
The wrestler. True Romance. Down By law. Event Horizon. Pans Labyrinth. The Fall. Jackie Brown.
I like Kirasawa and Hitchcock as directors.
I'd rather watch a TED talk than TV.
I listen to deep blues cuts and bad ass rock n roll.
I like to go to small shows or plays where you can look the musician or actor in the eye and see if what they're doing means everything to them.
I love to cook collard greens all day. Pan seared scallops. Soup from scratch.
i like goin into restaurants and ordering things ive never had.
*if you know who you are and care about yourself. Its nice to be inspired by the people i meet.