i also dabble in home automation. my garage door opens for me when i drive up; the lights come on by themselves. that kind of stuff.
i like a good Texas thunderstorm, but i also enjoy those California days when the sun shines and a nice breeze is blowing.
playing drums, automating something in my home, photography, reading books, pokin' smot, cooking, setting an awesome soundtrack to it
you look like Kevin Spacey
the chemical brothers, bassnectar, beastie boys, flux pavilion, royksopp, primus, sublime, galactic, the flaming lips, zz top, bowie, daft punk, air, deadmau5, major lazer, lcd soundsystem, kraftwerk*, jamc, 80s, dan deacon, blur, gorillaz, she wants revenge
*i'm going to see them this September!! legen... dary.
indian, sushi, chinese, thai, greek... i haven't yet found a cuisine i do not have any interest in. i can usually find something on the menu. tofu, mangoes, steak, tabouli, 1833 cheddar, home-made stir-fry, star pizza (houston)... not all at once
lately, i've been watching nothing but stuff from thegreatcourses catalog, but other times, i... like TED talks, those bbc earth/planet earth/blue planet collections, the "how stuff works" type of shows on hulu, how stuff works, firefly, breaking bad, the goldbergs, grounded for life, brooklyn 99, i've completed the seinfeld 173, and ancient aliens is sometimes fun.
II - learning opportunities
III - quiet time
IIII - human interaction
V - music
VI - tetrahydrocannabinol
oh... and touch screens.
I think about a lot of strange things sometimes. everyone says that, but I wonder what level they're on. for instance, when we eat at a restaurant, it's like we're all dinner guests sharing a meal at a never-to-be-repeated party. what would happen if all the dividers separating all of the bathroom stalls and urinals suddenly vanished into thin air. how many of those people would be using bathroom time to catch up on phone games?
i miss the internet when it was cool. before it went pop.
poor grammar. poor grammar that's become socially acceptable. examples: irregardless... could care less. (kudos to okc for seeing the former as a spelling error.)
i'd *kill* for someone who shared similar taste in music. well, not really kill, but i'd give one helluva paper cut. and it'll hurt.