I run distance in the fall winter and spring then ruin it all by getting fat in the summer. I can't help it.
Reading: Running with the Mind of Meditation
I own two books that I have read 7 times and several that I am reading on a rotating basis just so I won't forget them.
I may very well end up dying surrounded by a pile of books I've been sleeping on in a decrepit old house that I have no time to repair because I was too busy wandering around Barnes and Noble with a cracked out look in my eye.
Now that I have gotten that out of my system...
The Kite Runner was my favorite, followed closely by The Catcher in the Rye. However, The latter has more staying power I have found.
Tom Robbins books are terrific. I regrettably used to be into Anne Rice and I admit that yes I still read her books out of habit.
Christopher Moore's "The Gospel According to Biff" is hysterical.
I'm not huge into movies, but I love Fight Club, American Beauty, The Matrix and The Princess Bride.
Lots, not hip-hop though for some reason I just never liked it. Drum and Bass is(are?) cool though.
While I'm not 100% poly (i.e. I'll date but I'm not looking to fall for anyone else) this is an awesome article:
Actually any combo of the above works :)