Still sollecting myself together to summarize after all these questions ...
I think the idea of matching people by these questions is interesting, if you don't take it too seriously. I am really interested in finding out, how good this works.
What I like here is there are not only people of 18 or beginning twenties.
Julian Barnes, Peter Robinson, Colin Dexter, Alex Capus, Nick Hornby, Jenny Erpenbeck, Sten Nadolny, Alan Bennett
Bon Dylan, Tom Waits, Neil Young, Bruce Springsteen, Willy de Ville, Leonard Cohen, Jimmy Hendrix, Johnny Cash, Lucinda Williams, Amy Winehouse, Achim Reichel, John Coltrane, Beatles, Rolling Stones, Nina Simone, Janis Joplin
Movies-Directors: Classics like John Huston or Alfred Hitchcock. Woody Allen, Stephen Frears. All-time-favourite: The Graduate. (Dustin Hofman, Anne Bancroft)
Shows: Saw Bruce Springsteen recently, he did a great show; Bob Dylan, always when he comes around.
Food: I like fresh home-cooked food, no industrial waste from Maggi and others.
1. Good books
2. Good food
3. Seeing the sea-shore at least once a year
4. Good Music
T.S.Eliot once wrote:
Where is the Life we have lost in living?
Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge?
Where is the knowledge we have lost in information?
The coffee has gotten so cold on the stove
And the morning is just about gone
I'm getting out of bed to find the paper's been read
Cause my lady's been up since the dawn
And to me it seems such a shame
There's no one reason that we can blame
There ain't no reason for anyone's feelings to be torn
And it looks like Friday's blues have made it into Saturday morn'
- you want to find how, if this match-machine works properly,
- you visited this profile, just leave a note,
- curious/bothered/angry about/ (fill in any adjective you like) about what I wrote or any question I answered or you like to ask.
- don't only pass by, say a few words.
DON'T message me, if you
- voted AFD,
- think TTIP is a good idea,
- or dream any other neoliberal bullshit,
because it will not work.