Not divorced. No kids. Did live with an ex a few years back for four years though, so I can talk and stuff.
I can execute a few eminem songs pretty well. I tried to karaoke him one time at a bar, but the rhythms were too tricky to be programmed properly on the backing track so it didn't really work out. Boy, that doesn't sound awkward.
My favorite movie of all time is Belle de Jour. Made in USA (Goddard) is also an incredible film.
Shows: Curb your Enthusiasm. Seinfeld. SCTV, sort of; it was probably funnier at the time. Six Feet Under. Dexter. Real Time. Frontline. BBC World. The Affair, haha. Vice news. Last week tonight. CNN, HBO, Showtime.
Books: Camus, Burroughs, Henry Miller, Kurt Vonnegut, Flannery O'Connor, Shakespeare. Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, Invisible Man, Crime and Punishment, Howl, The Bell Jar, The Trial; not much contemporary stuff, I guess. The Stranger is my favorite novel so far.
Comedians: George Carlin, Sarah Silverman, Aziz Ansari, but only when he's impersonating R. Kelly. David Cross is my favorite. As you can see, my knowledge of comedy is quite historical in nature, haha.
Music: All kinds of crazy stuff. Anthony braxton the past week (no, not the r&b singer, although she is smooth as shit). I actually listen to a lot of pop music too. Lately I've been listening to a lot of modern jazz saxophone solo albums, and deeply considering whether this is a genre that is sustainable. Along the way, I've been trying to soak up the writing aesthetic of modern jazz tenor players, because I think there is a specific one.
2. Good comedies, comedy shows and stand up.
3. Anti-psychotics (naw, just kidding).
4. My three beautiful teenage daughters. Okay, sorry, last joke.