So, y'know. Chances are if you like a cartoon, I do, too. Chances are if you browse the documentary section on Netflix, we've already got stuff in common.
My books lately are generally textbooks and philosophy, generally I like anthologies because they suit my ADD. I stay away from new books and try to catch all the classics I haven't read yet.
I like music. But I'm particular - I'll criticize anything - and I view the entertainment industry in general as kind of a pollutant. It's kind of a complex viewpoint that shades everything gray, so maybe I shouldn't be getting into it. Ain't nobody got time that. I guess if you're into journalism, this is the song I was listening to while typing: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jM_Nb6dpnys
3) The Internet
this is the part where I realize there's very little in my life I don't consider expendable.
Re-reading this several months later, I realized I could buy an ipad and have the whole list covered.
Also the title of this section is silly. If everyone wanted to pass this test, they'd write "food, water, shelter, air, a working anus...." This should be the things I really really like section, or something.
If senpai will notice me today.
How people manage to forget not only the name of the drink they just ordered a minute ago, but also that they ordered anything at all.
Big blocks of scrolling text.
When and where the next cup of coffee/cigarette will be.
Walking down the road until I forget my name, my purchase, and purchasing in general.
Riding my bike down the road until I forget what walking was like.
Putting a hang glider on that bike and that just being okay and not at all a horrible idea.