I'm usually willing and able to do or try most things. I can be an inattentive driver, and prefer walking to steering. Though not a gloomy fellow I have been able to maintain, thus far, a stable balance between spontaneous dancing and existential despair. Cuddling helps.
I am intelligent, self-conscious, and wondering.
Soul work/gettin' back to the root metaphor (in the Jungian sense).
Favorite reads: The Melancholy Of Resistance (Krasznahorkai), Immortality (Kundera), Re-Visioning Psychology (Hillman), Hollywood: From Vietnam To Reagan (Wood), The Cement Garden (McEwan), Dreams Of Chaos/Visions Of Order (Peterson), The Inner World of Trauma (Kalsched), The Last Temptation Of Christ (Kazantzakis), plus Gatsby, Macbeth and Slaughterhouse-Five
Musically, I seem to have tuned out once Michael McDonald left The Doobie Brothers so, yes, I'm mostly stuck in the 70s and 80s: Stevie Wonder, Sir Hall & Sir Oates, Joy Division, Blondie, Steely Dan, Electric Light Orchestra, Barry Gibb, Paul Simon, The Spinners, Echo & his Bunnymen, REM, The Smiths, Fleetwood Mac, Public Enemy, John Denver, ABBA, Tangerine Dream, Paul Williams, Giorgio Moroder...and Sam Cooke.
Podcasts: Generation Why, Womp It Up, On Being, Last Podcast on the Left, You Must Remember This, Pistol Shrimps Radio, Superego, Cinephiliacs
And I'm always on the lookout for a sushi buddy!
3. cherry licorice
4. The Criterion Collection
5. my eyeglasses
*How repellent and lazy contemporary movie poster design has become.
*Taking an uninflected concept, framework or image and placing it over another...then feelin' the fireworks.
*Combining my love of Elliot Gould with my fixation on men's facial hair into one grandiose fetishism.
*Empty buildings. (Space designed for many yet occupied by few.)
*A canopy of clouds, a touch of frost.
*How to get my butt in gear.