I am a fanatic for the outdoors. I own a pretty snazzy bike that I beat the hell out of because, in this little city, a bike can getcha pretty much anywhere. I go play in parks, jump in the water, or geocache when I have free time. If you don't know what that is, I recommend looking it up; geocaching kills boredom dead.
Music was bred into me at a young age and is legitimately more important than most things to me.
I've lived in many places and visited far more, but apparently, so has everyone else on OKC. :] I've been through a lot and it has taught me to not be bothered by the little things. I am pretty much stress free. Always.
Crying can be therapeutic.
Like everyone else, I want to pay my dues; I only want someone to tell me who to make the check out to.
If you know that quote, you're too awesome.
It's hard to talk about my favorite films. I simply love them, and "what I look for in a film" isn't really a thing for me. I might just want to be entertained by explosions, or I might want to be driven to think and struggle with a plot, or I might just want to cry over something beautiful, depending on my mood. Movies are beautiful in that they have the ability to deliver all of those things, in a single dose, and in a relatively short period of time.
Music's even harder. Here's a simple solution: these are the last 10 bands I rolled to on my iPod in the last couple of days:
The Mars Volta
Protest The Hero
Lamb Of God
My French press.
Good ol' mother nature.