In the meantime, a bandwagon quiz! A bit late, but it's the thought that counts.
10 current favorite songs
1. Frank Black, "Whiskey In Your Shoes"
2. Crispin Glover, "Clowny Clown Clown"
3. Pixies, "Down To the Well"
4. They Might Be Giants, "Sleeping In the Flowers"
5. Gustav Holst, "Uranus, the Magician"
6. Mono Puff, "Back Stabbing Liar"
7. Peter Schilling, "(Let's Play) U.S.A."
8. John Wesley Harding, "Goth Girl"
9. R.E.M., "These Days"
10. Guadalcanal Diary, "Watusi Rodeo"
9 all- time favorite movies
2. South Park: Bigger, Longer, Uncut
3. Bowling for Columbine
4. Metropolis (the Rintaro one, not the Fritz Lang one)
5. Reservoir Dogs
6. Office Space
7. The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai
8 all-time favorite TV shows
1. Twin Peaks
2. Monty Python's Flying Circus
3. Iron Chef
4. Vision of Escaflowne (what? Whaaat?!? It counts!!)
5. I Love The 80's
6. Pop-Up Video
7. G.I. Joe (hey, this is all-time, yeah?)
8. Red Dwarf
7 current favorite CDs
1. Frank Black, Teenager of the Year
2. They Might Be Giants, John Henry
3. Pixies, Live at the BBC
4. Guadalcanal Diary, Jamboree
5. Mono Puff, It's Fun to Steal
6. Peter Schilling, The Different Story: World of Lust and Crime
7. Man or Astro-Man?, Project Infinity
6 favorite places to visit
1. New Castle, DE
2. Omaha, NE
3. Detroit area, MI
4. Chicago, IL
5. um...Crane River Brewpub & Cafe, Lincoln, NE, I guess...
6. O'Rourke's Tavern, Lincoln, NE
5 boys that rock your socks
1. Jude Law
2. (oh, what, this was supposed to be for people I know personally? maaan...) Roy
4. Matt P.
5 girls that rock your socks
4. [Bad username: gerriwritingblog]
4 things you absolutely can't live without
1. My guitar
2. My CD collection
3. My computer (w/internet connection)
3 favorite beverages
1. Leinenkugel's Red
2 all-time favorite books
1. (what, only two? What kinda fucked-up priorities are these?? Ray Bradbury was right, goddamn it...) um... Edgar Allan Poe, The Tales of Edgar Allan Poe (maybe it's my latent Gothiness coming out, but the man could write. And he was funnier than fuck too--which is something your stick-up-the-ass high school English teachers would never tell you...)
2. Paul Fussell, Wartime: Culture and Understanding in the Second World War. The Recent Unpleasantness in Iraq shows us just how deeply we have forgotten the lessons of WW2--or, more precisely, how Stephen Ambrose and the sentimentalist fuckers were able to hijack these lessons to their own ends. This book sets the record straight. This will be the only overtly political statement in this entry.
1 item you never leave home without
1. My wallet