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|Location||the sticks, New Jersey, United States|
|Introduction||upon futher consideration: DELETED because 1200 characters isn't even CLOSE to being enough space... that, in of itself should say something.|
|Interests||TRAVELING, reading, self discovery, conversation for the sake of itself, silence, random bits of knowledge, asturias, asturies, music, organic gardening, geneology, korean historical dramas, cultural anthropology, ethnic food, comida asturiana, boardgames so i can whoop your ass, gabriel byrne, choi su jong, asperger syndrome, digital photography, nature, outdoors, conservation, habitat for humanity, providing affordable housing for people who otherwise can't afford it, social justice, social democracy, socialized healthcare, (i'm a pinko and proud of it), learning new languages, reconciling my humanity with my desire to be Christ-like|
|Favorite Movies||creator, anything by pedro almodovar, todo sobre de mi madre, all about my mother, dae jo yeong, vanilla sky, napoleon dynamite, once were warriors, nacho libre, LOTR, happy accidents, royal tennenbaums, little women, (winona ryder version)|
|Favorite Music||llan de cubel, felpeyu, celtas cortos, huun huur tu, jamiroquai, nora jones, edie brickell, the toasters, U2, amy grant, anoushka shankar, the talking heads, bob marley, tori amos, prince, NIN, diego el cigala, estrella morente, vicente amigo, camarón, josé mercé, andrews sisters, perry como, nat king cole, gazpacho andalu, animus, buena vista social club, rage against the machine, the cure, alice in chains, gwen stefani, polka, swing, big band, jazz, crooners, dixieland, rock, alternative, zydeco, metal, industrial, bluegrass, punk, ska, middle eastern, world music, classical|
|Favorite Books||driving over lemons, anne of green gables, seven years in tibet, the piano tuner, the vampire armand, pictures in my head, (by gabriel byrne), three sisters island trilogy, the handmaid's tale, the power of a praying parent|
How do you pronounce the 'g' in bologna?
depends on who i'm talking to. most of the time i would say: bah LOH nee. however, to an italian person i would probably say: bo LOH nya. but who the hell eats that nasty shit anyway. why do you ask?