Jeremy D Brooks
|Location||Las Vegas, NV, United States|
|Introduction||Fiction author and sometimes-journalist with a day job.|
|Interests||writing, reading, acoustic and electric guitar|
|Favorite Movies||Brazil, Fight Club, The Godfather, Gladiator, Edward Scissorhands, Natural Born Killers, The Shining, and the little Lenore shockwave movies that Roman Dirge/Sony made that you can only download from illegal non-U.S. sites.|
|Favorite Music||Mostly everything, except modern country and hip-hop/dance/trance.|
|Favorite Books||Childhood's End, HHGTTG, Dirk Gently, The Gunslinger saga, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, The Road|
Why does the color blue mean raspberry-flavored?
To ensure the optimal flavor and shelf-life of raspberries that will be processed into Kool-Aid or other unnatural forms, it is important that they, while still alive, are held underwater until they can no longer breathe--much like boiling a live shellfish or drawing a confession from a witch. In the process, they turn blue from lack of oxygen.