Ginger Eades

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Gender FEMALE
Industry Non-Profit
Occupation Having a memory as evanescent as ripples in water
Location Nashvegas, Tennessee, United States
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Introduction I am sociable, outgoing, quite extroverted, misanthropic at times yet other times quite philanthropic. I tend to contradict myself, wear a peculiar countenance from lack of sleep, despise insipid conversations, I get on my own nerves, spell like a fifth grader, use my diagnosis of florid ADHD as an excuse for the loquacious tendencies I can't seem to control. I was born with red hair, I still have red hair. I have an opened mind with a critical eye. I am deeply affected by art and pathos. I have a pernicious suspicion toward bigots. I do not sing in the shower. I am sometimes goofy, serious, satirical, sometimes silly and extroverted but rarely do I possess the temperament of a potato.
Interests Reading cereal boxes as a trilogy.
Favorite Movies * Le Retour la raison (The Return to Reason) Directed by Man Ray France 1923 * Lot in Sodom Directed by Watson and Webber US 1933 * Emak-Bakia (Leave Me Alone) Directed by Man Ray France 1926 * Brumes d'Automne (Autumn Mists) Directed by Dimitri Kirsanoff France 1928 * L' toile de mer (The Starfish) Directed by Man Ray France 1928 * Les Myst res du Ch teau du D Directed by Man Ray France 1929 * Rhythmus 21 (Film Is Rhythm) Directed by Hans Richter Germany 1921 * Vormittagsspuk (Ghosts before Breakfast) Directed by Hans Richter Germany 1928 * Ballet M Canique Directed by Fernand L ger France 1924 * Symphonie Diagonale (Diagonal Symphony) Directed by Viking Eggeling Germany 1924 * Le Vampire Directed by Jean Painlev France 1939-45 * The Hearts of Age Directed by Welles and Vance US 1934 * Berfall (Assault) Directed by Ern Metzner Germany 1928 * La Glace trois Faces (The Three-Sided Mirror) Directed by Jean Epstein France 1927 * Le Tempestaire (The Tempest) Directed by Jean Epstein France 1947 * Romance Sentimentale (Sentimental Romance) Directed by Eisenstein and Alexandrov France 1930 * Autumn Fire Directed by Herman G. Weinberg US 1931 * Manhattan Directed by Paul Strand and Charles Sheeler US 1921 * La Coquille et le Clergyman Directed by Germaine Dulac France 1926 * Regen (Rain) Directed by Joris Ivens Netherlands 1929.
Favorite Music Arcadian, Andrew Bird, Atari Teenage Riot, Bad Brains, Big Black, Big Star, Bill Laswell, Billy Bragg, Black Flag, Blind Idiot God, Brian Eno, Brian Wilson, Bush Tetras, Butthole Surfers, Cabaret Volataire, Charles Mingus, Charlie Parker, D. A. F., DNA, Dos, Daft Punk, Damien Rice, Daniel Johnston, David Bowie, Dinosaur Jr., Einsturzende Neubauten, Ella Fitzgerald, Elliot Smith, Fairport Convention, Faith No More, fIREHOSE, Foo Fighters, Gang of Four, Glen Branca, Grant Hart, Guided By Voices, Guy Clark, Henry Flynt, House of Freaks, Husker Du, Iggy Pop & the Stooges, Interpol, J Mascis and the Fog, Jawbreaker, James Carr, James Chance & the Contortions, Jarvis Cocker, Jeff Buckley, Jerry Cantrell, Jesus and Mary Chain, Joe Jackson, John Coltrane, John Cage, John Cale, Joy Division, Jurassic 5, Kathleen Haskard, King Crimson, Lamb Chop, Leonard Cohen, Luna, Lydia Lunch, Mars, MC5, Meat Puppets, Mercury Rev, Mezz Mezzrow, Mike Watt, Miles Davis, Minor Threat, Misfits, Mojave 3, Morphine, Mudhoney, Nels Cline, New York Dolls, New Order, Nick Drake, Nico, Nustrah Fateh Ali Kahn, Patti Smith, Pavement, Pere Ubu, Philadelphia Experiment, Prurient, Public Image Ltd., Pulp, Rhys Chatham, R.L. Burnside, Social Distortion, Sonic Youth, Sleater-Kinney, Spiritualized, Teenage Jesus & the Jerks, Teenage Fanclub, Theoretical Girls, THE GO TEAM, The Cramps, The Clash, The Jam, The Minutemen, The Addicts, The Damned, The Ramones, The Residents, The Static, The Velvet Underground, The Vomit Spots, Throbbing Gristle, Throwing Muses, Thurston Moore, truCulentEnigma, Tom Waits, Will Kimbrough, Yeah Yeah Yeah's
Favorite Books "The Phillip K. Dick Reader;" "Lipstick Traces;" "Neuromancer" "Really the Blues" "You Can't Win" Authors: Charles Plymell, Walt Whitman, Charles Baudelaire, Rimbaud, Verlaine, Thich Nhat Hanh, Thomas Henry Huxley, Rilke, Rumi, Nikos Kazantzakis, Ralph Ellison, Eugene Ionesco, James Agee, Henry Miller, Camille Paglia: "Sexual Personae: Art and Decadence from Nefertiti to Emily Dickinson"; Sir Richard Burton: Kasidah of Haji Abdu El-Yezdi, Albert Camus, Lao Tsu: Tao te Ching, "The Portable Beat Reader;" Heraclitus, "Poetics of Space" by Gaston Bachelard, Burges, Herman Hesse, Joseph Campbell, Flaubert, Nabokov; "Whores and Other Feminists, " "Vamps and Tramps, " "Liberating Every Day Genius", "They Have a Word for It, " (lexicon): Howard Rheingold, "As Nature Made Him": John Calapinto; Faulkner's following: "A Light in August, " "As I Lay Dying, " "The Sound and Fury"; Wisconsin Death Trip, "These Demented Lands;" "Plays Well With Others;" the Existentialist writings of Heidegger, Sartre, Rimbaud; Simone de Bouvoir, The Bhagavad Gita (trans. by Stephen Mitchell), "Many Lives, Many Masters;" "Jabberwacky;" "The Walrus and the Carpenter;" Pablo Neruda; Austin Spare; Dion Fortune; Eugene Grosche; Madame Blavatsky; Gerald Massey; "The Phenomenology of Perception, " Laurence Sterne: Tristam Shandy; Thomas de Quincey; Lope de Vega and Calderon de la Barca (Spanish dramatists); Oswald Spengler; Herman Melville; Chandler Brosard; G. Mandel: "Flee The Angry Stranger;" Richard Bass; Knut Hamsun: "Hunger"; Sartre: "Nausea;" Eugene Ionesco; Claude Pelieu; William S. Burroughs; A.D. Winans; "Iris Murdoch: "The Black Prince;" Phillip Roth; Andre Gide: "Immoralist"; Noam Chomsky; Chekhov; Lautremont: Maldorar; Milan Kundera: "Unbearable Lightness of Being;" Cholderlos de Laclos: Les Liasons Dangerous; Patrick O'Brian: Desolation Isle; the epic poetry of Anna Akhmatora; Larry Brown: "Joe"; "Dirty Work"; Ivan Klina; Elmore Leonard: Rum Punch; "An Underground Education." The PDR.