I know that we are supposed to broaden our horizons as we get older but my interests really haven't changed all that much since I was a kid... I still live and die with The Yankees, Jets, Temple Owls and Devils, still wake up to Howard, still laugh at the Three Stooges and have yet to come up with a scenario that isn't better with music playing in the background. I have however added being a good hubby to my wife and dad to my boys to the list. I also believe strongly in "tikkun olam", and think that we are all here to make this world a better place. See those hippy ideals are still in my blood, at least the mullet is gone!
Anything written and/or directed by Lori Elberg, or Seth Kramer, Skidoo, Clerks, The Warriors, Let's Do It Again, Car Wash, Spirit of 76, Over the Edge, Religulous, Murderball, Black Belt Jones, Animal House, Sicko, Welcome to the Dollhouse, We Jam Econo, Trainspotting, Borat, Evil Dead II, Go Further, Strange Brew, Rushmore, Resevoir Dogs, The Big Lebowski, Better off Dead, Annie Hall, I Know I'm Not Alone, Godfather I, II, The Bad News Bears, Slap Shot, The Princess Bride, The Jazz Singer, Charade, Wild in the Streets, Rocky, Trading Places, Pride of the Yankees, Everything is Illuminated, When We Were Kings, Blazing Saddles, Young Frankenstein, The Jerk, The Party
All Time: The Uncle Floyd Show, All in the Family, The Honeymooners, Taxi, Diff'rent Strokes, Chico & the Man, The Wonder Years, The Odd Couple, Good Times, Freaks & Geeks and The Sopranos
Now: Z Rock, Life on Mars, Weeds, 30 Days, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Dr. Who, The Office, Swingtown, South Park, The Boondocks, John Safran vs. G-d, The McLaughlin Group, Democracy Now!, The Daily Show, Countdown with Keith Olbermann, Rachel Maddow
I'm all over the map
How to talk Dirty and Influence People by Lenny Bruce, Tales of Ordinary Madness by Charles Bukowski, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas by Hunter S. Thompson, Portnoy's Complaint by Philip Roth, Breakfast of Champions by Kurt Vonnegut, The Bronx Zoo by Peter Golenbock, The Courage to Survive by Dennis Kucinich, My Life, My Way by Eta Wrobel, The Six Days of Yad-Mordechai by Margaret Larkin, The autobiography of Benjamin Franklin and The Coming of Tan by Riley Martin and O-Qua Tangin Wann. For more, check out my "Visual Bookshelf below".
I prefer to call them hoagies.
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