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Nov. 17th, 2011

Writer's Block: The happiest movies on earth

What is your favorite Disney movie?
Sleeping Beauty is my absolute favourite Disney movie. As a kid I've always loved it, and now as an adult I love it even more.

Jul. 9th, 2011

Writer's Block: My name's Forrest, Forrest Gump

What’s your favorite Tom Hanks movie or character, and why?
You stole my movie! Heh. Without a doubt, Forrest Gump. I've always found it to be an incredibly moving and motivating movie and I think we all could learn a little something from it. He doesn't think he can't do anything, he just goes and does it without much thought to why he couldn't. That mindset I think could do wonders for those who are bogged down by the I can't. For me, it's just one of those movies that makes you feel good, and that's inspiring.

Feb. 15th, 2011

Writer's Block: Snacks, don't fail me now

When you're feeling down, what comfort foods do you enjoy?
I've found from personal experience that it's hard to feel bad if I have a Dr. Pepper and or those Pilsbury cinnamon buns. There's nothing like a cinnamon bun to make you feel better. How can one feel bad when you're full of sweet cinnamon goodness? I feel the same way about a Dr. Pepper. Yes, those are my comfort foods. Oh, and homemade cinnamon cookies.

Dec. 13th, 2010

Writer's Block: Time after time

If you fall in love with a book or movie, do you tend to watch/read it again and again? If so, what's your upper limit on repeats?
It goes in crazy spurts for me. Sometimes if it's a movie I really like I'll watch it once a day, or even a couple times a day just because I can, then it'll taper off and I'll watch it and a new cycle starts.

If it's a book then I can read it once, go on to the next one or a different one and go right back to the first one and do the same thing over again. When I was 13, 14, 15 years old I went through a period of time where I was always reading the first two of the Vampire Chronicles and the first of the Mayfair Witches so much that my teachers recognized it and would ask me, "Reading it again?". I still do that today.

And seeing that we're talking about spurts, let's add music. I'm still going on repeats. Every morning and every night I end my day listening to the same song and have for the last five years or so. So for me, there really is no limit on repeats for anything I do in these cases ^.^ I constantly do it.

Jun. 16th, 2010

Writer's Block: Like a rolling stone

Which musicians of the last two decades have had the most lasting impact on music as we know it today?
Oh, let's see. There's so many. Depeche Mode, The Cure, The Smiths, Joy Division, Radiohead . . . On and on. The list is different for everyone. Martin Gore, Robert Smith and Morrissey are, to me, three amazingly influencial artists.

Jan. 30th, 2010

Writer's Block: Killer tomatoes

What's your favorite cult film of all time, and why? What are the essential ingredients for a cult classic?
The Crow, without a doubt. Everything about the movie is just so beautifully tragic that it demands you listen to what it has to say. I couldn't even begin to describe what makes it so special. It's something you have to find out for yourself. I'd say the essential ingredients for a cult classic would be it has to speak to you, and it has to be memorable but it's different for everyone. My advise? Watch it.

Jan. 2nd, 2010

Writer's Block: I'm with the band

If you could be a member of any musical group, past or present, which group would you choose and why?
DEPECHE MODE. Without a single doubt. Why? Because they're just awesome and I'd love to see them in action. Plus I'd love to have the opportunity to have a conversation with Martin Gore, who is just the greatest. It would be an amazing experience to be part of it.

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