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by PopMatters Staff

26 Mar 2009


1. The latest book or movie that made you cry?
Gran Torino. The sacrifice that Clint Eastwood makes—and his redemption amid the senseless violence—brought a tear to my eye.

2. The fictional character most like you?
Huck Finn. I’ve paddle down any river in search of adventure, even if my boat crashes in the process.

3. The greatest album, ever?
Blood on the Tracks by Bob Dylan. I always loved the record, but I learned the hard way, through heartbreak and despair, just how beautiful it is.

by PopMatters Staff

20 Mar 2009


1. The latest book or movie that made you cry?
Spencer: That’s a tough one. I haven’t read or seen anything that has made cry in a very long time. We need more sentimental material out there.

Jessie: The Apartment with Jack Lemmon and Shirley MacLaine during Christmas break after a break up. It’s a classic, but so sweet and heartfelt.

2. The fictional character most like you?
Spencer: Hands down I am like a young Black Tony Starks from Iron Man.

Jessie: Lydia from Beetlejuice. She’s a bit of a loner. She’s dark with a curiosity for the “other side” and ghosts. Plus all of her clothes are super rad,,,

3. The greatest album, ever?
Spencer: The greatest album off all time for me is A tribe Called Quest’s Midnight Marauders. Changed my life at the age of 12.

Jessie: Tie with White Album by the Beatles and OK Computer by Radiohead. They both embody undeniably amazing songwriting, musicianship and the ability to go outside the box musically. They both have classic tunes that most people know of but they also have those wacked out obscure tracks for the super fans like me. Turn off the lights, sit down with these records and the experience is always amazing. They have been standby’s in my collection that I never tire of.

4. Star Trek or Star Wars?
Spencer: I grew up watching nothing but Star Wars movies. I used to take my mom’s iron hair straightener and pretend it was a light saber. Star Wars all the way.

Jessie: Star Wars. No big reason why, really. I just watched The Empire Strikes Back probably 20 times one summer break. I prefer the older versions. You know, pre-Jar Jar Binks. I hated that thing…

5. Your ideal brain food?
Spencer: My ideal brain food is fish. Because its a proven fact that it is healthy protein for your mind. look it it up its true.

Jessie: Sushi…the whole package…sushi, sake, green tea…I always feel fresh and ready after a good sushi session.

by PopMatters Staff

12 Mar 2009


1. The latest book or movie that made you cry?
Slumdog Millionaire. The Alchemist.

2. The fictional character most like you?
Santiago.

3. The greatest album, ever?
Parallel Lines, Led Zeppelin III.

4. Star Trek or Star Wars?
Star Wars.

5. Your ideal brain food?
Salmon.

6. You’re proud of this accomplishment, but why?
Arranging the strings on my album, Light of X. Because I had the wherewithal to stick with the task even though I wasn’t initially sure I had the ability. That’s always good for one’s self esteem! :)

7. You want to be remembered for…?
Being a great singer, songwriter, and musician.

by Mike Deane

11 Mar 2009


1. The latest book or movie that made you cry?
I’ve Loved You So Long (film)

2. The fictional character most like you?
Carlos Castanada

3. The greatest album, ever?
Bob Dylan’s Blood On The Tracks

4. Star Trek or Star Wars?
Star Wurst.

5. Your ideal brain food?
Sweet Breads.

6. You’re proud of this accomplishment, but why?
Sobriety - Because I have energy - Infinite fucking self love and energy, and I have passed through the ego fire ahhhh!

by PopMatters Staff

4 Mar 2009


1. The latest book or movie that made you cry?
A book called A New Awakening by Eckhart Tolle.

2. The fictional character most like you?
I’m a character myself.

3. The greatest album, ever?
There’s 50 great albums . I listen to something one day and it’s the greatest I ever heard. Then the next day I hear something different I love just as much.

4. Star Trek or Star Wars?
The Twilight Zone.

5. Your ideal brain food?
Emotionally touching events which these days could be just about everything.

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