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    TV: I never watch tv.

    Books: Only non-fiction, mostly technical books.

    Music: I absolutely love trashy dance, euro-pop, eurotrash, manele, anything which is considered as very cheap and bad taste but that has a catchy melody and rythm (of course, I also like more tasteful types of music, but everybody is surprised by the fact that I also enjoy the very pop part).
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    I haven't watched TV in years, so no sitcoms... I do watch movies occasionally, but it's more than just watching the movie. I like to think about and appreciate what it took to create it, and focus on and find amusement in the pieces that make up the whole. There are so many moments in a great movie to think about and notice.

    Recently, I thought Grindhouse was uniquely entertaining. This was a movie made simply because those involved love making movies. There is nothing redeeming or meaningful in this film. It's simply a movie, full if cheese and cliches just for the sake of it. On the other hand, watching Amlie was like looking at slide film on a light table. The colors were brilliant and intentional and the story made me want to challenge someone to fall in love with me. Coen brothers, Kubrick, Gilliam, etc... Brilliant!

    Mostly though, I suppose I'd prefer to listening to Dylan in the dark while I plot and plan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nihilen View Post
    Even Celine Dion ?
    It has to fit the atmosphere when played :p Same goes for every other music.

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    I like Sci-fi the best as a genre, but I don't read/watch it exclusively. I love things that go into a "what if" scenario like the Twilight Zone and X-files.

    If I watch sitcoms, they have to be really smart ones or really unique ones. I hate the sitcoms that are about the typical American family, like Yes, dear or Everybody Loves Raymond. Ewww. I like Arrested Development, occasional eps of The Office...

    I hate, hate, hate, hate reality TV. A LOT. It's one of the worst forms of entertainment imaginable. All about people getting emotional and stabbing each other in the back... Oh, I also hate gratuitous documentaries. You know, pop documentaries. The history of the Coca Cola bottle or just about anything on the history channel (it's usually WWII stuff, anyway).

    For movies, I like horror, suspense, and thriller/action flicks. I abhor romantic/comedies. Indie comedies are great, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jwill View Post
    Everybody Loves Raymond
    I have no idea why this show is supposed to be a comedy. I feel sad/mildly depressed while watching it.

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    ^^ that's funny...it is kinda sad haha
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    Haha you NTs have much more of a stomach toward stuff like horror and shockers, my INTP friend took me to see saw 3 and I literally ran out in the first 15 minutes. It was horrible and I had nightmares about it. :sad:
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    Haha you NTs have much more of a stomach toward stuff like horror and shockers, my INTP friend took me to see saw 3 and I literally ran out in the first 15 minutes. It was horrible and I had nightmares about it. :sad:
    *whispers in the kitties ear*

    It's not actually real.

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    ^^ i can't watch much of it anymore either black cat person...i have nightmares too...i hate it.
    There can’t be any large-scale revolution until there’s a personal revolution, on an individual level. It’s got to happen inside first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by A Schnitzel View Post
    *whispers in the kitties ear*

    It's not actually real.
    I know it isn't real... But it looks sooooo real.

    I walked out when that chick had those metal things in her ribs and had to get the key out of acid. It was just a bit too brutal for me. The sizzle of her skin... *shiver*
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