Decent story driven vid-games, Reading, Watching Films and The History/Art of Cinema, Watching interesting Television(more often than not educational),Theater Walking, Running and Martial arts-but in a word : Broad
Neil Gaiman, Terry Pratchett, F.Scott Fitzgerald, JRR Tolkien, HP Lovecraft, A.Conan Doyle and almost any non-fiction. All in all too many to list.
Persepolis Starwars Original Triology, Taken, The Dark Knight, Moulin Rouge!, The Last Samurai, Chaplin, A Scanner Darkly, Ed Wood. A lot of art films and documentaries are also in my tastes
Alternative, Jazz, Sypmphonic metal, classical and neo-classical.
"the task must be made difficult, for only the difficult inspires the noble-hearted"-Soren Kirkegaard
"What shall I say? Everything that I could say would fade into insignificance compared with what my heart feels, and your hearts feel, at this moment"-Pope John Paul II
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Hey everyone,My best friend's fiancée just asked me to build a box for their wedding rings to use in the ceremony. Has anyone here ever made something similar or have any advice? I found a design I like here http://imgur.com/a/7sPww and I have a beautiful piece of bloodwood that I want to use for the top. I've never built anything like this so I'm definitely open for input.See More
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