This page will list my favorites in several categories. I could and would write about all of them, but for brevity's sake, I will only add a little spiel about the top spot.

Favorite Music:

DEVO - I have been into DEVO for a long time, and I think my appreciation of them has only increased over time. The music is varied, dorky, catchy, and fantastic. The costumes are absurd and eye-catching. The live performances are tight as hell. Their message is... well it's mixed. I inevitably will dedicate a decent portion of this site to my DEVO opinions. But they make me think a lot, which I appreciate.

Lemon Demon

They Might Be Giants

Weird Al



Favorite Games:

Harvester (PC) - Something I've said for a long time is that my favorite thing in any given category is not necessarily the best; more often, it's the one I want the most for other people to see. Harvester is exactly that. It's a weird as fuck game, it comes with a couple dozen content warnings, it straddles the line between preachy and irreverent, it has a conclusion that somehow wraps up every plot hole while also intentionally introducing a couple more, it's purposefully offensive to the point of being harmless. Damn, I need a section to talk about Harvester too.

Um Jammer Lammy (and Parappa the Rapper) (PS1)

Red Dead Redemption 2 (PC)

Half-Life (and Black Mesa) (PC)

Max Payne (PC)

The Urbz: Sims in the City (DS)

Metroid Dread (Switch)

Punch-Out!! (Wii)

Left 4 Dead 2 (PC)

Favorite Movies:

Who Framed Roger Rabbit? - Unlike the other categories, Who Framed Roger Rabbit? is just a movie I think is just immaculate. Of every movie I've ever seen, it knows the most what it wants to be, and it achieves its desired goal better than any other movie ever made. As much as I love media that doesn't quite reach its goals and leaves something to be desired, I equally as much love media that is extremely tight and controlled, never losing sight of its intentions. Who Framed Roger Rabbit? has astronomical intentions, a movie in which animated characters have to believably interact with live-action actors, and it pulls it off without a god damn hitch. Incredible.

Blade Runner

O Brother, Where Art Thou?

The Matrix

Little Shop of Horrors

Princess Mononoke

The Bad Guys

The Blues Brothers

Favorite TV Shows:

M*A*S*H - This one is difficult to talk about, and not just because the name is hard to type quickly. M*A*S*H is a show unlike most others of its time, and unlike most others that have come out since. Its characters are very identifiable and still varied, and every actor in the show is rock solid. The setting of a military hospital in the Korean War provides a bizarre sense of comfort and familiarity alongside urgency and tension. The dialogue is phenomenal, characters are always sneaking references and jokes with such satisfying rhythm. Man, I just wanna watch more M*A*S*H now.

Gravity Falls

Avatar: The Last Airbender

Golden Girls

King of the Hill

Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood

Whose Line Is It Anyway?

Other Interests:

Computers (retro and micro)


Game Design

Music Production

Video Editing

Voice Acting

Escape Rooms