Ken's egocentricity.

Hi, I'm Ken, and yes, I once went out with a girl named Barbie. And no, I'm not proud of it.

My hobbies include reading, reading comic books, getting hurt, drinking, listening to bad music, pro-wrestling, backyard wrestling, being angry, drinking, hating artistic people, hating all other people, trying to be as vacuous as possible, and...oh, yeah, I dabble in acting and the whole "theatre scene" once in a while. Did I mention I hate artists?

If you SOB's don't like this, remember always that I don't care. By reading this diary, you have already kissed my ass. Why not find something more productive to do with your time, like drinking, or, if you're a Black Beret or an environmentalist, suicide?

My favorite diaries:

mavin profile - diary
comments: I've been remiss lately
lunardwarf profile - diary
comments: Sorry.
jricky profile - diary
comments: Jharick is my favorite honky

My favorite music:

Gin Blossoms
comments: Offically back together and touring! Let the depression roll!
Hank Williams Sr.
comments: I used to wonder how a man could possibly be as profoundly sad as he was. Turns out anyone can get there.
Soul Asylum
comments: Depressing crap, but good drinking music.
Carbon Leaf
comments: Who the hell are these guys?
Johnny Cash
comments: Rest in Peace Johnny. We all want to be the Man in Black.

My favorite movies:

Star Wars
comments: Only classic Star Wars, though. The last two have sucked ass.
Grosse Pointe Blank
comments: Damn but John Cusack is cool. I love nearly all his movies, but this one is my favorite.
The Bicycle Theif
comments: Amazing how a simple misfortune can totally ruin a man's life. Nearly a perfect film.
comments: You can't fight your true nature...
comments: Is this comes as a suprise to you, you don't know me very well.

My favorite authors:

Stan Lee
comments: They call him the man for a reason, kids.
Sam Shepard
comments: High art by a guy who isn't completely full of shit. Who would have thought?
T.S. Eliot
comments: "Time to prepare a face to meet the faces that you meet." is the greatest line of poetry ever written.
More than they'll let me list.
comments: Nick Hornby, Michael Chabon, Brendan Behan, Raymond Chandler, Lawrence Block, Mick Foley, C.S. Lewis, Ernest Hemingway, Ron Rindo, John Irving, Frank Miller, J.D. Salinger, Lewis Carroll, Arthur Miller, Joseph Heller, Norton Juster, Timothy Zahn, Edward A
comments: It's actually a law somewhere that actors have to love Shakespeare.

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