ruby42

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Gender FEMALE
Industry Arts
Occupation Cross Stitch Ninja
Location LA, United States
Introduction I say dirty words. I then cross stitch those dirty words. I look at dirty pictures. I then embroider those dirty pictures. Sometimes I add dirty words to the dirty pictures. I like pop rocks.
Interests I like some stuff, but there is other stuff that I don't like.
Favorite Movies Hangover, Big Lebowski, Stepbrothers, Talledega Nights, Superbad, The Little Girl Who Lived Down The Lane, Foxes, Amelie, Badlands, V for Vendetta, The Stupids(!), Brokeback Mountain, Serenity, Napoleon Dynamite, Mystic River, The Incident, Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, Shawshank Redemption, American Splendor, Constantine, Labyrinth, Reservoir Dogs, L.O.T.R., Silence of the Lambs, The Bad Seed (the original), Charlie Chan flix, Kevin Smith films (except Gigli. Dude if you needed the cash that bad, you could have just asked), Any Sidney Poitier, Marilyn Monroe stuff, I love old films and films with lots of dialogue. Splendor in the Grass, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Logan's Run, Soylent Green, Patch of Blue, Who's afraid of Virginia Wolfe, Butterfield 8, The Original Planet of The Apes Movies, Gritty human emotion stuff gets me everytime. NO CHICK FLIX. Romance and smoochy pet movies are a no no, too. Oh, and for some reason I can watch Daredevil over and over and over again. I don't know why. Oh, and if Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly are in it, count me in. I love those fucking guys.
Favorite Music The Donnas, Dave Matthews Band, Incubus, Johnny Cash, The Carpenters, Peaches, Mickey Avalon, Jane Monheit, Michael Penn, Ben Folds Five, Maroon 5, Nirvana, Hole, Foo Fighters, Indigo Girls, Josh Groban, Ella Fitzgerald, Iggy Pop, Nora Jones, Fleetwood Mac, Limp Bizkit, Bob Dylan, Old Cool Jazz Singers, Swing/ Big Band, Sinatra, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Tom Jones, Bob Marley, Broadway Tunes. I like a pretty diverse mix.... Not big on rap, or ska, or pop diva crap, or club mixes
Favorite Books Michael Connelly, Dennis Lehane, Janet Evanovich, Christopher Moore, Andrew Vachss, Sue Grafton, Robert Crais, Michael Robotham, James Ellroy, Karin Slaughter, Patricia Cornwell, Tim Cockey, Ayelet Waldman, Sarah Strohmeyer, The french translated novel "I Who Have Never Known Men", "To Kill a Mockingbird", "Of Mice and Men", ....... Michael Robotham's "Suspect" is one on the finest debut novels ever written. I love gritty crime novels that leave you breathless and shaken. I first read Dennis Lehane about 10 years ago, before anyone had ever heard of him, when I was working in a bookstore. I was so impressed by his work. He is the first writer I can remember who wrote a story that I could not predict the outcome of in advance.