I could make a list of all the movies you should see or a list of my favorite movies but I suspect that most of them you’ve already heard of. Moves like Terminator 2, Aliens , The Matrix or Blade Runner etc.
So, this list is a list of movies I suspect many people may have missed. Enjoy
Here’s a list of things I would like. Sooner or later I’ll probably get them for myself but if you want to get me something here are some ideas.
Amazon.com keeps a wish list for me for things they sell. Click HERE to see the current list.
I also keep one at Japan’s Amazon.com which has things I can’t get other places and also at France’s Amazon.com as well!!
Gadgets and stuff I think would be fun to have from Thinkgeek.com
About a year and a half ago I bought my first color printer. It was an Epson PM-770C which is I believe the Japanese model of the Epson 750. The Epson 750 is the "photo" model that uses 6 inks. 5 colors + black.
Pizzicato Five is has been my favorite band for the past 4 or 5 years since I first heard them on Live 105 when I was living in the San Fransisco Bay Area.
Nikon Super Coolscan LS-2000
I bought this scanner to scan 5000 old family slides all taken before 1984.
It’s not a bad scanner but there have been a couple of disappointments. Read more…
LA Matchmaker.com is another internet dating service. One of the things I liked about it is their questionare. Unlike Match.com which pretty much leaves it up to you, Matchmaker.com asked quite a few questions. Filling them all out can be alot of work but I think it makes it easier to come up with things to say.
I’m Gregg. Some people call me Greggman. (dating info)
I make video games for a living. I’ve been doing it since 1982.
For fun I like to hang out with friends.
My interests are of course video games and computers but also I love movies, dinning, travel and shopping.
My most recent interest is learning Japanese. I’m not sure why I’m learning it but I just want to. It’s a very cool feeling to be able to understand another language. I am fortunate enough to be able to afford a two bedroom apartment and so last Summer I got the idea that I should consider letting Japanese people use my second room in exchange for helping me practice my Japanese. I asked a few friends in Japan if they knew anybody who would want to use the room for a few weeks during a trip to the USA. They said that maybe some of their friends might like to do that but nothing ever happened.
Then, one day, our office manager saw an ad in the Pennysaver. It said something like "Japanese students will trade housework for room." We called the number and a few days later some guy called and asked about the room. I didn’t need anybody to do housework so I told him the deal was he just needed to help me practice my Japanese. His name was ‘Yasunori’ and he stayed from September 27th 1996 to January 6th 1997.
While he was here I found out that there are quite a few schools here in So.Cal that specialize in teaching English to Japanese students. Many of the students come over and trade housework for a room while they attend the school. I met several of his school friends and after he left, two of them asked if they could share the room. They have since moved in and they say they will be here until November.
There names are Rieko Takamatsu (25) and Yukiko Ogata (22).
They get around quite a bit. The last week in March they both went to Brazil.
Look at my jetsetting roommates.