A myspace OC quiz: "You can be very sarcastic but you're loved by the people who matter. You know just what to say to cheer up your friends."
Seth Cohen :o
I am of the view that such modern heroes are the archetypal formation of our psychic yearning and zeitgeist. This is the classical fusion of Maud Bodkin's theories and Josh Schwartz's representation of popular culture.
We can be heroes
There are a few. Football. Being sarcastic. Compiling the dissertation for my PhD. AIDS recognition campaigning. Philosophising. Writing symphonies. Mooting. Billiards. Hypermodern opening theory in classical chess. Reading. Vacilando. Coffee.
Did i mention i closely follow Swift's satires? Recall A Modest Proposal, & the veracity of half the aforementioned will be revealed to be baseless.
Classical, Popular Culture (acoustic and rock genre), it's divergent deal with it. Also, the non-diegetic soundtrack of Jerry Maguire.
Favourite TV Shows:
OC, How I Met Your Mother and the television (set) that 'shows' the choral voice in Luhrmann's Romeo + Juliet.
Theatrical productions (all experienced live!): Sizwe Bansi is Dead, Les Misérables and West Side Story.
The Fantastic Four (that film was great as well):
1) A Time To Kill
2) The Departed
3) A Walk to Remember
In essence, films that fulfil the comic and tragic modes propounded by Northrop Frye.
Irish Postcolonialism: Yeats, Heaney. English Romanticism: Wordsworth, Coleridge (Lyrical Ballads); Keats (various Odes); Percy Shelley (Hymn to Intellectual Beauty & Mary Shelley's Gothic Frankenstein), Byron (She Walks in Beauty & the eponym 'Byronic Hero'). French Renaissance. German Enlightenment, Humanism & Philosophy. Russian Symbolism & Realism. Metaphysicals, Imagism, Transcendentalism.
"He's not a rough diamond - a pearl-containing oyster of a rustic: He's a fierce, pitiless, wolfish man." Catherine Earnshaw Wuthering Heights Bronte
Arts/Entertainment/Sport & Rec, Legal
Bachelor of Arts (English) / Bachelor of Laws II UNSW