I've seen and heard some amazing stuff lately, like Michael Powell's Peeping Tom, a starkly unique, misunderstood thriller than ruined the man's career but proved way ahead-of-its-time: it's now fascinating both as a record of postwar, pre-swingin' London and as a key (albeit creepy) influence on American auteurs of the following decades (most notably Scorsese).

However, I admit, I'm too lazy to post a more-substantial-than-that film or music review at the moment, so I swiped the following from kottke.org. And, I added a new category (vague hint: it's not the last one).

Four jobs I've had:

1. Ice Cream Scooper at Baskin Robbins
2. Busboy for chain buffet restaurant
3. Sales Associate for auto parts and supply store (!)
4. Desk Receptionist for graduate student housing

Four movies I can watch over and over:

1. The Royal Tenenbaums
2. Mulholland Drive
3. Vertigo
4. Harold and Maude

Four albums I can listen to over and over:

1. Ivy, Apartment Life
2. Saint Etienne, Tales From Turnpike House
3. Kate Bush, Aerial
4. Brian Eno, Before and After Science

Four places I've lived:

1. Milwaukee, WI (South Side)
2. Lower Allston, MA
3. Watertown, MA
4. Jamaica Plain, MA

Four TV shows I love:

1. Arrested Development
2. Gilmore Girls
3. Six Feet Under
4. Wonderfalls

Four highly regarded and recommended TV shows that I've never watched a single minute of:

1. 24
2. Prison Break
3. Alias
4. House

Four places I've vacationed:

1. Minocqua, WI
2. San Diego, CA
3. Toronto, ON
4. Savannah, GA

Four of my favorite dishes:

1. Just about any flavor of ice cream
2. Chili (meat or vegetarian)
3. Cinnamon-sugar breakfast muffins
4. Jambalaya

Four sites I visit daily:

1. Lileks.com
2. IMDb.com
3. Slate.com
4. Weather.com

Four places I would rather be right now:

1. Biking the Minuteman Trail
2. The Oriental Theatre in Milwaukee
3. Sunset Cliffs in San Diego
4. Rummaging through any used CD store