Durbin
Durbin35, Wiltshire
"Durbin"
Favourite Book: City of Saints and Madmen by Jeff Vandermeer or Neuromancer by William Gibson
Favourite Song: I Will Lay Down My Bones Among The Rocks and Roots by Wolves In The Throne Room
Favourite Film: Spirited Away or Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
Favourite Quote:

Additional Information

3 things I could not live without:
books, live music, walks in nature
A bit about me...:
I am very into reading books, it's probably the main passion in my life. I love science fiction/fantasy for allowing me to experience things that are not possible in this world. Non-fiction wise I love to read Philosophy, my main areas of interest are anarchist politics, critical animal studies, ecology and buddhist philosophy.

Music wise you can check out my last fm to see what I have been listening to:
http://www.last.fm/user/Phage

I also enjoy playing the odd videogame like Deus Ex, Civilization, Minecraft, Baldurs Gate.

I'm a big geek and love to share these passions with others.
For me the benefits of being vegan/vegetarian are...:
Veganism isn't really for me, it's for the other beings we share the planet with.
Funniest/worst comment I regularly hear about being a veggie/vegan...:
Can vegans eat rice?
If I could be any animal for a day, I would be a... because...:
A duck, they can walk, fly and swim!
My favourite vegan / vegetarian meal is?:
Noodles, spring onions, peas and tofu in peanut satay sauce.
My favourite vegan / vegetarian restaurant is?:
Wildebeest in Falmouth or InSpiral in Camden
My guests (living or dead, actual people or fictional characters) to the ultimate dinner party would include...:
Philip K Dick, Trent Reznor, Giles Deleuze, Peter Kropotkin, Thich Nhat Hanh, Ursula Le Guin.

Quick Details

Body Type: Slim
Diet: vegan
Eye Color: Green
Favourite music: Heavy Metal, Punk
Hair Color: Dark Brown
Hobbies: Cooking, Live Music, Music, Reading, Video Games
Love: Winter
Love less!: Wealth
Style of dress: Jeans & T-shirt
Vegan/Veggie for:: 5 - 10 years
Vegetarian because:: Moral reasons
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