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Home Entertainment - Q Magazine, January 2005

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Title: Home Entertainment
Publication: Q Magazine
Date: January 2005



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Living the perfect day the couch potato way.

Morning: I like to have my coffee and cigarettes, and then put the TV on for Bill O'Reilly on Fox News. That gets my blood pumping. O'Reilly is one of the most offensive journalists out there, but he's funny. I've been listening to The Walkman's Bows + Arrows a lot in the last six months. It's a great morning album.

Noon: I like to go to this café near me which has a little hidden table. I never see anybody in there and they don't see me. I'm reading The Chrysanthemum And The Sword by Ruth Benedict at the moment. It's a study conducted by the Americans, post-World War II, to help them understand Japanese society. It's weird reading it - there's the innocence of somebody realising that there's a world beyond their doorstep, but there's an intellectual arrogance at work as well.

Night: I'm becoming quite a Yankophile in terms of TV, because I'll watch any reruns of The West Wing or The Sopranos. If I listen to music, I'd probably put on 154 by Wire. It's a fucking miserable album but it's brilliant at night, because you feel cloaked in darkness, but secure from everything,