Here is my current Christmas wish list, updated as of November, 2009. It's still a work in progress. These are in no particular order. I've organized them by type, though. Also, look at my interests below for more ideas. A book from any of the comics listed there would be really nice, although check my list of books I already own at the bottom.
QUICK SUGGESTION: If you buy online, go through GoodShop and a portion of the sale will be donated to my church. This link should automatically fill in our charity ID. If not, we're Destiny Church in Joplin, MO. Some top shops you can use Goodshop with include Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, Wal-Mart.com, BestBuy.com, and Target.com. All of the following links to Amazon.com are my affiliate links, so using them will give me a portion of the sale.
Favorite candy: Anything chocolate. No nuts. Peanut butter's good in there, though.
Book: Harry, A History. A book about the phenomenon that Harry Potter created, along with an interview with J.K. Rowling about the fandom. Available at Target, as well.
Book: Who Censored Roger Rabbit? It's the book that inspired the movie, but it's about comic strip characters instead of animated characters. They speak using word balloons, which can be manipulated. It sounds like an interesting read to me. Hard to find.
If you're considering getting something for my computer, I run Windows Vista 64-bit with an ATI Radeon HD 32 graphics card w/ 1918MB total graphics memory. 4GB of RAM. Processor is an AMD Turion X2 dual-core Mobile RM-72 at 2.10 GHz. I already have 2 flash(keychain) drives and an MP3 player, so no need for more(unless it's a new iPod Nano). I have broadband internet, which is very nice.
While clothes are discouraged since it's hard to guess somebody's taste in clothing, if you KNOW I'd like a certain shirt, I wear L-XL. I'm tired of my current clothes, but I'm afraid of what anybody else might choose for me.
Here is the current list of my DVDs. You might get some ideas from this list, and you can know if I already have the DVD. I'll rate some of them on a scale of 1-3 stars. I don't feel like rating them all. Here's the list: Lion King 1, 2, and 1½ (Got the box set) [***] Animaniacs Volume 1 [***] Spider-Man the new animated series(played on MTV) Classic Comedy Laugh Pack(4 classic movies, including Africa Screams, by Abbot & Costello) [**] Carlie Chaplin in THE KID & Tillie's Punctured Romance(2 movies) [**] Buster Keaton in The General & Steamboat Bill Jr.(2 movies, don't think I've watched them yet) This came in a boxed set with the Charlie Chaplin DVD. Classic Cartoons Volumes 1&2(one set by Brentwood Home Video, has 60 cartoons) Father Of The Pride, the complete series [***] Monkeybone [***] Cowboy Bebop: Knockin' on Heaven's Door(Japanese import, would like English version too) [***] Michael Jackson: Video Greatest Hits [***] Batman the Movie(The one with ADAM WEST) Mickey Mouse in Black And White(volume 1) [***] Mickey Mouse in Black And White(volume 2) [***] Wonder Toons Volume 1 Weird Al Yankovic: The Videos (old, discontinued version with no special features) Weird Al Yankovic: LIVE! [***] UHF (Weird Al's classic movie) [***] Bozo The Clown, shows 4-5-6 [*] Kung Pow! Enter The Fist [***] Felix The Cat: Woos Whoopee($1) [***] Harry Potter... well, all the movies so far[***]
Here's my current list of Nintendo GameCube games: Sonic Adventure 2 Super Smash Bros.: Melee Cel Damage Starfox Adventures Tony Hawk's American Wasteland (yes, that's all, I don't play games often.)
Here's the current list of books I have filled with comics: Luann 4 Seriously... Dilbert "Freedom's just another word for people finding out you're useless" Giles Cartoons 2001 100 Years of Comic Strips The Calvin and Hobbes Tenth Anniversary Book How To Make Webcomics