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  • 29, Male
  • Member since 2013
  • Rambling Nomad
  • University edjumacated
  • From Ottawa, Ontario. Canada
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About Me


Survive the Bieber holocaust.


I live in Montreal. Like everyone here and there mother, I'm a student/musician/writer/philosopher/whatever it depends on the weather.

I study political philosophy, and I'm planning on pursuing my masters in January.

So far as music go, I produce hip hop beats and I MC, you know about the shit I know, like exams, papers, and shit, fuck you got to keep it real.

My philosophy is varied, but my political orientation is that of an anarchist adhering to the collectivist/communist stream of thought.

I would further describe myself as having a laid back disposition, more often then not my days mission revolves around finding a relaxed position to smoke, joke and provoke thought with mes proches.


I feel like I've already answered this question...

Why I’m on Couchsurfing


At the moment I am a leech, which is to denote that I don't have a couch to offer, but in a about a months time I will be moving apartments to the rebel neighborhood of Hoshelaga, east side Montreal, and my roommates and I will be hosting then.


I've yet to surf of couch, but I've been told this is the poor man's way to travel and meet interesting people.


I'm a literature buff, I love to read in general, these days I'm mostly reading texts that pertain to the social sciences, because I write about things pertaining to the social sciences. But I still love literature. Bukowski is boss.

Hip hop is the love of my life, I've been a b boy since I was 16, and I consider hip hop more than just music, it's a culture and a way of life, Wildstyle forever!

Activism also preoccupies a great deal of my time, here in Montreal (in case you don't know) we have a very strong anti-capitalist movement, which recently found mass expression during the student strike, a strike that forced the presiding government at the time to call an election, which ushered in another shitty government. La lutte continue...

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  • music
  • philosophy
  • social science

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