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Living the dream in... wherever I am now, always looking out for fellow travelers
As of right now (June 2013) I finished my second year of teaching in Busan, Korea and I'm currently an unemployed vagabond.
I grew up in a working class suburb of Dallas, Texas. Spent three years in the U.S. Army, then went to Texas State University. I've been a misfit, a rebel and a free thinker since childhood. I've mellowed out a lot, but I still see the world through my own eyes.
Pourquoi je suis sur Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
I got involved in the project while living with friends in Austin. We were leasing a big house and had an extra room, as a result we hosted people a couple of times a month. I had some of my best times in Austin showing surfers around and getting into the many subcultures Austin has to offer.
I have surfed a handful of times and hosted more than 20 times. I really love hosting; the desire to show off what I like about the city I'm living in results in some really amazing weekends.
Photography, bluegrass guitar. I have become obsessed with film photography over the last few months! Please check out my photos http://globalgreg.tumblr.com/
Morceaux de musique, films et livres
There's a lot that could go here. I'll just name a couple of novels that really framed my worldview: Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance, which I read for the first time when I was in high school and have gone back to at least a half dozen times (this book is also what inspired me to start riding motorcycles) and more recently The Story of B, which brought a lot of my questions about the state of industrial civilization into focus. These are exciting times to live in, and that's both a good thing and a bad thing!
Une aventure extraordinaire que j'ai vécue
I'm totally anti-war, and I almost never talk about the three years I spent in the Army, but my year in Iraq was really a defining experience in my life. I saw a lot of the worst that humanity has to offer, and I saw how easy it is to accept it as a part of life. That fake realism that says, "The world sucks and I can't change it, so I'm going to suck, too." I say fuck that. I want to see the best that humanity has to offer. I want to be around people who thrive on positivity.
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I'm really interested in the theory and application of language learning. What works, what doesn't, what are the surprises you come across on the journey to becoming bilingual?