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Succeed in graduate school.
I just got my B.S. in Chemistry from New Mexico State University. I will be attending graduate school at the University of Arizona in Tucson in the fall. I'm 21 years old. I do not enjoy long walks on the beach. I would much rather prefer a long walk through the southwestern United States on a partly cloudy day right before sunset. Actually, forget the long walk. I'd like to be sitting in a chair next to a pretty girl during the aforementioned sunset, drinking wine and listening to smooth jazz. I'm not going to waste my sunsets walking when I could be sitting in a chair next to a pretty girl drinking wine and listening to smooth jazz.
I like to produce music, though I haven't done much in the past year because the last two semesters of college were rather tough. My program of choice is FL Studio (also known as Fruity Loops). I actually have an account on soundcloud where people can listen to my music. I would share the link, but I don't know if couchsurfing has a policy against links on people's profile. Like if it's considered soliciting or something. Even though listening to my music is free. But if you want to listen to my music just email me.
Be nice to everyone, spread tons of positive energy, and work really fucking hard with clear goals. Having clear goals is essential. So many people work incredibly hard without clearly defined goals, and their progress exists as a mere fraction of what it could be. So be friendly, spread good vibes, and work hard towards specific goals. Write them down if you have to. Everything will fall into place from there.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I have not couch surfed yet. I just started my profile, but plan to travel this summer because I just graduated and it's really the last free summer that I'm going to have for awhile.
Chemistry, Computer Science, Physics, Music production, exercise, comedy, education, movies.
- computer science
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
First Friday fractals at the Planetarium in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The seats in the planetarium lean backwards causing the observers (my friends and I) to be facing up towards a large dome shaped screen where they show you incredible fractal patterns for an hour and play amazing music while the soothing voice of the narrator explains the patterns from time to time.
Teach, Learn, Share
Lots of knowledge of chemistry. Some knowledge of computer science. Knowledge of physics.
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