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Keith Killen

Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

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Overview

  • 28 Positive References1 Neutral
  • Fluent in English; learning French, German, Spanish
  • 33, Male
  • Member since 2007
  • trees & coffee
  • i am so smrt
  • From Toronto
  • Profile 60% complete

About Me

CURRENT MISSION

build my record collection? it's November, times are slow

ABOUT ME

You know that mindset, where people believe every photo taken of them removes a piece of their being, essence, or soul? I kind of feel like that happens everytime I rewrite this section. Personal descriptions (much like people!) change, so I regularly feel like I need to update.

PHILOSOPHY

if I'm not back in 5 minutes, be happy for me!

Why I'm on Couchsurfing

HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING

I surfed a couch on the back of a hop-hip pirate ship and survived. I think that counts.

COUCHSURFING EXPERIENCE

History in 10.5 Chapters

Surfing Roy in Prague Caspar in Berlin Magally in Mexico City Vincent in Berlin Andreas in Berlin Christian & Daniela in Berlin Sandra & Michael in Berlin Paraic, Fernelly & Derek in Berlin

Hosting Johnny from New York Kostas from Athens Alex from Bristol Flurin from Bulle Stephan & Vanessa from Mainz Bruno from Guadalajara Arturo from Bogota Samira, Fab, Julien & Agathe from Brussels Klaudyna from Poznan

Interests

-Urban decay & sophisticated beauty. -Quantum mechanics. -La bicyclette -Dissemination of information. -The ideas of Terence & Dennis McKenna. -Shiny things.

One Amazing Thing I've Done

In the Nevada desert I watched a whiteout duststorm come into a funnel, then turn into a straight line with either side of my vision absolutely crystal clear. It held for about 5 seconds, felt like longer.

On the subway in Mexico City, a man got on, spread a blanket covered in broken glass and did back flips onto it until people gave him money.

Recreational riots, Mayday in Berlin.

Camping on the Alaskan Highway; a herd of bison ran through our camp at dawn and I had to climb a tree to avoid tramplation. Is that even a word?

A grizzly bear stole 20$ from me.

I was in an RV, we thought we were driving South into the California desert, but actually we were going North-East; drove almost 100 miles in the wrong direction, wound up on the edge of Crater Lake at 3am.

A blizzard on Canada Day.

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