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I grew up in Basque Country (south west of France) close to the Atlantic ocean, the Pyrenees and the Spanish border.
I'm now working in the French Alpes as a cartographer.
I'm a smiling person, open-minded and respectful.
:::: A SUMMARY OF THE WORLD ::::
The text -> "If we could shrink the Earth's population to a village of precisely 100 people, with all existing human ratios remaining the same, it would look like this:
81 would be from less developed countries with a gross income per capita and year of US$ 3,580, 19 would be from developed countries with a gross income per capita and year of US$ 22,060.
There would be 61 Asians, 12 Europeans, 13 Africans, 9 would be from South America and the Caribbean, and 5 from North America including Canada.
75 would be non-white, while 25 would be white.
60 would mistrust their own government.
No wonder, that the governments mistrust their people.
60 would live within 62 miles of a coastline.
50 would be female, and 50 would be male.
50 would rely in some manner on coastal and marine habitats for food, building sites, transportation, recreation, and waste disposal.
48 would live on less than US $2 a day.
48 would lack access to basic sanitation.
47 would be urban dwellers.
The world's urban areas are expected to surpass rural areas in population around the year 2005
29 would believe in witchcraft.
25 would live in substandard housing or have no home at all.
20 would live on less than US $1 a day.
17 would be under 18 years old.
16 would lack access to safe drinking water.
16 would be unable to read and write.
14 would suffer from malnutrition.
10 would live in least developed countries.
8 would have Internet access from home.
4.5 would be citizens of the United States
1 would be infected with HIV/AIDS.
1 would be near death, and 1 would be near birth.
Only 1 would have a college education.
Half of the entire village's wealth would be in the hands of only 6 people, and most of them would be citizens of the United States.
When one considers our world from such an incredibly compressed perspective, the need for cooperation, tolerance and understanding becomes glaringly apparent."
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Seattle, WA, US
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Victoria, BC, Canada
San Luis Obispo, CA, US
Santa Barbara, CA, US
La Habana, Cuba
Music, Movies, and Books
Movies : One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, 12 Angry Men, Into the Wild, Persepolis, Mary & Max...
Books & Comics : Maus, Las venas abiertas de Latinoamerica, L'utopie ou la mort, Le Monde selon Monsanto, Guns, Germs and Steel.
Music : The Black Keys, Jungle, Vampire Weekend, Kasabian, The Kills, Quantic, Kings of Leon...
Countries I’ve Visited
Belgium, Bolivia, Brazil, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Egypt, Germany, Haiti, Ireland, Italy, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, Nicaragua, Portugal, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In
Argentina, Canada, France, Guatemala, Haiti, Italy, Spain