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Well, I'm a pretty easygoing person, always willing to meet new people who have something to say. That's because I don't talk very much. I'm very happy to mostly just listen, but if you want to hear me out, I'll tell you what I know (mostly about humanist topics or art). I think I possess two good character traits: I'm never late and I never lose my head when I drink.
Since I am currently studying Philosophy at my university, you'd think this would be an easy answer. Personally I think we have a duty to confront social inequality and help those who are marginalized by the sistem. Also I am for a return to a more simple way of living, in an ancestral, "more in touch with nature and my surroundings" kind of way. I try to make the proverbial lemonade out of the truckloads of lemons life has to offer.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
If you're passing by I will happily meet you, show you around, invite you to meal and help you on your way.
none whatsoever... yet.
I like to read a lot of literature, to study philosophy in general. My interest at the moment is in nineteenth century russian writers, anarchist socialism and marxist critique of capitalism. I have a high interest in primitivism and in a living off the land way of life.
Music, Movies, and Books
Movies like Pulp fiction, Fight club, Snatch, From dusk till dawn. I really like movies from the so-bad-its-good genre like The room and Birdemic. And I'm huge fan of Ahnold. I think Terminator 2 might be my favorite of his.
I listen mostly to rock, heavy metal and folk metal.
I tend to read the classics but I'll also try any book that I've been recommended.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
The clear night sky seen from the mountain top. Few things are more amazing.
Teach, Learn, Share
Not much to teach, but I am ready to learn and share in areas like philosophy, politics, history, bushcraft and D.I.Y.
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