I'm originally from the Cayman Islands and am currently attending
University of Waterloo. Recently out to a few friends and family
members. I enjoy reading, taking long walks (beach optional), the
internet (which provides wonderful sites like these :P) and video
games. I don't go out often, but enjoy hanging out with friends.
What I’m doing with my life
I didn't attend college after high school, so I decided to go back
part time in 2008 to my local university to pursue a two-year
degree. There, I found I enjoyed my Physics electricity classes so
I applied to uWaterloo's Electrical Engineering program after I
completed my studies back home and here I am! Currently in Ottawa
on my co-op work term until the end of April.
The first things people usually notice about me
People usually say I'm very polite and soft-spoken.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Books: Ender's Game, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Lord of the
Rings, Accelerando (look it up!). Also, the online fanfic Harry
Potter and the Methods of Rationality (yeah, I know, but it's
seriously good :P)
Movies: I'm not a big enough movie buff that I have favourites, but
I do enjoy most of the recent superhero movies. Also, Lord of the
Music: Most anything, though I tend to prefer trance, drum and bass
and other electronic dance music (even though I can't dance :P).
Power and symphonic metal. A friend of mine has addicted me to
Coldplay's Charlie Brown as well :P
Food: Spicy food. Love Indian food. And Caribbean food, natch. I
miss stew turtle
The six things I could never do without
1. Tech. Yeah, addicted to my computer and cellphone.
2. Soap, shaving cream, etc. Hate feeling dirty and unkempt.
3. Uh, food I guess? Would think that applies to everyone...
4. Warm clothes. Seriously, Canada's already too cold for me and
it's only September.
5. I would say my car back home, but I'm pretty used to doing
without it now. Still would be nice to have one...
6. Earphones. I prefer private music listening.
On a typical Friday night I am
At home. Yeah, I'm boring.