I am a closet nerd, but I guess I don't do a good job of hiding it if that's how I'm opening my profile. I'm a full time student studying Geology, Environmental Science, and Economics . One of my dreams is to own some amazingly awesome canoe rental bar&grill place. Plus it goes well with my top dream of being a published author. Then if that doesn't happen having a career where my office is outside still sounds absolutely amazing. I can be alittle too easy going, it has it's benefits and hindrances but it is probably one of my most notable traits. Along with the fact I always smile and am very goofy. The most important thing to me is kindness and empathy. Humanity just lacks a respect for their fellow man nowadays and I find it very bothering.
I am a big outdoors-man whether it's hiking, canoeing, kayaking, or what not. I love discussing philosophy, politics, and the universe. I love debating even more, I have a tendency to argue with conservatives and the religious, a hobby also known as banging your head against a wall. I'm very sarcastic which sometimes makes people think I'm an *hole, but man I just got jokes. I love kids, and my niece and cousins are an important part of my life. Also I play lacrosse for my university in my free time. Then with whatever time I have left I really like to write. I've only done short stories but maybe I'll work up to a novel one day.
Get to know me, I'm pretty interesting.
**Fairly recently my life has changed course. I'm Majoring in Environment Science & Policy while minoring in Geology as well as Economics. I no longer am content with knowing how fucked up the world is and not doing anything about it. Most of my time is now spent doing research on Plato's Republic. I find it a good outlet to voice my ideas as both me and Plato see a potential for the world that just frustrates the life out of us until its realized. The papers I write relate the Republic to Sustainable Development and Community Culture Dynamics. Currently I have a policy proposal submitted to Tallahassee awaiting Gov. Scott's approval that could cause some real change, and I'm beyond excited about it. This is part of a larger humanist undertaking by a group that I'm a part of. Overall, to be honest, if you're not passionate about this great experiment called civilization and don't care about all the injustices that happen everyday we're not meant for each other.