About me.

My political compass: ctrlv.in/103516

I live in London, as is indicated to the left. I speak French and English and am learning Italian and Latin. The latter not as a live language, obviously.
I was born on the 12th of December and am of French, American, English, Irish and Scottish descent.
I plan on getting a PhD in either Physics or Maths. Perhaps both. I am an agnostic atheist (for me, this means that I live my life with the assumption that there is no god, all the while admitting that it is not 100% impossible - in other words, I am just just as likely to believe in god as I am to believe that a zebra comes into my house at night and watches me sleep while playing the trombone). If you want to talk about anything, feel free to message me smile smilie.

If my political compass didn't tip you off, here are my political views:

  • I am pro-choice.
  • I am not homophobic and I do not believe homophobia is a valid opinion because hatred is not an opinion.
  • The capitalist system is not a fair economic system.
  • Everybody should be able to do and think whatever they want as long as it doesn't infringe on any person or animal's rights.
  • Democracy is a dictatorship of the majority, and thereby unfair to the minority.
  • I therefore think that everybody should be exactly equal in every way.
  • School and healthcare should be free.
  • The rich should pay a lot more taxes and stricter regulations should be made to ensure they don't evade said taxes.
  • I am a pacifist.
  • I am against the death penalty.
  • I think criminals should be helped (psychologically or financially), not punished.

My hobbies:
-I draw and I'd like to think I'm quite good at it

  • I read all books, although my favourite genres are Science-Fiction and Adult Fantasy (not the same as Teen or Children's fantasy)
  • I'm writing a novel and hope to have finished it soon
  • I can solve the Rubik's cube in 34 seconds
  • I swim four times a week (5 and a half hours in total)

My favourites:
BOOKS: - The Name of the Wind and The Wise Man's Fear by Patrick Rothfuss are amazing. The magical concepts are astoundingly thought out, and the main plot is gripping.

  • All of Robin Hobb's books are good
    SERIES: - Doctor Who. I am a Whovian through and through.
  • I do watch The Big Bang Theory although I do not consider it to be an intellectual series
  • Bref is very funny (It's French though... wink smilie )

Thank you for taking the time to read that. I hope you have a nice day smile smilie.