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I guess this box is for explaining a bit about myself?? Here's the best I can do...I've been a vegetarian for 7 years and became vegan about a year ago. I was born in Acapulco, Mexico from a Mexican dad and a Canadian mom, so I am a true Mexi-Can :P
I was born and raised in Mexico, studied International Relations and History but then decided that I wanted to work with children so I studied ECE and then specialized so i could work with children with ASD. I moved to Quebec city in 2007, lived there for a year and a half and then moved to beautiful, full of life Montreal, where I spent the last 5 years and...an opportunity arose and came to the Fort mcMurray in Alberta, Western Canada. I've been here for about 5 months and it's been really difficult finding like-minded people, in terms of vegetarianism/veganism..this is, after all, cattle-country :-/
I became vegetarian, then vegan because I believe that we all deserve the right to live free, regardless of species, races, color, or creed. There really isn't much more to say than that!
So I found this site on the Vegan Humor page on Facebook and I have to say I'm very thankful to have found the lot of yo vege-comrades! Anyway, I hope to make some new friends and who knows? We might actually meet in person one day! Also, I speak English, French, and Spanish so let's avoir une conversacion loca in three langues!!
I love Tom Waits, NIN, Tool, Alain Bashung, Loco Locass, Enrique Bunbury, Cypress Hill, Daft Punk, etc. My favourite movies seem to include at least one of these elements: Jim Jarmusch, Bill Murray, Tom Waits :) I am a sucker for Sci-Fi too...i adore Star Trek: TNG, Firefly, Futurama, most spacey things really and of course, I thouroughly enjoy watching and re-watching Cosmos, both versions...although I do like Carl Sagan's one better than NDT's. My favourite book ever is The Brothers Karamazov...hands down! but I also enjoyed very much To kill a mockingbird, The doors of perception, 1984, Beyond Good and Evil, and all of Dorothy Parker's poetry. so there you go!
Live long and prosper!!
thanks for reading :)