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LeutnantSchweinehund


About LeutnantSchweinehund

Not much to say about me, old chap. I fall within the layer of quite ordinary, gathered, perhaps, dare I say, educated folk.

I was born in Prague, I live in Prague, I study in Prague, and I intend to live out my days in Prague. I have considered living in the United States, but since I hold fairly untraditional beliefs, I don't think I'd be welcome. You see, I have this radical idea that we should treat each other with respect, to the point where we are unafraid to share unpleasant truths. I don't think we should sugar-coat our statements, and we should call out nonsense and ignorance wherever it may lurk. If there's a threat, we shouldn't shower ourselves in racial or religious guilt, as is so popular these days, but we should face that threat as a unified nation.

So that's a sample of my philosophy and set of beliefs.

I am currently studying mechanical engineering. I intend to work for CERN or NASA one day, although both seem far-fetched with my rather average intellect (my IQ has been measured to stand around 125).

I'm a horrible hypochondriac. Whenever there's a bump, I freak out. Whenever I get dizzy from bad sleep, I freak out (I've been quite light-headed lately due to a lot of academic pressure, or so I'd like to believe). I've learned to live with it, I suppose. Still a really unpleasant thing to experience.

Honestly, there isn't much to say about me. As you can see, I'm a politically active person of fairly average intellect. I write for fun, whenever it's fun. I work with random bursts of inspiration more than anything, so that's why I very rarely post much.

Note: I really despise incomprehensible poetry. Poetry that doesn't have a rhythm is ever worse. That's just my opinion, of course, but I'm pretty sure that nobody likes a pseudo-intellectual, ridged poem that doesn't flow.


Interests

- Writing - Tinkering - Mathematics (to a certain extent) - Physics - Video games - Computers in general - Computer maintenance - Technology - Limited philosophy - Chess (although I am awful at it) - Acting

Occupation

Student of mechanical engineering in Prague.


“Rise like Lions after slumber In unvanquishable number. Shake your chains to earth like dew Which in sleep had fallen on you— Ye are many—they are few.”
— Mary Shelly