One day, I was really bored and I decided to learn how to do the 3 ball
cascade. I'm currently working on juggling 5 balls. My juggling resume
- 2 balls in one hand
- 3 ball cascade
- 3 ball half shower
- 3 ball juggler's tennis
- 3 ball reverse cascade
- 3 ball shower
- 3 ball chops
- 3 ball clawing
- 4 ball synchronous fountain
- 4 ball asynchronous fountain
Probably the only sport I'm reasonably good at is hockey, the kind where
you're on your feet and not on skates (eg. floor hockey, ball hockey). I'm
currently learning how to be a goalie in ice hockey with the Hockey
Night in Delmont gang. I also play on the CSD intramural minors team called
We tend to do well in the regular season but in the last two years we haven't
had much success getting by the first round of the playoffs.
The Vancouver Canucks are a rising powerhouse in the West.
Pittsburgh also has a hockey team called the Penguins. They are kinda bankrupt.
List of hockey links:
I love learning languages and I'll probably end up taking some language
courses during my stay at CMU. Ideally, I'd take up a new language every
year but I have a problem where I'll keep mixing up words from different
languages. I also need to refresh my memory on the languages that I have
learned. These are languages/dialects that I've taken or that I know:
These are languages on my to learn list.
Well, I'm Canadian, eh so I ended up taking this for about 7 years. I'm
forgetting more and more of it each day but I can still understand a fair bit
and speak a fair bit.
Learned this way back in Grade 9 in high school and forgot everything. Then,
in 2nd year university, I re-learned it. Now, I've forgotten everything again.
It's basically a language where you have to memorize everything. There
really isn't any practical use for Latin except for vocabulary tests (eg.
the GRE verbal) and making cool sounding slogans (eg. tuum est,
I'm currently taking intermediate Mandarin at CMU. I think I'm at a level
where if I am dropped in the middle of Beijing, I can probably understand what
people are saying.
I'm Cantonese originally and I can understand it but my pronunciation needs
some work. Unfortunately, now that I am learning Mandarin, I keep getting my
Mandarin and Cantonese words mixed up.
After eating Ramen noodles for the first few years, I got sick of 'em and
decided to experiment with all kinds of recipes. I also come from a family
that is obsessed with food so if I need any tips, there are lots of people
to help. Below are some websites that have good recipes.