I'm Justin Credible Leigh (soon legally) AKA credmau5 in cyberspace.
I live in Vancouver BC and don't plan on moving anywhere else unless your mom kicks me out. Babes with ink and attitude turn my crank so I founded WHAM BAM BABES. Go like us on Facebook. Unless you're a prude.
I work in the wireless industry and I drive a big ass van that pisses fuel on the street to mark its territory. That means David Suzuki and you eco-cult treehuggers can just screw off because I don't subscribe to the Church of Gorebull Warming. I love CO2 and so should you.
I'd consider myself an individualist, a free thinker, and neither really left or right politically. I agree with many liberal viewpoints but also with many conservative ones. For example, I am very pro-choice and not religious in any way, but I strongly believe in the right to bear arms and can't stand smug environmentalists shoving their ideologies down my throat. Human beings are natural too, and if we weren't meant to turn trees into houses and extract oil for energy, we wouldn't have opposable thumbs and brains. Big government and socialist ideals are the worst possible ideas humans have ever conceived. So call me a progressive, a libertarian, or label me as center-right if it makes you feel better.
In summary, you hippies can keep your liberal nonsense to yourselves, get a job and stop expecting society to pay for your shit. And keep your electric hipstermobiles out of my way on the highway, you know, those vehicles full of toxic batteries that require electricity from coal power plants to recharge. Conversely, you bible-thumpers and pro-lifers who also can't accept that multiculturalism is a good thing can move to Texas. Yeah, that'd be great thanks.
That's enough, you know more than you should already. If you must stalk, add my personal FB.
Or perhaps you don't want to get that close and would rather gawk at my incredibly incredible random posts all over the WWW. In that case, follow everything I do under the credmau5 handle linked below.
The net is incredible, sharing is caring. And sometimes I get deep. Which, yes, is in fact what she said.
"You may believe that you are responsible for what you do, but not for what you think. The truth is that you are responsible for what you think, because it is only at this level that you can exercise choice. What you DO comes from what you THINK."