When he first arrived they were told on a training day that oil companies were ‘cleaning the earth of the dirty oil’ by extracting it. He was hired as a vehicle cleaner making the double cleaning analogy funny to him.
His father has been a trucker all his life and wanted his son to go to university. He went and dropped out in his third year of forensics, as he did not want to dissect dead children. Bachelor life was too expensive in downtown Toronto and he decided to save for travel in the camps. Young Albertans were introducing him to country music and they are taken aback by his atheism. He is very interested Japanese samurai legends’ and his body-suit tattoo is about the unrequited love between a geisha and a samurai. His tatoo artist now lives in New Zealand and each new advance needs to be done there.