My name is Julian Modiano, born in 1993 in Rome, Italy; but I moved from Rome to Chile when I was three. After Chile, I moved to South Africa, then Rome, and then Argentina. After finishing high school in Buenos Aires, I moved to Exeter, and got my bachelor’s degree in Economics and International Relations and my master’s in International Management from the University of Exeter. While I doubt anyone will read anything I post here, let alone agree with me, this blog serves as an incentive for me to write while I continue to cling to the ambitious hope that someday someone will stumble upon an article that forever changes the very fibre of their being – however unlikely this may be.
My three favorite essays I wrote are It’s Perfectly OK to Kill Cats, Double Standards, and Solving Our Own Problems. Check them out first if for some incomprehensible reason you happen to be more interested in my personal opinion than some particular issue.
Oh and I also run this much more popular website, check it out if you’re interested in vegan Italian food (or even just food in general, all of those recipes have been tried, tested, and loved by vegans and non-vegans, Italians and non-Italians alike)!
“Do you mean to tell me that you’re thinking seriously of building that way, when and if you are an architect?”
“My dear fellow, who will let you?”
“That’s not the point. The point is, who will stop me?”
– Ayn Rand, The Fountainhead