I’m Peter Freymueller, and I’m born and raised in Fairbanks Alaska. I am majoring in Accounting and Finance and am in my second year here at UAF. Although I was born and raised here I’ve spent a considerable amount of time traveling the world. I’ve spent upwards of a few months in both Europe and New Zealand. I have also been to Korea, China, Japan, Australia, Mexico, and plenty of places around the United States. I’m pretty quiet but if you get to know me, you’ll figure out that looks aren’t always so deceiving. I’m not sure if that’s accurate or even what that means, to be honest, but I feel like it sounds pretty relevant to the situation. I’m looking forward to having a really fun semester with the class!
5 Comments for “Peter Freymueller Introduction”
Awesome to hear you were born here as well, another Fairbanks man to converse with. That’s rather nifty with the whole eyebrow, sure is an interesting thing about you! I wish I could do something like that with my eyebrow, or just anything like that in general. I fancy that sloth poster in your background, really adds to the atmosphere of that bland looking dorm room. I like the calendar too, pretty cute lab on there, wonder what the February pupper looks like! Oh and F.W.I. sir, I do not believe a CrockpotÂ® is allowed in the dorms, but don’t let me run your life. Also my laundry basket is almost full if you could throw that in with yours tonight? Thanks roomie! Hope this semester is a good one!
Great introduction. I had to laugh after seeing both you and Ryan recording at the same time. I’ll make sure I don’t assign you both as partners so you’ll at least have to virtually venture out of the comfort of your dorm room. Speaking of dorm rooms, I’ll have to let my good friend (Jamie – the Director of Residence Life) know about that crockpot. This is ethics class and it would be my obligation. Ha!
Look forward to having you class and your comments on our content.
As it would be your obligation to point out to residence life the crock pot, it would be futile because it might not be the only crock pot in the room.
I discourage you from making such a rash decision as to split my roommate and I up as we go together better than peas and carrots.
P.S. Peter, hide the Komodo dragon.
This is possibly what they call professor pressure. Maybe one of you would make the right ethical choice and turn the other in! I think they give our rewards for that sort of thing. I really look forward to your responses to our whistle blowing chapter.
Until then, Big brother is reporting some suspicious activity in Bartlett, but you really should use the crock pot for something other than just peas and carrots (or a resting place for your Komodo dragon). I prefer taco soup or 5-Alarm Texas Chili.