I'm Linus Erbach, and I've really enjoyed working on this project. I'm originally from Boston, but I moved to Urbana when I was 3. And pretty much ever since that age, I've been really interested in music and cars. I really love music- i couldn't do without it. Music motivates me so much, and it helps me get stuff done. I listen to a lot of music, so naturally, I know a fair bit about music. Also, I am really into cars. If cars didn't exist, I think I would be depressed for life. I've taken a huge interest in how they work, and their design, and the automotive market, and my dream job is working in the design industry with cars. I'm also an anglophile. I spent a good bit of time living in England, and I was practically changed into a different person.
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