Welcome to Antuwon's Page!

I am Antuwon Butler and my major is Electrical Engineering with an expected graduation in Dec 2018. I chose this major because I was always more intrested in math and science coming up as a kid and engineering seemed cool because of the products they created. After high school, I joined the Air Force and worked as an aircraft mechanic at a unit that constantly had new projects on their airframe. Because of those projects, I was able to meet some engineers as they helped us implement the modifications or troubleshoot issues because of the modifications. Most of the modifications involved new electronics which were capable of doing some amazing things, but alot of mysterious electrical issues would arise causing hours of troubleshooting. The electricians were usually the ones working on the affected systems with the engineers, but since I did not know much about how their systems worked exactly or how they solved the issue, I was intrigued to find out how it worked or how they fixed the issue. Learning about the electrical systems and the electronics on the aircraft was a leading factor in my decision on what area I wanted to work in after the military.

One of my favorite hobbies is riding my motorcycle. The current motorcycle I own is a 2007 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R and I have owned it for five years. What I like about riding my motorcycle is the speed and the feeling of openness. When I am out riding, I am in my own world and the only thing I am thinking about is riding and how I can become better. Sometime in the near future, I want to learn how to ride on a road course so I am able to get the full experience of riding a supersport motorcycle.

I like both cats and dogs. I like dogs more than cats because dogs seem to care about your feelings more than cats. Cats seem to only care about themselves and once they get the attention they want they go away. My girlfriend's cat was the exception. Sometimes it would seem like the cat would be talking back to me when I would talk to him or play with him. That was the one cool cat I knew.

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Moto GP Rider

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Simple steps on how to make a pepperoni pizza
  1. Preheat oven to 425 degrees F
  2. Knead dough, on floured surface, until smooth
  3. Spread sauce over dough, sprinkle cheese, and place pepperoni on top
  4. Bake for 18 to 20 minutes until crust is brown
Name Major
Devon Mechanical Engineering
Omar Computer Science

Below is a picture of my motorcycle.
My Motorcycle