A Summary of Self - Welcome to my page of personal interests!

Hello, web-surfer, whoever you might be (most likely just the grader of this assignment, but whatever), welcome to my E 115 Homework 6 assignment webpage!

Anyway, a little about myself. I am, of course, Noah Allen, and I am a First-Year Engineering student at North Carolina State University. Eventually, I hope to transfer to enter the Mechanical Engineering program at NC State, though I am also considering Materials Science and Engineering. Honestly, I could be happy with either one, though, as more than anything, I enjoy making things work. In Mechanical Engineering, I'll be making functional machines. In Materials Science and Engineering, I'll be making functional materials. It's a win-win.

In fairness, I'm not sure I could pick one hobby. I'm a guitar player, though I still need to find a band to play with. I play video games, certainly a unique hobby... The Halo games are some of my favorites, but I also enjoy the MMOFPS game Planetside 2, which I highly recommend if your computer can handle it. One other hobby I have is LEGO building, though it's rather hard to make anything substantial during the school semester.

My #1 favorite website:

Brickset Logo

Click here to see my resume.

How to make the "Surprise" Breakfast Sandwich:

  1. Toast 2 Eggo Chocolate Chip waffles on medium, being careful not to burn them.
  2. Cook 3 link sausages (preferably Jimmy Dean), either in skillet (until done) or in microwave (approximately 50 seconds on normal power)
  3. When waffles are done, remove from toaster and place sausages between them.
  4. Top generously with whipped cream and caramel or chocolate sauce

Consult with your doctor about possible negative side effects including but not limited to heart attack and death. The creator of this sandwich bears no responsibility for side effects incurred to consumption. Eat at your own risk.

Class Projected grade (letter)
EC 201 B+
E 115 S (Satisfactory)
MA 111 A
CH 101 B
CH 102 A
ENG 101 B
E 101 A

Stepping On LEGO

This image is more true than you might think. Even worse is when you cut yourself by mistake trying to pry them apart... Fortunately, we have dedicated Brick Separators, now.

LEGO Brick Separator