Is wearing a hoodie some universal sign of being a hacker nowadays? It's this weird stereotype for males. I mean, Hadi bought his hoodie because he really loves watermelon and wanted to look like one but is it just a mere coincidence that he's kind of a budding hacker? I think people just have this need to present themselves a certain way so they can efficiently represent who they are to others. But they can't convey the connections others have to their chosen mixture of styles because that's at least a little different for everyone. Even if Hadi was trying to look like a watermelon and nothing more, is that how people will see him? Or will they need to learn more about who he is first?
Hadi is a hacker who can subdue any system of technology. Hadi's technical expertise is about as extensive as you can get. He is very intelligent (and knows it). He is very astute and capable and has a ton of nerdy hobbies.
Hadi is partial to getting other people's opinions before forming his own, enjoys discovering the latest sci-fi movies, and prefers taking a stroll in the park with a background soundtrack of classical music sometimes. He has an aversion to watching war movies, having anything to do with action movies, and reading autobiographical material. Dining on mangosteens, consuming episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation, and highlighting memorable excerpts from Power Electronics: Rashid are all things Hadi likes to do as a part of his daily routine.
Even with psychology and interests, do we really know Hadi? I like to question these things now and again because what if I really don't know everything? Obviously there are always new things to learn and there isn't really an end to each. There are just benchmarks and I'm very keen on reaching mine. To do this, I have to question things. Even simple things like a watermelon hoodie.