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“I Am Autobiography” My family is tiny. Besides Chris and Tim, my two brothers, Danny and Brendon, my cousins, are the only others that can carry-on the family name. Danny—by the way—just had a book published: The Stone Child. You should check it out! My dad also wrote a manuscript called A Confluence of Interest, which is a study of the JFK assassination. I guess the desire to write runs in the family. Speaking of family, we’re all from Massachusetts originally, so occasionally you catch my accent. No, I don’t have much worldly experience. I’ve never really left Connecticut once I moved here in forth grade, but I do think I’m well versed with other activities. Music, for me, is a buffet—I like a little bit of everything. I enjoy the story telling lyrics of Harry Chapin and Bob Dylan, but I also enjoy the mixed genres like Clutch and Tool. I’m not a big TV person, but I do like LOST, House, and The Biggest Loser. In my spare time—if I have any—you’ll find me reading a book or watching a movie. You’d probably think I’m a nerd because of that last statement and because of my job, but I also enjoy white water kayaking and other outdoor activities like camping and hiking. At this point in my life I don’t think there’s a perfect age. I try, as much as possible, to live in the moment so that each age will be as perfect as the last. In that regard, I have many accomplishments: graduating recently from the Graduate of Liberal Studies program from Wesleyan and surviving an almost fatal accident are top of the list. Looking back, it’s also nice to remember that I was captain of the baseball team, prom king, and graduated magna cum laude from CCSU. I think that I’d define myself as honest, caring, and hard working. What do you think? About this class: it’s good as it is. The teacher is awesome! That’s it. Who am I?
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