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My reason was that I finished high school at sixteen. People think I’m joking when I say this, but I’ll tell you with a straight face: I thought that everyone took the same classes in college, that college was high school Part Two. And the stories that go with these people are hella fascinating to me. I doubt you’ll admit this, so I’ll say it: you’re a bad-ass writer. They were posting pictures, celebrating their hard work and how they’d never missed a day, and all I could think was: I’m sure that’s not what they wanted to do for fifty years. I’m thirty-five years old and I’m a nursing student.
In the foster care system, if they have a reason to emancipate you early, then they will. Anybody who’s been in the poker room for a significant amount of time knows that the game is about people. If I was young and white, every morning when I woke up I would run to the nearest mirror to confirm I was still white, and once I see the pale skin and red hair, I would turn on Pharrell’s “Happy” (Or Tag Team’s “Whoop there it is”..mothaf**kas LOVE that song) and throw a second line (parade, for y’all non New-Orleanians). Just as it would be for you to explain what it’s like to be a white man. There are advantages you’ll have as a white guy that I’m not gonna have. You’ve also written about the value in taking an unconventional career path. His grandparents had worked in the Domino Sugar Factory for fifty years. Gone are the days where we graduate and work for a company for thirty years and get a gold watch.
However, through the years the cast has gone their separate ways.
Then I went overseas from 2008-2013 as a contractor for the military. When I was overseas, I noticed that a lot of people didn’t have adequate health care.
After that, I chilled and ran a couple of businesses. It’ll probably take me five or six years to graduate. Which raises other questions about writing, and representing the past, and all that— But it’s so well-written!
Honorary pallbearers were close friends and Legion members.
Left to mourn his passing are his loving wife Jean, five children: two sons Clifford of Langdon, North Dakota, Ross of Edmonton, three daughters, Laverne of Sheyenne, North Dakota, Betty of Rocky Mountain House, Lynne of Red Deer, Alta., 15 grandchildren and several great grandchildren, two sisters, Mrs.