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Born at a young age, I grew up in a world where life had its ups and downs, which isn't a bad thing considering my father was a roller coaster mechanic. I came to hubpages because I heard that there was gold in them thar hills. But all I've found so far is a dribble of copper in my adsense account. Not to fear, I am tenacious when it comes to learning new things, always throwing myself into the deep end. Which would explain why as a child I almost drowned several times and couldn't be trusted unsupervised near pools or large bodies of water.

The only other things I can think of that can describe me is I never let my morals get in the way of doing what's right.

But enough about me, tell me about you.

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