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Country Boy Stereotypes Redefined

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Brennen

Worcester, MA
United States
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The good deed that I did that was the most memorable to me was when I volunteered at St. Francis home in Worcester MA. This was part of my 8th grade year at St. Stephens School. During the time I was up there I became very good friends with this old man named Franky. He use to tell me stories of when he was in the war and from his lifetime. He would ask when I was coming back and he would try to call the school. On the last day there. I asked him if he would come to my graduation. The smile on his face said it all. I miss Franky!

Ray

MS
United States
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I proudly supported my country by serving in the U S Military (4 tours in Iraq). As a former Eagle Scout and still try to be trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean, and reverent. I helped to bring a wonderful little boy into this world, and I try to do my best to make sure he feels loved and is brought up with good values.
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I feel a lot of time people view those of us with tattoos and piercings with fear and apprehension. To me, it is an art form and manner of self expression. Maybe if people got to know a little about those different from themselves, they would be more accepting of their packaging.

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