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the 909In a house not so far away or not unlike to one you probably live in was a boy around th age of 10 you could call him smart be he was you average boy not to fast not to strong. Why would any one read a story about an ordinary boy? Because this boy inparticular saved exacty 100 people. And trust me they are important people even if you don't know it. Enough With this talk we must head to our story about our 10 year old boy.
Our boy's name is Theo. His story starts out at baker elementery in science, theo was doing an experiment to see if you can teach fish tricks. Each student had a gold fish a straw fish food and a tiny soccer ball. Theo was feeding food through the straw in the direction of the ball. Eventually the gold fish would have hit the ball if the intercom haddn't of gone off "theo shue please come to the office emediatly." Theo heart was pounding in his chest what could the principle want with him?
PEMDASEver heard of My Dear Aunt Sally? Probally she's actually multiplication division, addition, subtraction. She's also my aunt. Aunt Sally was a math wiz give her a tough problem she could give you an answer in 3 seconds flat. She may be a math wiz but she doesn't get people.For my seventh birthday she gave me a times table, for my eighth she gave me a book on division, 9th she gave me a addition cook book, so this year I had expected something to do with subtration. I didn't get a subtration present, she gave me a metal sea shell.
"Aunt Sally? What's this for?" I asked as I unwrapped it.
"it's a Sea Shell what else could it be?" Sally said
"oh well what's it got to do with subtration?" I blurted out
LennonSerenity through the storm
never willling to conform
fight the world tooth and nail
defeat not an option
you couldn't fail
your not a curse
I'd follow you across the universe
Bright as the sun
Happiness is a warm gun
without a que
Lennon I love you
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