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In June of 2002 Paul a wealthy businessman and risk taker decided to go on a quest for the bottom of the world He informed the Brooklyn studio literary magazine team to accompany him on the trip that he was planning to set a record by navigating his way from the Antarctic coast to the South Pole within two months He asked them to come to witness and record the amazing events that occurred through the wonderful journey On his journey he was accompanied by three of his close friends Tim OConner Storm fisher and Warren Peace Also the literary team sent a photographer sally to take pictures as evidence of his accomplishments As planned on August 1 2002 Paul and his team of explorers set out for the most uninviting place on Earth They left from the southern tip of Australia in a cargo ship named XG The ship was full of supplies It had food clothes and other valuable supplies that would help these brave adventurers survive the trip They had enough supplies to last 6 months if needed Although it was summer the crew saw large glaciers sticking out of the ice cold water as they made their way to the bottom of the earth Eventually the ice got so thick the ship had to stop The team unloaded their cargo and began their walk to the South Pole Warren this isnt going to be an easy task to finish said Tim Hey its possible right Yea but its going to take a lot of hard work and I really dont think we have what it takes to finish it said Tim With that attitude you are not going to finish anything just sit down and stop whining Oh shut up warren Tim said with a fearful look on his face Another word out of your mouth and Ill definitely make sure that you dont finish this trip said warren Arguments were
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