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He wakes up every morning in hopes of reaching work without having any obstacles on the way Ifconflicts arise he solves them On his way to work he can sense peoples impending tragedies andhe takes his time out to help them with their situation When he finally reaches work not only doeshe get more work done than any other employee but he gets them done more efficiently at a fractionof the time Not only is he fast he is a genius for this man can read an epic in a few seconds and thencompose a coherent essay in a matter of minutes He takes the elevator to reach his office at work While standing in the elevator he can hearpeople talking floors away from where he stands Surprisingly enough no one else in the elevatorcan hear sounds outside of it If one of his co-workers talks behind his back by whispering while hestands hundreds of feet away he surprises them by coming up to them and proving them wrongHow he is able to hear the workers while he minds his business at a distance far away alwaysremains a wonder to those who hold negative opinions about him Some of them think he holdsphysic powers but he doesnt have any of those Yet with all his abilities he proves to be failure at the simplest tasks While at work hestruggles to open a can of peanuts Whenever he aims and shoots a crumbled newspaper to thetrash can he misses each time When he picks up a box he makes it seem like its heavier than it isHe goes to the extreme by wearing eyeglasses when he has perfect vision in the least All of theseincapabilities however dont show when hes alone He pretends he is clumsy weak and farsightedNever has he failed to follow morals set by society Those that raised him taught him rightfrom wrong well He calls them his parents but he never finds
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