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Travis stood six feet and four inches tall He was lanky and pale As a child of the Appalachian Mountains in Pennsylvania he never got much sun or every worked out He was a loner no real friends just people who depended on him One time he was arrested for parking in the middle of an intersection while intoxicated He didnt receive any time but his dad gave him the beating of a lifetime When he graduated high school Travis started to pack for college At West Virginia University our story starts but where it ends no knows Upon arrival he quickly made friends new people tend to do that easily He thinks to himself Damn These girls are hot and abundant Just then a guy bumped him Sorry man Hey my name is Grant Im on the fourth Travis told him his name and offered to help since he lived on the fourth floor as well Soon the two of them were back down getting lunch The environment was different but Grant had no problem making acquaintances He was a tall well-built man with a good tan and a great attitude Travis and Grant grew into the best of friends that day This was good for Travis since he had trouble making friends That night they hit the town and they hit it hard Now for a small town in the middle of the mountains of West Virginia Morgantown offered a wide array of nightlife There were one hundred and twenty-seven bars or clubs in the fifty thousand person town thirty thousand were the students who attended the university If that was not enough there were thirty-two chapters of fraternities and sororities Every night of the week at least two of them were having a party Five dollars a cup for all the beer you could drink Some parties had fully stocked bars set up for the festivities There were also ice loges large
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