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It was the 9th month of the year 2001 I was just a playful child indulging in all the beauties and mysteries of the world Still exploring not yet familiarized or seasoned to most of the wonders of this life I had just won my class election and I was to be inaugurated in one week Happiness was the only Emotion I could express Even though my teacher was giving me a hard time she was unable to affect the outcome Little did I know my amazing week was about to escalate to such a phenomenal tragedy it would be remembered for the rest of my years This happening was so unexpected so critical so serious so dangerous so defined so strategically placed that one would wonder if the great architect himself had sat down and drew it line by lineThe 6th grade is an unforgettable time in my childhood it had both positive and negative impacts on my life The electoral officer who was also my class teacher was very far from being a friend of mine and this made me a bit skeptical about running for 6th grade president After doing some research about this position I found out that the president would travel the island and have meetings at some of the most beautiful resorts Jamaica had to offer so I decided to run Winning this election was easy all you had to do was familiarize yourself with the entire 6th grade population which was just about 200 kids I played soccer ran track and I was friends with all the nerds and all the bullies persuading them to vote for me would be a piece of cake Leading up to the elections I was early for class every morning helpful to all and was always willing to stay back and help out with extra lessons I even swept the class room a couple times On the morning of September 15th
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