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There are certain people in this world that just seem to have thatit factor those people tend to draw attention to themselves withfascinating stories superb personality traits and unique qualities that noother person seems to have These types of people are the ones that catchthe eye these types of people are like Mr Thomas Grammar Law Thomas Lawis a man of many components he has lived a short 72 years rich ofadventure and prosperity Mr Law and I formally met on my first day ofhigh school in my English one honors course it was that day that I knew hewas going to be the most captivating instructor I would ever have Mr Lawmanaged to woo his students with his incredible teaching techniques he hada creative mixture of humor and sternness which somehow inspired all hisstudents to hunger for the material and thirst for a good grade Thomas Lawencompasses a mystery factor one that aspires me to discover the unknownabout him Mr Law was chosen for my interview for reasons that I couldramble on about for eternity Discussing the astonishing life of Thomas Law over some coffee seemedadequate so our setting of the interview took place at Starbucks CoffeeCo I began to apathetically question Mr Law beginning with questions suchas where were you born Do you have any siblings What is your birth orderMr Laws response concluded that he was born and raised in MelbourneFlorida he only has one younger brother and his name is Scott I proceededto ask more questions that related to his childhood I asked him about thehappiest times in his childhood as well as the saddest how animals playeda role in his life as a child and his favorite toys as a young boy Thomassaid that the happiest time that he could remember from his childhood waswhen he got to go to school Everyday he said he would wake up bright
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