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Standing in the middle of the happiest place on earth surrounded by cheerful Cast members and mesmerized tourists I was miserable Forcing the famous Disney smile I pointed a Brazilian tour guide in the right direction watching her attempt to herd twenty-five teenagers toward the African Village Someone as miserable as me I thought to myself as I watch one of the boys grab her rear My partner at the Tree of Life entrance was trying to explain to a family of four that the Terminator 3d movie was not a Disney attraction They had given him his 20-year service award this morning He was 40 now still working as an attractions host No foray into management maxed out at a 12 per hour job life had defeated him He hated his lack of success his failure to achieve even the smallest amount of success in the company He was the cause of my misery I saw myself in 20 years working the same dead end job never realizing the thrill of accomplishment A human being completely crushed by the weight of life and circumstance I was too good to let this happen to me It was time to make a change I needed to change my poor attitude toward school so I could avoid the same path in life as my Tree Of Life partner I started accelerated classes at the age of 6 The start of first grade had me spending a few hours a day Monday Wednesday and Friday in a special classroom learning about Mythology Science and the Arts With a relaxed atmosphere and no formalized lesson plan we were free to talk learn and discuss It was an open forum of learning and provided me with a sanctuary from the tedium of regular classes and the terror of my first grade teacher I will never forget Miss Sutherith Her name still causes my stomach to cringe in
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