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10 Facts About Me

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Dylan Gallagher

on 15 September 2013

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Transcript of 10 Facts About Me

Who I Am
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I love music. All types of music. Whether it be rock, hip-hop, jazz, country etc. My favorite genre is electronic music specifically breakbeat and trap styled music. I hope to one day become a professional Dj and play live shows from city to city providing people with good vibes and phat beats. My ultimate goal is to open my own radio station for solely electronic music.

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I have a twin sister named Destiny. Our whole lives we have been the exact opposite person but with striking similarities. Sometimes I love her to death and she is my best friend, but other times i just want to strangle her. Although I am only exactly a minute older than her I still consider her to be my little sister.
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My mother died when I was eleven. Which is why I moved from Brooklyn to Catskill. Although this was and still is the hardest thing I’ve ever had to deal with in my life, I feel like its made me who I am. The death of my mother robbed me of my childhood, and forced me to grow up. But, fortunately the trauma and pain I went through that experience have turned me into a more mature person who now realizes that life isn’t always fair and enjoyable.
I have lived in Brooklyn, Catskill, and Buffalo New York. I was actually born in Buffalo (2/25/96) but then moved to Brooklyn when I was two years old and spent nine years there. When I was eleven I moved to Catskill New York and lived there with my aunt for a year. From ages twelve to seventeen I have lived in Buffalo again.
I love to think. Thinking about life is my favorite. Why are we here? What is our purpose? It is all so interesting and I am constantly amazed and in awe at life and how far humans have come. To me, the purpose of life is to fully experience everything life has to offer, and to create your own purpose and reason based on those experiences.
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I love to read. Now, I have to be honest, I did not read at all over during the summer.But I want to start reading more frequently again this year. My sixth grade year of school I read close to seventy-five books. The number has slowly dwindled over the years. I don’t really have a favorite genre but i do prefer dystopian-type books.

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I am cynical, sarcastic, witty, intelligent, humorous, and extremely honest.
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I love myself. I try not to be conceited, but I am very proud of who I am, what I do, and the person I am becoming. With that being said, I am a third German, Irish, and some sort of African descent. I love my hair and I do not wish to cut it ever again in my life until I absolutely have to. I have stretched ears and I adore them, they are ¾ of an inch.
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It may seem as though I have many friends, but I do not consider them all actual friends. Though I do try to associate with everybody, and I am very outgoing. But to me, there is a limited number of people who you can actually trust, and everybody else is just there. Not that I’m saying everyone else is terrible, but there are very few people who you can actually call your friends. I have five. Will, Danielle, Chad, Vernon, and Natalie.
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I love to learn. My biggest “beef” with life is that of all there is to know in this world, what I will learn isn’t even a small fraction of what is available. It really does kill me inside. Just the thought that no matter how much I devote my life to just learning as much as I can about everything that is, was, and will be, tears me up inside. And though I possess this burning desire to acquire all this knowledge, deep within me I do realize and accept the fact that I will never know as much as I want to.
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