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All about me.
Transcript of All about me.
By: Tristan Williams I was born on the 29th of February in 1996.
This day happens to be leap day.
Leap day is, February 29, also known as a leap day in the Gregorian calendar, is a date that occurs in most years that are evenly divisible by 4, such as 2004, 2008, 2012 and 2016. Years that are evenly divisible by 100, but not by 400, do not contain a leap day; thus 1900 did not contain a leap day while 2000 did. Leap Day was introduced more than 2,000 years ago to keep the calendar year synchronized with the seasons. The Earth turns roughly 365-and-a-quarter times on its axis by the time it has completed a full year’s orbit around the sun. That means periodically the calendar has to catch up. A Leap Year contains one extra day — February 29 — for a total of 366 days. 1468 – Pope Paul III (d. 1549)
1916 – Dinah Shore, American singer and actress (d. 1994)
1920 – Fyodor Abramov, Russian novelist (d. 1983)
1956 – Aileen Wuornos, American serial killer (d. 2002)
1960 – Tony Robbins, American motivational speaker
1964 – Lyndon Byers, Canadian hockey player and Boston radio personality
1972 – Antonio Sabàto, Jr., actor best-known for work on General Hospital
1976 – Ja Rule, U.S. rapper
1984 – Cam Ward, goalie with Carolina Hurricanes
1984 – Mark Foster, of Foster the People Some people born on leap day. Leap day!!!!!!!! Early Life. At an early age i started getting into stuff like computers. My mom would always tell me i was doing something on the computer. This was when i was around 6. Also when I was six years old I started playing baseball and made it to a program called All -Stars my first year. I don't remember much from my childhood
actually I wish I knew more about my childhood. I can't
really remember anything significant or important besides
starting baseball. My mom has told me somethings from my childhood
like I would always get into things or I would pull stuff out
and play with it or fall off of bunk beds apparently. I have a few baby pictures but not many here are a few of them. Picures
ten facts about you
future plans. Hobbies. Well i played baseball for 8 years until i was 14.
I am on the Bogalusa JROTC Drill Team.
At home i'll either watch tv, lay in bed, clean up the house, or play on my xbox.
When I get bored I usually relax or try to go and hang out with some friends. I don't do many hobbies for fun i'm more
of a chilled layed back person. I mostly just relax around the house or go chill with friends. I'll usually go swimming with friends or if we
don't want to go swimming then we will go ride aroud town. With New Tech here I think I've been
able to apply myself more and do my
work more effectively and do it better. Around 4th grade I didn't have that
many friends and didn't really talk to no one.
Around 6th grade i can say I started coming out of my
shell more and by 8th grade I knew a lot of people and had
many different friends i could hang out with. I like
to be active
get out of the house
Many different planes
JROTC I dislike
How some people think the military is bad.
When your driving and people are right behind you on your bumper.
When people start stuff thats unnecessary.
And Rumors. I have one brother who is 5 years old. If I had to pick one person that has made the biggest impact on
my life it would have to be my aunt Michelle.
When I was 8 something happened to where i was about to be taken
away from my parents and put into a different home but she
stepped in and got my papers so I would stay around my family. I stayed
with her until i could go and live with my mom about 6 monthes later.