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Dustin D.

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                                                       Dustin wants a Dodge Viper
    Back on November 21st, 1984 George and DeAnn brought a wonderful boy into the world named Dustin.  Dustin has an older brother named Josh and a younger sister named Hannah.  Dustin also has a cat named Tippy.
    Dustin has been a busy fella while in high school by participating in football(4 years), bowling(4 years), track(4 years), wrestling(4 years), and baseball(4 years).  He has also been included in the Luther League at his church.  As a senior he is taking calculus, grammar, physics, sociology, government, architectural CAD, and psychology.
    Dustin has many favorites.  His favorite color is hot pink.  (Now that is different, but cool!)  He has two favorite foods which include pizza (I think everyone likes that.) and cheeseballs.  Well his favorite subject is a different story.  Can you guess what it is?  Lunch!  (Wow!  Now that’s one I haven’t heard before.)  His favorite movie is How High and song is "Iris".  His favorite T.V. show is Boston Public and a Dodge Viper as his dream car. (Hey he can dream can’t he?) 
    If Dustin could change anything about school it would be to allow anyone to leave for lunch and to make it longer.  Also open campus all year around.  If Dustin could be any kind of food he would want to be a box of chocolates because you never know what you’re going to get.  If Dustin could take two of his friends with him anywhere who would he take and where would he go?  Dustin replied by saying he would take his brother and sister to Australia. (How sweet!)
    Dustin plans on attending a four-year college and finding a job right out of college, then in ten years Dustin sees himself living in a different town with a great job.  The most memorable high school moment for Dustin was playing football for four years and making it to state bowling twice.
    The person Dustin admires the most is his father because no matter how tough things got he would find a way for us to get by.
    Some words of advice from Dustin to the younger classmen are “just remember that the ball doesn’t usually bounce the way you want to.”  Thanks a lot Dustin and good luck in everything you do.