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  • I have two cousins, James and Oscar. I’ve known them all my life, we are practically brothers. We are all seventeen, we were all born in the same year. James May ’94, Oscar June ’94, and me July ’94. We live within minutes walking distance of each other and have basically done every thing together since we were babies. This year we will be graduating together. After that its hard to tell what’s next, we’ll most likely go our separate ways.

    We grew up playing football and kickball on field full of broken glass, bike parts and old cars. We also used to play in an old abandoned house. We climbed on the roof, crawled underneath were the dogs lived, we did whatever. Not much has changed, except for the fact that we are about to graduate high school, other than that we pretty much still play football and kickball with our younger cousins. Yeah, we’re still the same kids just a little older and I hope a little wiser.
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