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My Biography Jonathan Hammond English11 11/8/00 One afternoon on October 3 1984 I was born to purify the world and rid it of evil"¦wait wrong story"¦ I was infact born October 3 1984 but not to rid the world of evil but to add a little to it. When I was born my father was out to see on West pack (6 months out the year the subs travel the seas) which I thought was kind of bummer but you cant always get what you want. My father and I didn't really have a strong relationship like the whole son and father throwing the baseball not because, he was at sea all the time but lets face it he sucked bad at sports. We moved from Hampton, Virginia to Honolulu, Hawaii because my father was transferred. We stayed there for about 6 months till my mother (Lori Hammond) and my father (Jonathan J Hammond SR) got into frequent arguments and found themselves growing apart. Which a lot of couples did during that era so I can understand because they were very different people. After the divorce went through my Mother met my step dad Jeff Hall (from the Marines) and soon became interested with each other. My little brother Nicholas Hammond was born and we decided to move back to Maine where Jeff was from which all in all Sucked"¦ Heather was right too much grass is scary but the Andover school was a great school. I began to attend it in my Kindergarten grade where I enjoyed many mind stretching activities such as finger paintings and Center Time. We then got sick of living in poverty and Jeff was offered a job at Vulcraft in Palestine Texas where I began to attend an all Black school with Mexicans that didn't like white people (think of the time I had there). This where I learned how to sprint everyday I got off the bus and it never failed to...

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